Trelleborg’s marine and offshore operation has published an informative expert opinion piece, titled ‘A Balancing Act’, which is based on discussions with key individuals on the front line of port operations.
Trelleborg has, through its Industrial Solutions business area, acquired engineering group Signum Technology Ltd and its subsidiary companies Gall Thomson, KLAW LNG, KLAW Products, and Vee Bee Filtration.
Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation has announced that it is to collaborate with Danish water environment specialist, DHI, enabling marine consultants and port owners to more realistically simulate vessel movements in ports and increase port efficiency.
Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation have launched DynaMoor, a safety-focused dynamic mooring solution that actively maintains constant tension in mooring lines to dampen vessel movements, eliminating the effect that passing ships and long-period waves have on moored vessels.
In-line with its long-standing commitment to helping to ensure a more sustainable future, Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation is supporting The Ocean Cleanup and its bid to rid the world’s oceans of plastic.
Internationally renowned shipyard, Royal Van Lent, set out to upgrade its existing facilities at the Port of Amsterdam in order to enable the build of increasingly larger luxury super yachts of up to 160 meters in length.
Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation has supplied a specially designed Gina gasket (G110-80) to the floating dry dock which protects the renowned museum ship, Pommern.
Trelleborg’s marine and infrastructure operation supplied its SCK Cell Fenders as part of a project undertaken by the Singapore Cruise Centre to upgrade its infrastructure to accommodate the latest generation of cruise vessels.
Trelleborg’s marine systems operation will supply its rope-free automated mooring system, AutoMoor, to the Port of Langnas’ international cruise ferry and domestic ro-ro ferry berths.