Sif news

A look from the sky

A look from the sky at our unique terminal with marchalling facilities at the Port of Rotterdam (Maasvlakte 2): 16,5 meter draught; deep sea quay 400 meters length; permanent lift - and transport capacity of 1.600 tons; storage area of 42 hectares and direct access to the North sea.

In storage: Monopiles and Transition Pieces for Hohe See and Norther wind farm and piles for the Johan Sverdrup field.

Sif manufactures steel foundation piles (monopiles) for oil and glass platforms and offshore wind farms. We supplied 136 steel tubulars for the foundation jackets for the Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm, which were installed by Seaway Heavy Lifting (SHL) in the North Sea off Scotland.

The development of Centre Line Alignment for welding cans of large diameter tubulars is an exciting proposition for designers. This development allows for more weight-efficient designs, as the magnitude of any change in wall thickness may be increased and the design stresses associated with plate thickness transitions are reduced to yield longer design fatigue lifetime.

Roermond (the Netherlands), 13 March 2018 Sif Holding N.V. ("Sif", or the "Company") today announces that Jan Bruggenthijs will not be available for reappointment as CEO and member of the Executive Board.

After a successful first Talking Dinner in Hamburg, Sif once again acted as host for the second edition, which was organized on the 10th of October in Amsterdam with the discussion topic 'Floating Wind from Holland: Are the Dutch losing out on floating wind?’.