Shell, founded in 1907, is an international energy company with expertise in the exploration, production, refining and marketing of oil and natural gas, and the manufacturing and marketing of chemicals.
As one of the biggest drivers of the energy transition, Shell is building on a sustainable energy future.
For example, significant investments are made in continuously upgrading existing refineries and power, including from low-carbon sources such as wind and solar; and new fuels for transport, such as advanced biofuels and hydrogen.
Shell has 9,500 employees in the Netherlands and is an important client for Dutch industry.
In 2019, for example, EUR 3.5 billion was outsourced to 2,700 Dutch companies.
One of these Dutch companies is Gouda Holland, part of the Niedax Group.
Gouda Holland advises, supplies and installs cable support systems for (inter)national projects.
And active for Shell since the 1970s, Gouda Holland is a familiar face at the various Shell locations with its own office and workplace.
Gouda Holland - moving together in energy transition
Gouda Holland has been advising and producing cable management systems for the on- and offshore energy sector (hydrogen, fossil, nuclear, solar and wind energy) for decades.
In addition to quality and reliability, the solutions are used because of, for example, the high load capacity, large radius and corrosion resistance. As well as the knowledge and expertise available within Gouda Holland and the Niedax Group.
With the VCA-P certified assembly team and project managers, Gouda Holland can also provide support in the field of assembly.
An experienced export department also communicates professionally in consultation with all necessary documents and desired packaging methods and monitors delivery times for national and international deliveries.
Since 1970, when the collaboration with Gouda Holland was established, many projects have been supplied and assembled at various locations, including;
NAM locaties Groningen (Shell ExxonMobil)
and many more...