Offshore Construction

Bridon-Bekaert is the world leader in advanced rope solutions for the offshore oil and gas marine construction industry. We offer both superior steel wire and synthetic ropes and a wide range of abandon and recovery (A&R) lines, winch lines, offshore crane ropes, temporary mooring lines, diving bell ropes and lifeboat ropes. We provide offshore vessels globally with the most reliable ropes to maximize productivity and minimize operational costs. We do so by selecting and producing the rope that best suits your needs and providing you with technical support and service afterwards.

A&R winches

A&R winches are designed for the abandonment and recovery of equipment and pipes.

Subsea winches

The winches can be used to place equipment and pipes on the seabed

Offshore cranes

Offshore pedestal mounted cranes are used in offshore oil and gas operations.

Floating cranes

Floating cranes are heavy lift vessels specifically designed for the handling of loads.

Mooring

Mooring lines connect an anchor on the seafloor to a floating structure.

Diving bells

Diving bells are used to support diving operations from rigs and vessels.

Life boat

Life boats form an integral part of offshore vessels and rigs and are key to the safety.

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