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We deliver high-quality, tailored electrical solutions for the dredging industry.

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Our smart solutions for Dredging

Co-creation by digitalization

Co-creation by digitalization

Technology is advancing in an ever growing pace and allows sophisticated...

Electrical Package

Electrical Package

Are you looking for assistance with the supply and integration of...

Condition-Based Maintenance

Condition-Based Maintenance

Data is still the new gold and processing it into useful information is...

Rhodium Hybrid

Hybrid

The drivers for the adoption of hybrid energy systems differ per ship...

Shore power connection

Shore Power Connection

The maritime sector has agreed that by 2050 CO2 emissions from maritime...

Remote Service with Augmented Reality glasses

Remote Service

Safety and availability are essential for vessels at sea. Downtime must be...

Integrated bridge onboard offshore vessel

Integrated Bridge System

Bakker Sliedrecht and its partner RH Marine help ships to navigate safely...

24/7 Service & maintenance worldwide

Service

Looking for service & maintenance that matches your operational...

Conversion

Retrofit & Conversion

Extending economic life and reducing your total cost of ownership by...

Energy Storage Solution

Energy Storage Solution

Improving vessel performance and lowering emissions are two main drivers...

Automatisering & Control

Automation & Control

Automation & control solutions from Bakker Sliedrecht ensure your...

References

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Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Group

Bakker Sliedrecht has obtained two contracts from the Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Group: the main electrical systems of six new vessels, four self-propelled fazel barges and two floating crane transshipment units.

Inai Kiara

Bakker Sliedrecht engineered, delivered, and commissioned all main electrical installations of the Inai Kenanga. This 33.335 m2 trailing suction hopper dredger was built at the shipyard of Selat Melaka in Malaysia.

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BIMAC Vessel Management System ready to be the...
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Bakker Sliedrecht connects wind farm Ospeldijk to...
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