EMSTEC has brought together a dedicated team of experts providing the very best in Dredging and Oil Field solutions with its headquarters based in Oststeinbek, near Hamburg, Germany.
Utilising all the benefits of German design, engineering, quality and process control and with our dedicated production facility in China, we are in the position to offer unique flexible Dredge and Oil hose solutions, high quality manufactured products at competitive prices.
Our team of partners, employees and reputable and approved suppliers all share one thing in common - the passion for the product and the market. We also consider our clients as an important part of this team. Working together we have decades of experience and specialised know-how for this niche market, which is highly safety-sensitive to personnel, vessels, port and offshore infrastructure.
We provide dredging equipment like rubber hoses, pipes, floats and fenders for every application in this industry.
For the offshore oil industry we provide the highest quality of OCIMF / GMPHOM 2009 oil discharge hoses and hose reels.
Projects mostly starting with backgrounds, drafts and design work. EMSTEC is in the position to process data into drawings or if request execute...
To support the expansion of the Ballah Bypass from 61 metres to 312 metres width for 35 kilometers from 2014 to 2015 we supplied various types of dredging products like floating, jet-water and suction rubber hoses to the involved dredgers.
For the two artificial islands called Palm Jumeirah and Palm Jebel Ali, on the coast of Dubai, United Arab Emirates, we provided various types of dredging products like floating, jet-water and armoured suction hoses.
For the SKARV floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel, located in the northern Norwegian Sea, we provided a whole Catenary Hose String consisting of 23 OCIMF oil offloading Double Carcass Hoses.
For the PAZFLOR floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel, located 150km away from the Angolan shore we provided two oil transfer hose strings consisting of 46 OCIMF Single Carcass Hoses.
Seawater Uptake System on the way to construction site of FPSO Prof. John Evans Atta Mills