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Founded in 1965 in Bunschoten-Spakenburg, the Netherlands, today Heinen & Hopman Engineering employs over 1200 skilled people at its headquarters and subsidiaries around the world. As an innovator in the design, engineering and installation of systems for buildings and vessels, we offer the most comprehensive customised solutions available on the market today.
Our headquarters in the Netherlands specialises primarily in customised systems built to perfectly meet our client’s requirements. We are, however, also equipped to supply off-the-shelf products and systems whenever necessary.
Our most in-demand systems are:
These products are manufactured in our own workshop or under strict supervision at one of our subsidiaries.
Heinen & Hopman ensures exceptional reliability. Our broad expertise and economies of scale in design, construction and purchasing mean that we can serve you as a genuine “one-stop shop”. Our 24/7 global support network ensures that the service we provide is quick and reliable wherever you may find yourself.
We can offer the following for any HVAC&R project onboard a yacht, vessel or offshore platform:
Our specialisations in the marine industry are:
Heinen & Hopman has a modern and well-equipped workshop suited to almost any kind of job, from the creation of a simple rectangular duct to the comprehensive production of air conditioning units, switchboards, water or air-cooled condenser units, and prefabricated piping material.
Heinen & Hopman has its own warehouse where all items needed for the smooth progress of every project are kept in store, ready for use.
In addition to our workshop, we also have one of the largest testing facilities in Europe. All our systems can be tested here for their seagoing capabilities before being shipped off to their destination. This ensures that all systems are in good condition and working properly when they are installed onboard a ship. It also improves the efficiency of our work and minimises potential extra costs on a project. Furthermore, we have our own facilities at several shipbuilding centres.