Felbermayr’s new Engineered Solutions division


Austrian crane, rigging and major going business Felbermayr has launched an Engineered Methods division, supplying technological methods for the large carry sector and has recruited Kees Kompier to head the new division.

Felbermayr has extensive furnished this kind of answers when requested, normally outsourcing or subcontracted such do the job to many others. Kompier joins the organization immediately after an 18 calendar year profession with ALE Heavylift – which grew to become part of Mammoet before this 12 months – wherever he was regional director Europe.

Kees Kompier

Talking of his new obstacle Kompier stated: “Felbermayr has an monumental vary of tools in phrases of large lifting and managing. My target is to grow the range of probable applications by combining the knowledge of the Felbermayr staff members with the current weighty lifting, accessibility and transport equipment and choose Felbermayr forward in matters of large installations and assembly.”

Kompier, 53, started his occupation in 1991, as a project engineer with Dutch marine towing, large transportation & lifting firm Muller Dordrecht, leaving to set up his possess boat constructing procedure in 1993, having said that following a few decades he moved back again to company life signing up for Tech Bureau Visser as business supervisor. In 1997 he returned to Muller for a few of yrs as product sales supervisor prior to moving on to Europe Lloyd as a senior challenge manager. In 2001 he joined Brambles Major Contracting as revenue supervisor, starting up his ALE profession the following calendar year when it obtained the Brambles small business. In excess of the next 18 a long time he held a variety of roles in the organization, which include director ALE Heavylift Netherlands and regional director Considerably East & Australia.

He recently worked with Felbermayr as a sub-contractor on the set up of a 2,400 tonne bridge in Bratislava.

He explained: “At the time we carried out the task as a subcontractor because Felbermayr lacked the structural engineering know-how for calculating the load distribution on the pontoons. In the long run, the shoppers also profit from this by a reduction in the variety of contacts and additional performance in buy processing.”