Van der Velden Present at Europort Maritime

Friday, September 04, 2009
Photo courtesy Van der Velden

Van der Velden Marine Systems will exhibit at the Europort Maritime in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, from 3 until 6 November. The company has been the first port of call for those who value manoeuvring excellence for more than 45 years. The company operates in three main areas: Inland shipping, Oceangoing vessels and Yachting. Visti stand number 1.405.

Van der Velden rudders and steering gear are, wherever possible, integrated in a complete system with a tailor-made approach. Reliability, ease of maintenance, safety and a long life-span are key drivers throughout the design, manufacturing and installation processes.

The company’s stand will showcase models of the Van der Velden HD Profile rudder, Van der Velden Dolphin XR rudder and a Rotor Bow Rudder, among other products. At the booth there will also be a model of the electro-hydraulic SP 2525 and the full hydraulic HP 6000 control panels, an Effer marine crane, a Funkne tube and plate heat exchanger, a power pack, the revolutionary EPS thrusters and a Van der Velden Commander steering gear.

(www.vandervelden-marinesystems.com)

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