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Hendrik Veder Group Diversifies and Boosts Sustainability Goals

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Hendrik Veder Group, a specialist provider of steel wire and fibre rope solutions, products and services, has diversified its offerings following a successful Q1 that has put the company on track to achieve its strategic goals for 2023. As the leading European provider of steel wire and fibre products and services, the company has expanded its workshop, sales team and service range in its Aberdeen office to meet growing demand. The company’s successful Q1 turnover has allowed it to strengthen its team, collaborate with customers, and offer bespoke products and services that will streamline customer operations.

The company’s priority for 2023 is to diversify its offerings and services while continuing to provide innovative solutions that contribute to a more sustainable industry. The UK branches of the company are working towards increasing solutions based on the output of fibre ropes, which is supported by a new Sales Manager position focused on the company’s fibre rope offerings. The company’s Dutch branch will provide support and training in Aberdeen and Sheffield, drawing on its extensive experience in fibre rope solutions since 1545.

The increased focus on fibre rope solutions will allow Hendrik Veder Group to maintain its high standards for providing sustainable solutions, including mooring ropes made from recycled materials. The company’s impressive track record of assisting customers in reducing their carbon footprint by offering alternative solutions to standard industry practices will be further enhanced by the introduction of recycled ropes.

The company recently completed a successful circular rope project trial in collaboration with a global energy industry leader. The project involved inspecting, collecting and processing used slings into raw materials, which saved operators the cost of logistics and incineration. The company’s Managing Director, Bertwin Zonneveld, expressed confidence that the company’s strong financial return in Q1 and recent appointments would allow it to build towards an exciting remainder of 2023.

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