Seijsener technologies for global ports and maritime sectors
Commercial shipping and local authorities place the highest demands on ports, especially now that sustainability has become a highly important part of the agenda. But the question of who to work with to achieve this remains. Who supplies port technology that meets the highest quality and climate requirements, and that functions flawlessly in all weather conditions for many years? The answer is Seijsener.
Seijsener develops and manufactures innovative automation and electrification technologies for the global port and maritime sectors. We’re specialists in shore power, connection and charging systems, powerlocks for cruise ships, and pump out equipment. Continually innovating and developing our technologies ensures that we deliver the levels of operational performance, safety and sustainability that our customers demand at all types of ports and terminals. That’s how Seijsener became the first European manufacturer to be granted the ‘Baumusterprüfbescheinigung’, a German testing certification for shore power cabinets.
Shore power technologies, also known as ‘cold ironing’ or Alternative Maritime Power (AMP), enable the connection of ships in port to shore side electricity, in order to power on board services. Shore power enables a ship’s diesel generators to be switched off, thereby reducing noise, vibration and emissions, such as carbon oxides, fine dust and nitrogen oxides. This improves air quality in the port and the surrounding residential areas. Seijsener is not only the first manufacturer of shore power cabinets that comply with German calibration law, but we’ve also introduced an operation and automatic billing system, so that shippers can activate the shore power with an app.
It’s not just the professional and inland waterway vessels that need a power connection, but also charter ships and cruise ships that need large capacities – three-phase power. So Seijsener developed the offering of powerlock connections of no less than 630 amps, and now large river cruise vessels can also use the shore power cabinets to avoid creating noise pollution, fine dust, vibration and other harmful emissions that come from using diesel generators.
Seijsener is the expert in the Benelux, with close to 60 years’ experience of joint designing, manufacturing, installing and servicing of marine pump out equipment. Skippers prefer not to have to worry about pumping out bilgewater tanks, therefore Seijsener developed bilgewater pumps with multiple connection points. Once connected, it’s the pump itself that regularly checks whether there’s still need for suction, and so the skipper always leaves with an empty bilgewater tank. The port manager can decide whether this service is offered free of charge or paid for, but all our installations can be made suitable for cash payments, SAB Ecocard and app payments.
• designs, production and sale of a wide range of maritime-related items
• products that are flexible and user-friendly
• shore power payment with your mobile phone or credit card
• bilgewater pump out stations
• powerlocks for cruise ships
• shore power by the first manufacturer that complies with German calibration law
• advice, wide choice, fast delivery