Sabik Offshore welcomes Weissenborn to the family!



What would you say if we told you that there is a more cost-effective and efficient way to build a railing for your offshore wind turbines?


What if this same system was just as strong as – if not stronger than – a traditionally welded railing? 


And what if, with this railing system, we could provide a complete solution from the railing itself to aids to navigation and platform illumination?

We’re proud to announce that Weissenborn is now 100% part of the Sabik Offshore family. Weissenborn is a business that has enjoyed a long history as one of the oldest companies in Vejle, Denmark. And for the past few years it has been making a name for itself in the offshore wind industry.


Rivets have been used for decades to hold structures together. Why not for a railing? The EverSafe System® brings this proven technology to the offshore wind sector for railing and transition piece design. With this concept we can design a modular system to work for any platform. The kit is prepared, shipped to site, and assembled locally. Being able to pack parts instead of finished welded segments utilizes space in a container much more effectively and reduces the number of containers needed for shipment.


Sabik Offshore has spent countless hours creating mounting methods for adding our components to railings and these can change with every project. Our aim is to create a standard modular railing system that can fit any platform design, with standard mounting systems for all equipment designed to sit on the railing. This is just a first step towards offering a complete transition piece solution.


If you would like to learn more about EverSafe System® and how we can help you with your project, contact your Sabik Offshore regional expert.


Together we can be a single source provider for offshore wind marking solutions, providing a richer customer experience and unparalleled customer service.


Read our Press Release.

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Peter Møller, Morten Christensen, Arne Karschunke