Search results for: Pronomar

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  • 15 January 2015
    Business & Finance

    EnBW has ordered another set of Pronomar’s suit dryers, after a successful cooperation with Pronomar in 2010 and 2013, when EnBW ordered drying systems for the Baltic 1 and 2 offshore wind farms. The wind energy developer has decided to order more drying equipment, this time for their service centre in Rostock. EnBW has ordered a […]

  • 23 October 2014
    Business & Finance, Vessels

    Pronomar has received a new order from the Dutch established company Heerema Marine Contractors. Heerema placed an order for Pronomar’s drying systems for its deepwater construction vessel, the ‘Thialf’. The ‘Thialf’ is equipped with the following two applications: • Multipurpose drying systems for work overalls • Electrically heated drying panels for boots, shoes or gloves The wall-mounted seawater […]

  • 10 September 2019

    Turkey’s Cemre Shipyard has contracted Pronomar to equip two service operation vessels (SOVs) ordered by Louis Dreyfus Armateurs for Ørsted with drying systems for the workwear of the technicians. The first of the two vessels, Wind of Change, has been using Pronomar’s equipment since June 2019 when it started servicing Ørsted’s offshore wind farms in the […]

  • 23 October 2014
    Technology, Vessels

    Glomar Offshore Wind Support B.V., a Dutch-based operator of service vessels for the offshore wind industry, has equipped its new vessel ‘Glomar Wave’ with Pronomar’s drying systems for work clothes.  The vessel offers highly efficient systems for drying work jackets and trousers, survival and diving suits, as well as for boots and gloves. The drying room […]

  • 24 September 2014
    Business & Finance

    Recently, Pronomar received three orders from Van Oord, a leading contractor for dredging, marine engineering and offshore energy projects (oil, gas, wind), headquartered in Rotterdam/NL and operating in more than 50 countries worldwide.  Among their many vessels is their new cable laying vessel NEXUS, which will be used to install the export cables for connecting […]

  • 24 December 2014

    Today we bring you top interviews Offshore WIND team made over the course of 2014. Alstom Taking Big Offshore Wind Steps  At the WindEnergy event held in Hamburg, Offshore WIND spoke to Markus Rieck, General Manager of ALSTOM Renewable Germany GmbH. The company proves its position as one of the biggest renewable energy players with […]

  • 3 October 2014
    Business & Finance

    Pronomar has received an order from A2SEA, a Danish specialist in providing offshore wind transport, installation and service solutions. A2SEA runs a fleet of specially designed vessels and equipment for their many offshore installations. One of them is the jack-up vessel Sea Challenger and it was for her that A2SEA ordered an efficient Pronomar multipurpose drying systems. […]

  • 23 September 2019

    Personal protective equipment, PPE, is used intensively in various industries to protect the wearer against dangers in the workplace. As a result, protective clothing, shoes, gloves, helmets and other types of PPE are exposed to dirty work environments. This can influence the protective function of PPE. Good maintenance is therefore essential to maintain its function. […]

  • 12 September 2014

    Exhibiting at SMM, Dutch specialist in the supply of innovative and efficient equipment, Pronomar, gave an insight into its business. Our reporter met Jaap Baars, Pronomar managing director, where they talked about the company’s products, market and future business plans. “We are focused on to the offshore and maritime industry, but we have noticed lately […]

  • 2 October 2017

    Europe is the leader of the growing market for the offshore wind energy. Most of the activities take place in the wet conditions of the North Sea. As the people work in varying temperatures and under dire weather conditions, it is most important that their personal protective equipment (PPE) is not only up-for-the-job and in accordance with all regulations, it should also raise the feeling of comfort for the user. While it is true that wet or sweat drenched PPE is not one of the main problems for offshore operators, many small issues can lead to bigger ones.