SSN considers it important that ships and other maritime objects are recycled on an environmentally responsible way. This also means we try as much as possible to give usable parts of ships a second destination.
In the meantime, a wide variety of (sea-going) ships and installations have come up the slope of SSN. Last Friday another special object, the pontoon the Stemat Scradeway, was pulled ashore for recycling.
A better example of the close cooperation between Hapo and SSN does not exist. Last month SSN dismantled 6 boom and 2 gantrycranes in Rotterdam Waalhaven.
For decades a diverse range of ships have entered the ramp at SSN’s shiprecycling yard, some even more special than others. Early November 2018 there was again such a moment.
SSN has over 25 years of experience in domestic and foreign ship recycling. From inland vessels and yachts to marine and seagoing vessels.
During the process of pulling the FGS Langeoog upon dry land we saw the possibility to make a short video.
This week the recycling has started of the German naval ship the FGS Langeoog.
Next to demolishing and recycling vessels and other maritime objects SSN also actively buys scrap metals in large quantities.
Recently four spudcans arrived at the wharf of SSN. They came from the offshore installation vessel Aeolus, owned by Van Oord, as they decided it was time for an upgrade.
Throughout the years SSN has become a specialist when it comes to salvaging and recycling ships, barges, platforms and other large objects.
On January the 19th of 2018 the Spica plotted its last voyage starting in the Wilhelminahaven towards SSN to begin a worthy demolition.
Het recycleteam van SSN bracht enkele weken geleden een bezoek aan het Engelse Tilbury. Om te kijken of het loodzware stuk afval wel richting ’s-Gravendeel gevaren kon worden.
After years of faithful service one of our cutting machines has been fully refitted and repainted in the colors of our company.