architectural and structural ropes

The E6 Halogaland Bridge Project is one of the most anticipated projects in Norway. It involves the construction of the 1,533m-long Hålogaland Bridge over Rombaksfjorden in Narvik, Nordland. The bridge will be second largest suspension bridge in Norway. The span of the bridge will be built as a closed steel box girder. The main span …

Oct 10, 2017

The Dafne Schippers Bridge is a 110 metre bicycle and pedestrian bridge that crosses the Amsterdam Rijn canal to connect the center of the city of Utrecht with one if its new districts, Leidsche Rijn. The bridge itself is suspended 9 metres above the canal, with the highest point on the suspension arms stretching 35 …

Jul 31, 2017

On Friday, November 4, FATZER AG Wire-Rope Plant officially opened its new premises in Romanshorn, Switzerland, with over 250 guests in attendance. This ceremony marked the end of a 7-year-long expansion phase that consisted of three construction phases. A multitude of guests from the political and economic sphere, such as Hermann Hess of the National …

Nov 5, 2016

At this year’s International Cable Supported Bridge Conference, FATZER exhibits its extensive steel wire ropes product range of full locked coil ropes and spiral ropes along with its consulting services. Be welcome at booth no. 13 Link

May 20, 2016

The Chinese city of Suzhou is known for its modern landscape design, and its new sports park is going to make the city even more attractive. The park comprises three elements: a stadium with an athletics track and space for up to 45,000 spectators, an indoor swimming pool with a capacity of 3000 spectators and …

Apr 27, 2016

The bucket wheel excavator 259, which is among the largest pieces of equipment RWE Power owns, is put to use at Hambach open pit mine. It was built in 1960 and has conveyed around 110,000 cubic meters of material daily ever since. At 210 m long and 70 m high it weighs 7,800 metric tons. …

Dec 22, 2015