KenzFigee performs regular and ad-hoc inspections to almost any type and make of marine cranes, hydraulic or mechanical systems.

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Wear and tear on cranes and lifting equipment is a normal phenomenon that occurs as these cranes are subject to a number of forces. Factors such as corrosion, fatigue and in extreme cases machinery failure can be detrimental to clients’ operations, and can even lead to increased health and safety risks.

Regular planned crane and lifting equipment inspections can save companies a lot of costs. KenzFigee highly competent and trained service engineers perform a variety of inspections which are based on manufacturer's recommendations and our industry experience and expertise. We perform inspections to almost any type and make of offshore, harbor or marine cranes and certify in accordance with various standards.

Some examples of typical inspections we offer our clients:

  • Initial inspections
  • Annual or 5-year inspections
  • Major inspections


    • Type: Lemniscate harbor crane
    • Client: Xcoal Energy & Resouces
    • Name: Mia | Oldendorffer
Scope of Work:
  • Inspection to get an overview of the scope of work for a lifetime extension after 26 years of duty
W2W vessel 'Wilson Arctic' preparing for her next job

For the next commitment the 3D Active Motion Compensated (ACM) KenzFigee gangway, with a lifting capacity of 1 ton, installed on the W2W vessel 'Wilson Arctic' has been modified at the Esbjerg Shipyar...

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Knuckle boom crane installation o/b Heerema's Aegir

Mobilizing crew or service engineers to and from vessels is an enormous challenge during the COVID-19 outbreak. Reason why after arrival of the KenzFigee service engineers in Singapore, they first ha...

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KenzFigee has been awarded a contract by Spliethoff for the delivery of two pipe handling gantry cranes for their two new build multipurpose DP2 B-type vessels, currently under construction at the Maw...

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