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Set brackets overboard pipes, ladders and closingplates by Machine Fabriek Borger

MFB managed to execute production and delivery an urgent order for Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam: set brackets overboard pipes, ladders and closingplates.

Climate control system, Mechanical Ventilation Technical spaces, Drip catchers, shutters and grilles, Sanitary system, Black- and grey-water system

We wish shipping company SPIDO a safe voyage for the 'PRINCES AMALIA'

Hoofdmasten voor Shipyard De Hoop

De masten worden geheel vervaardigd uit zeewaterbestendig aluminium, en zijn 9,5 m hoog en 4,5 m breed.
De eerste is gereed voor transport naar de werf, de productie van de tweede is aansluitend opgestart.

De schepen zullen worden ingezet in West-Afrika als speciaal missieschip.

Stalen verloopproppen voor Volvo penta

Ø360x62 met gatenpatroon en gewicht besparende kamers voor Volvo-Penta scheepsmotoren.

Maritime Industrie - Visit Dagin

Visit the DAGIN companies at Maritime Industry 2019.

On 7, 8 en 9 May the DAGIN companies will be present at the Maritime Industry 2019.

Would you also visit us at the Evenementenhal Gorinchem?

You are welcome at our booth D202 located at the 1st floor.

Certificated welding of support brackets

Certificated welding of 1 set of Support brackets, material EH36,
for Outboard Elevator commissioned by HSD associates.

DAGIN SMM Hamburg 2018

The DAGIN companies will be present at the SMM Exhibition in Hamburg.

Steel non tight elevator inspection hatches

32 pcs steel non tight elevator inspection hatches made by Machinefabriek Börger for KONE Finland, delivered to STX France

Cllimate control and mechanical ventilation systems at Living Stone Dredger

In Bilbao in Spain we worked hard to finish the ship DEME LIVING STONE in time so that it can be used on various projects.
The final painting, commissioning and delivery is performed at The Netherlands.

Inspection covers

Set inspection covers, set consists of total 86 pcs, for air intake hatches for the Norwegian Bliss build by the Meyer Werft in Papenburg.

Complete premounted with all needed gaskets and painted in Jotun system, including final layer.