New name for Euro-Rigging

By Alex Dahm03 January 2018

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Euro-Rigging has been rebranded as

Heavy lifting and transport industry consultancy Euro-Rigging has changed its name to

It has been rebranded, according to the company, “in support of our matured focus areas: consultancy, engineering and design and construction. In addition, Eager.Academy captures all our expert knowledge sharing activities, including our exclusive master classes on heavy lifting and transport,” the company said.

Euro-Rigging was established in 1979 as an engineering and consultancy service, focusing on the petrochemical sector. Since then the company’s offer evolved beyond only rigging and also further afield than Europe, encompassing every continent. Roderik van Seumeren’s MeeMaken B.V. acquired Euro-Rigging in 2013. That was where the new design and construction division started. It manages projects all the way from engineering to supplying built and tested equipment.

Commenting on the new name, Robert Vaessen, commercial director, said, “This change of name fits us completely. As, we have an opportunity to reveal who we really are. Our employees and our way of working have always been an eager one.”


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