IHC has more than 150 years of experience in designing and building efficient and integrated dredge equipment. Thanks to our continuous industry research, we are able to offer optimal solutions to the challenges of modern dredging techniques.
Dredge equipment is used to build, modify and upgrade hydraulic dredgers. It provides a range of benefits for our global customers, including higher productivity, reduced operating costs, optimum efficiency and minimal downtime. As a result, it has also contributed to the profitability of various international dredging projects.
There is a growing need for dredging in many applications, both large and small, in either capital or maintenance works. Our broad spectrum of dredging vessels is ideal for the completion of all types of dredging projects, such as:
Our team of highly skilled professionals can provide a broad range of advisory services based on more than 70 years of theoretical and operational experience. We support our customers in the preparation, operation and optimisation of dredging installations and equipment, dredging activities and other areas related to the field, with consultancy and training.
Royal IHC has today delivered an Easydredge® 2700 trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD) to SEMAR (Secretaria de Marina) at the Port of Veracruz in Mexico.
In May of 2020, Royal IHC and Weeks Marine Inc. entered into a contract for the engineering and equipment delivery for the 6,540m³ TSHD R.B. WEEKS, currently under construction at the Allanton premises of Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Panama City, Florida. This is an identical vessel to the MAGDALEN that was delivered in 2017.
Royal IHC and Arab Potash Company (APC) from Jordan have prolonged their excellent relationship with the signing of an operation and maintenance contract for the latest delivered customised cutter suction dredger ALKARAMAH. The vessel was delivered by Royal IHC early 2021 and has been put into operation at the Dead Sea in Jordan, where it is being used to excavate the sea bed to construct a new pier for the company’s pump station.