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News De Boer Staal and De Boer Snijbedrijf

Ship repairs

July 2018 - The stern of Fishing vessel Z39 Zuiderzee, which has Zeebrugge (Belgium) as its home port, has been damaged and it will be replaced by Padmos Shipyard from Stellendam.

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High standard beams

June 2018 - De Boer Snijbedrijf has cut approximately 28 tons of steel for the beams of an overhead crane for Bijlsma Hijs- en Heftechniek, one of the leading crane builders in the Netherlands.

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Cutting steel for coaming

April 2018 - De Boer Snijbedrijf received a commission from a French customer for 24 'coamings' in shipbuilding quality grade Grade A. Coaming is the name for a vertical surface around the gangway or upper deck of a ship that prevents waves from spilling over the deck and crew falling overboa

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Safety is of vital importance

April 2018 - At De Boer Staal and De Boer Snijbedrijf, safety is of paramount importance. A moment of inattention can be fatal. Safety is a relative concept, since nothing is without danger under all circumstances. Certainly not in an environment where machines and means of transport are bein

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Tailored work for bow thruster

March 2018 - Maneuvering a ship is quite a challenge, especially at low speed. That is why most ships are equipped with a bow thruster that is mounted in the bow of the ship.

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