Mobile fencing that is properly assembled and coupled creates the very best site demarcation. How do you couple a Heras fence as efficiently as possible when assembling it, without losing a lot of time? We will explain the finer details of coupling a mobile fence using these clear-cut assembly instructions.
Posted on 22 September 2016 by Ruud Verhagen
Every one of our “People” answered “Planet” when we asked them what they, as an organisation, would like to focus on more. It is wonderful that corporate social responsibility comes from our very own people at Heras Mobile Fencing & Security. It’s another thing to actually try to turn these words into actions. How do we do this?
Posted on 19 September 2016 by Michiel van der Velden
Mobile fencing that is properly assembled creates the very best site demarcation. How do you secure and couple a Heras fence as efficiently as possible, without losing a lot of time? We will explain the finer details using these clear-cut assembly instructions.
Posted on 13 September 2016 by Ruud Verhagen
Opportunity makes the thief. He just wants to quickly make a haul and takes whatever he finds. Heave ho, over that fence, cut the power lines and he's out of there. Securing the storage sheds from the inside is pointless, because before someone can respond to the call, the bird has already flown. What can you do to discourage the occasional thief before he decides to take action?
Posted on 11 July 2016 by Lou Spierings
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, one of the world’s busiest airports, is constantly in motion. Day and night, aircraft depart and there are people at work; each year, approximately 58 million passengers travel via Schiphol. To be able to transport everything and everyone, there were as many as 450,679 aircraft movements on six take-off and landing strips in 2015. It is no wonder, therefore, that landing strips are now under maintenance.
Posted on 20 June 2016 by Joost van der Pas
Green, greener, greenest. These days, combating pollution, or just cleaning up the world we live in, is increasingly being seen as a motto for life. Not only in The Hague, but fortunately increasingly more often in all Dutch industry and households. And also in the fencing industry.
Posted on 07 June 2016 by Arjan Zegelaar
You could even write a book about it. And a book has actually been written - it will be published in the autumn. It will be a best seller. Because it's not simply about site fencing, it's also about entrepreneurship.
Site fencing has been around for 50 years. We know this because, in 1966, Heras was the first to start series production of temporary fencing. Let me quickly run you through the 50 years of entrepreneurship in this blog.
Posted on 30 May 2016 by Suzanne van Bekkers - Vroenhoven
What do the 2011 Rugby World Cup New Zealand, the 2010 Commonwealth Games India, the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil, UEFA 2016 Championship tournament and even the upcoming Olympic and Paralympic Games in Brazil have in common? Small hint: in August of this year, no less than 60 kilometers of fence will be shipped to Brazil...
Posted on 23 May 2016 by Jérôme Lardenois