The first 100% recyclable heavy lift sling for the offshore and onshore construction market.
Hampidjan Offshore are proud to announce the launch of TERRA slings.
Reducing waste and repurposing materials is key in managing the industries impact upon the environment and creating a future proof sustainable business model.
Hampidjan Offshore has contracted Erik van der Woude, an experienced mechanical engineer, formerly at MechDesk and IHC in the Netherlands, to help with its expansion into the ever demanding market of hoisting and winch ropes.
Back in 1994, Hampidjan sold its first super-rope to the oil industry, replacing a steel wire on a seismic vessel operated by PGS (Petroleum Geo-Services).
Colligo Marine is a big believer in using Hampidjan’s Dyneema products in the recreational marine industry. For over ten years now we have been using Dyneema for standing rigging and, more recently, for torsional cables. We have developed a complete line of hardware designed specifically for Hampidjan’s Dynice Dux and Furl cables.
There is a constant demand for lightweight, cost-effective solutions in the offshore oil and gas sector, according to Davíd Waage, sales and marketing director at Hampidjan’s offshore and seismic division.
‘There’s a relentless pursuit of opportunities in deeper water and being able to mobilise sophisticated, lightweight equipment is crucial in deployment and recovery operations in the offshore oil and gas field.
In the spring of 1934, in the middle of the Great Depression, thirteen individuals gathered a small fortune to start up an industrial venture in Reykjavík, to manufacture fishing nets, ropes and fishing long lines for the local fishing fleet.
The founders named their new company HAMPIÐJAN.
We have made relentless product development the essence of our being. We do that so our customers know that if they are with Hampidjan, using advanced ropes and ultra high performance ropes
– they are using products that are at the cutting edge of known technology.