Royal IHC (IHC) has integrated four of its business units – IHC Hydrohammer, IHC Handling Systems, IHC Sea Steel and IHC Fundex Equipment – into one new organization, which will operate under the name IHC IQIP.
Through this merger, IHC is taking the next step in offering a fully integrated solution for on- and offshore installation, foundation and decommissioning to customers in the oil and gas, offshore wind, and coastal and civil markets, the company wrote.
Bram Roelse, CEO at IHC, said: “Many of our customers are already working with one or more of the four IHC business units now integrated under the IHC IQIP umbrella. This merger was the next logical step in our desire to quickly respond to clients’ requirements. In this way we further strengthen this vital part of our activities and create room for further growth. IHC IQIP will continue to contribute substantially to IHC’s overall proposition for its onshore and offshore customers.”
Jan Albert Westerbeek, Executive Director of IHC IQIP, added: “By combining all of our experience and expertise, as a market leader, we are able to offer an innovative and complete range of equipment and services. Approaching the market as one organisation means our customers will only have to deal with one point of contact, which benefits their project management and efficiency.”
IHC Hydrohammer designs, builds and supplies hydraulic piling hammers. IHC Handling Systems develops and supplies offshore installation and removal equipment. IHC Sea Steel supplies a wide range of subsea installation and positioning frames. IHC FUNDEX Equipment designs, manufactures and delivers multifunctional foundation rigs all over the world.