News & events
New partner in Norway: Ålesund Maritime SA18-02-2021
We are happy to announce the representation of Hatenboer-Water by Ålesund Maritime SA in Norway. Ålesund Maritime and Hatenboer-Water started to get acquainted once both organisations noticed each other’s vision and core values.
New: Online Legionella course16-12-2020
Hatenboer-Water has created a digital version of the water quality training module about Legionella. As of today, participants can now register, participate and complete the online course with an official certificate.
Houston office officially opened02-12-2020
We are happy to announce our brand-new Houston branch is fully operational, stocked and open for business. We will now be able to support our installed base in the Americas even better, with local spares and consumables available from stock. Verweij continues “We are no longer just a phone call away, but in many cases we’re now just a few miles or only just a few hours’ drive away!”
Partnership with Pe-Gu24-11-2020
We are pleased and honoured to announce our partnership with Pe-Gu, our new partner in Turkey. They are a valuable partner to the major shipyards in Turkey, with whom Pe-Gu closely work and enjoy a great relationship.
Fresh water production for fishery vessels17-11-2020
For three 2020/2021 newbuild Belgian fishery vessels constructed at Padmos Stellendam shipyard (two ships) and Hoekman Shipbuilding on Urk (one ship) are equipped with our standard reverse osmosis (RO) water makers. Subject RO’s are from the Hatenboer-Water Tethys Series, available for fresh water production capacities of 3-6m³/day. The vessels are newly designed with optimum fuel consumption and maximum safety for the crew. Sustainability is high on the agenda and 24/7 availability of fresh water onboard is essential for the fish production and the crew’s well being.
Water equipment order from Yinson for FPSO Anna Nery05-10-2020
Yinson has ordered a water maker package from Hatenboer-Water for FPSO Anna Nery, which is currently under conversion and on schedule for deployment in 2023. The contract consists of two Reverse Osmosis systems, each capable of producing 70.000 liters of fresh water and 30.000 liters of technical water per day.