Better buoys for bigger ships

The polyethylene chosen is a flexible polyethylene UV 16-20 without heavy metals and acts as a fender

The Port of Rotterdam, Europe’s largest seaport recently hired French manufacturer of Aids to Navigation Mobilis to design and install a bespoke mooring system with more capacity to handle the increase in vessel numbers and size, and to replace single point mooring buoys with larger multiple point mooring buoys.

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