About Sandfirden Technics
In 1947 three gentlemen known as Laan, Kooy and Van der Zwaag founded the firm Laan & Kooy. In 1964 Laan & Kooy Trading Company Acquired Scania importership marine and industrial engines. Ten years later, the importer of Valmet, now known as AGCO Power.
In 1988 the name was changed to Sandfirden Technics. Besides engines also rudders and steering gear are sold. Sandfirden Technics has traditionally been related to the marine industry, but certainly the last 15 to 20 years she is also active in the industrial market. Sandfirden Technics also builds in-house a range of gas engines, developed by her own R&D department.
Sandfirden Technics currently has 60 employees and has a modern office, extensive parts warehouse, three production halls and modern test facilities for engines and generator sets. The three production halls are divided into a hall for the construction and conversion of engines, steel construction and assembly hall for generator sets.
Sandfirden Technics is based on three strong pillars, i.e:
In addition to supplying equipment to the maritime and industrial market, she provides service, maintenance and parts supply. The construction department is responsible for the assembly of engines and other activities such as the construction of an aluminum deckhouse for a fishing ship.