Sabik Offshore, a Sedna Wind Technologies company and global leader in marking and lighting offshore wind farms, has acquired Weissenborn.
Weissenborn designs and manufactures aluminium solutions for transition pieces (TPs), suspended internal structures and substations in the offshore wind industry. Prioritising low product weight and ease of assembly, its products have best in-class environmental impact and contribute to global climate goals.
“As one of the oldest companies in Vejle, Denmark, Weissenborn is a highly respected firm, and has established an excellent reputation in the offshore wind industry over recent years,”
explains Morten Christensen, Managing Director of Sabik Offshore.
“The cultures of our two businesses complement each other well and we look forward to adding value for customers by leveraging the combination of railing design and component integration.”
Peter Møller, who will continue to lead Weissenborn and join the management team of Sabik Offshore, says,
“We’re delighted to have joined the Sabik Offshore family. This strategic move will allow us to better serve our customers globally, and we look forward to creating innovative solutions with the integration of lighting and marking components on our railings. Our shared customers are looking for solutions that reduce interfaces, and that’s something we can offer, providing a more efficient and cost-effective customer experience.”
The manufacture and production of aluminum component parts will remain at the Weissenborn premises in Denmark. Weissenborn’s EverSafe System®, their rivet-based railing design, will be integrated into the Sabik Offshore sales portfolio.
Sabik Offshore has been providing marine and aviation aids to navigation and safety lighting for offshore clients across the globe for over 20 years. With expertise in systems design, the company specializes in marking and lighting products for the offshore wind industry.
Sabik Offshore has acquired Weissenborn A/S to offer offshore wind farm clients a complete package of railings and lighting in a single, seamlessly-engineered design.
(L-R) – Peter Møller, Morten Christensen and Arne Karschunke.