FOR SALE: AMERICAN CRAWLER CRANE 7260 100 T
1978, very good condition, boom 180 ft, location Belgium.
For more info please contact Frank Jacobs:
+32 496 575008
14.09.2015 OFFICIAL START OF THE WORKS AT ANTWERP SCHELDT QUAYS
Antwerp stands at the threshold of the largest renovation ever of its Scheldt quays. Protecting Antwerp better against future floods is the central reason for reconstructing the Scheldt quays.
19.08.2015 MINISTER BEN WEYTS ACTIVATES TEMPORARY WEIR IN HARELBEKE
Since today the Leie flows trough a temporary weir in Harelbeke.
FOR SALE: AMERICAN CRAWLER CRANE 9260 130T
1981, very good condition, boom 140 ft, location Belgium.
For more information please contact Frank Jacobs:
15.06.2015 HERBOSCH-KIERE GOING FOR LOWER CO2 EMISSIONS
Climate change is the greatest environmental challenge facing the world today.
20.02.2015 NEW UNIQUE CRANE SHIP WITH 4.000 TON HOISTING CAPACITY FOR SCALDIS
The shareholders of the Antwerp-based specialist in marine heavy lift operations, Scaldis
10.02.2015 RENOVATION OF ZEMST LOCK CENTRE DOORS COMPLETED
WATERWEGEN EN ZEEKANAAL
12.01.2015 LEIE WORKS HARELBEKE: PREPARATORY WORK STARTED
WATERWEGEN EN ZEEKANAAL
20.12.2014 NEW PROPELLERS FOR ATLANTIS
In late October, the working ship Atlantis was in put into dry dock in Saint-Nazaire, France.
25.11.2014 HERBOSCH-KIERE WINS THE ‘FONDSKE 2014’ TRAINING AWARD
There are some 3800 construction companies in East Flanders, of which an average
'De Scheepvaart' awarded Herbosch-Kiere the contract to build a new harbour and renovate embankments in Wijnegem, Belgium. The following works were successfully executed:
The “Karehamn Offshore Windfarm” in Sweden is located in the Baltic Sea, some 6 km away from the coast. With its 16 Vestas V112 turbines, the farm produces a total of 48 MW, with each wind turbine being 79.6 m high and having a capacity of 3 MW.
Herbosch-Kiere was awarded, along with 2 additional partners, the contract to extend the Harbour of Ostend. These works were divided into three phases. Two dams were built in the sea using 800,000 tons of of stone.
Whilst unloading on the quay the Celandro ship capsized when water entered the ballast tank causing 3/4 of its load to fall out. The ship was laden with 450 pallets, each carrying 1000 kg of cement.
'De Scheepvaart' awarded Herbosch-Kiere the contract to demolish and build a new bridge above the Albert Canal in Grobbendonk, Belgium. The works included:
- Demolition of the existing bridge.