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WireCo WorldGroup featured on Manufacturing Marvels on The Fox Business Network

WireCo WorldGroup was recently featured on Fox Business Network’s “Manufacturing Marvels” which profiles selected American manufacturers, their products and  processes. 

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Oil and Gas Magazine Cover - 2013


Showing the Ropes:

Royal Lankhorst Euronete’s enhanced product performance and continuous innovation is featured in the latest issue of European Oil & Gas Magazine. 

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Mining Magazine Cover


Restoring the Glory:

A concise picture of what is involved with dragline rebuilds

Tom Scroggin, a WireCo Technical Service Engineer specializing in mining, recently spoke with Mining Magazine regarding wire rope best practices on the job site.  Specifically, when it comes to the effects of wear, expected lifespan and recommended maintenance of draglines. 

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WireCo's Turboplast Proves a Critical Component in Europe's Largest Lift Bridge

The Jacques Chaban-Delmas Bridge, a new vertical lift bridge crossing the Garonne River, is the largest lift bridge in Europe, boasting a central span of 117 meters long, 2600 tons and rises to a staggering height of 53 meters in order to allow passenger liners and large sailboats to pass underneath. 

Operation of the lift span is achieved via high strength wire ropes passing over sheaves that connect the lift span to the counterweights. A wire rope winch drive operating system with electric motor and flux vector regenerative drives haul in and payout the counterweights, thereby raising and lowering the lift span.

WireCo WorldGroup's wire rope facility in Kirkel-Limbach, Germany produced over 4,600 meters (nearly three miles) of CASAR Turboplast ropes to help complete the project.

Click here to view an animation of CASAR's Turboplast ropes at work. 



Lankhorst Ropes wins Seatrade's Innovation in Ship Operations Award

Lankhorst Ropes was chosen for excellence in the ‘Innovation in Ship Operations’ category for its Tipto® Winchline, a high performance rope designed to reduce the threat of mooring line snap-back to increase crew safety.  

This is the second consecutive year Lankhorst Ropes to win the ‘Innovation in Ship Operations’ Award. In 2012, we were awarded for the A3 splice.

For more information about our Tipto Winchline please contact us at maritime@lankhorstropes.com.



WireCo WorldGroup Featured in March-April issue of Wire Rope Exchange

San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge - New Home to the Longest Self-Anchored Suspension Bridge in the World.

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WireCo WorldGroup is excited to announce the launch of its new CASAR website

The new CASAR site offers updated product information, including info on crane and mining ropes. 

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WireCo WorldGroup Sells Lankhorst Yachting Division to Former Management

WireCo finalized the sale of The Lankhorst Yachting Division (Taselaar) and its German subsidiary Lankhorst Hohorst GmbH for 2.75 million Euros.

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New San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge Nearing Completion


WireCo's 200 suspender cable supply to the project are nearly all installed. With a single span of 385 meters this bridge will be the world's longest single span, self-anchored suspension (SAS) bridge.

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Custom XLT-4 parachute assemblies continue to perform well for NASA tests


WireCo special task force unit recovers an XLT-4 assembly after NASA completes its fourth test drop in Yuma, AZ

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Parachute Assemblies Designed for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft

NASA has completed the first in a series of flight-like parachute tests simulating the Orion spacecraft's return to Earth. WireCo engineers worked with NASA to develop specialized assemblies that would secure the parachute to the Orion spacecraft under the most extreme conditions.

Read the full article: http://www.nasa.gov/exploration/systems/mpcv/parachute_test.html