The JSS Karel Doorman is the impressive new vessel of the Royal Netherlands Navy (RNLN). During the World Harbour Days in Rotterdam, the ship was the absolute top attraction. It is easy to see why, as the Karel Doorman has been built with unique capabilities, which will enable the ship to add value not only to the Dutch armed forces, but also to NATO and the EU.
Pas Reform, developer of technological equipment for the hatchery industry, has successfully worked with Bolidt several times in the last few years. Pas Reform’s Bouke Hamminga talks about his experiences with Bolidt.
When hearing the word innovation, poultry is probably the last word that would pop up in your mind. Nevertheless don’t underestimate the effort companies in the poultry industry put into research and development. Innovation is actually very important for these companies, trying to increase the animal welfare and decrease the mortality while hatching chicks.
“More technologically advanced and environmentally friendly flooring and decking are among the new products and projects in the passenger shipping sector” according to Passenger Ship Technology.
In 2012, PGGM extended its existing headquarters in Zeist by 25,000 m2 of office space. Plus a three-level underground car park. The parking surface no longer met requirements. Especially during spells of rain and frost, this created dangerous situations. Bolidt resurfaced the 28,000 m2 car park with its parking systems, including Boligrip W and Bolidtop 200, as well as 1,000 easily recognisable parking bays featuring the company logo.
International Cruise & Ferry Review interviews Bolidt’s Maritime Division Director Jacco van Overbeek on the investment in research and development and the solutions these investments are delivering.
Bolidt has developed a special version of its Bolidtop 700 Pharma Terrazzo flooring for Alcon, global market leader in eye care product. Another special feature at the facilities in Puurs (Belgium) en Cusi (Spain) are the high-quality customised floor covings, made in consultation with the wall supplier, which complement the application with seamless wall to floor transitions.
Ever since it was established in 1944, Turkish pharmaceutical company Santa Farma has invested in the most advanced technologies to keep ahead in the fast-changing pharmaceutical industry. In keeping with its mission and after a careful selection process, the company explicitly chose electrically conductive flooring from the Bolidtop 700 flooring range.
"Bolidt Synthetic Products & Systems has booked orders in 2014 and beyond for its decking solutions covering newbuildings and refurb" writes Seatrade Cruise Review. Click to read the complete article.
More than 20 years ago, Bolidtop 700 Pharma Terrazzo formed a welcome innovation for a new production facility of Belgian pharmaceutical company Janssen Pharmaceutica. Synthetics provided the answer to the increasing hygiene requirements the factory had to meet. After all those years of faithful service, their Bolidtop 700 PT still fulfils all hygiene and safety requirements. Janssen Pharmaceutica nevertheless chose to revitalise the flooring, taking advantage of Bolidt’s most recent product innovations, such as an even smoother surface.
Norwegian Cruise Line’s latest newbuild arrives at her new US homeport to start her year-round eastern Caribbean season. Built at the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany, Norwegian Getaway is the sister ship to Norwegian Breakaway, which homeports in New York City, US. Designed as Miami’s ‘ultimate ship’, Getaway has hull artwork created by local Miami artist David ‘Lebo’ Le Batard.