Industry makes a relevant contribution to the development of society. Industry is a source of innovation, provides employment and strongly influences the international competitive position of a country.
Worldwide, industry is confronted with megatrends, creating challenges and also major opportunities. These trends are demographics and health, globalization and competition, quality of habitat, scarcity of raw materials, and the speed of (technological) change.
Bilfinger Tebodin's consultants and engineers help you to transform these challenges to concrete solutions and results. Our services range from consultancy on healthy, safety and environment, to longer life expectancy of installations, increased sustainability of products and processes, and designing new, efficient production plants, with the highest possible savings in energy and materials.
With our international network of offices, with over 3,600 highly-educated knowledge workers, we guarantee the availability of sufficient technical specialists and we can support you with the latest technological insights and solutions.
Read here about our solutions for datacenters; as efficient and sustainable as possible.
Project: new paint shop
Location: Meppel, the Netherlands
Tebodin did the permitting and design for the civil and structural upgrade, utilities upgrade and construction management for a new paint shop.
Project: Aalsmeer Shuttle
Location: Aalsmeer, the Netherlands
To FloraHolland, Tebodin delivered consultancy and engineering services to develop the overhead system transport- and distribution system. The system has a total length of more than 13 kilometres, from the auction clock to the new 300.000 m2 complex. Tebodin was responsible for the conceptual design, prototypes testing installations, basic design, construction supervision and implementation.
DSM Fibre Intermediates (DFI)
Project: New ammonium sulfate plant
Location: Chemelot, the Netherlands
DSM Fibre Intermediates (DFI) built a new ammonium sulfate plant at the Chemelot site in the Netherlands. The plant took 1.4 million man-hours to complete and its scope is exceptional in Europe. It produces high-quality ammonium sulfate, in higher quantities with unique energy efficiency. DFI Project Director Mr. Rob Reinartz: ‘The old plant needed about ten percent of the total use at Chemelot. By using the residual heat from the caprolactam process next door, we now save a lot of energy at the new plant.’ The main technical challenge was in the limited space available. The eight enormous crystallizers, were mounted vertically across several floors.