Heras Mobile Fencing & Security is commissioning a brand-new, fully automated production line. The new welding line is in the factory in Pelt (Belgium). In addition to boosting production capacity, the new machine also increases flexibility throughout the production process.
Posted on 30 June 2020 by Michiel van der Velden
We don’t need to tell you that COVID-19 is having a huge impact on society. We see it every day. It’s affecting everyone’s daily lives, including at Heras Mobile Fencing & Security. We’re receiving lots of questions – very understandably – about how we're dealing with this situation. You’ll find the most frequently asked questions with answers in this email.
Posted on 22 April 2020 by Michiel van der Velden
Heras Mobile Fencing & Security introduces a new Noise Control Barrier in Europe. This temporary sound barrier is the next generation of the Noise Control Barrier that was launched in 2015. The new version is characterised by increased noise reduction, a longer lifespan, and ease of use.
Posted on 07 October 2019 by Suzanne van Bekkers - Vroenhoven
A good fencing plan deals with optimum safety and security, regulating access, enclosing the terrain or road, emergency exit signs, and prevention of a noise nuisance. All of these situations require an event organiser to find a fencing solution. We recommend that you always start by drawing up a fencing plan so you can get a clear understanding of what type of fencing you need and in what quantity. In addition to gaining insight into what you need in terms of fencing, a fencing plan also helps you be cost-efficient. This blog how you arrive at the efficient usage of fencing.
Posted on 04 September 2019 by Stef Manders
Your building site’s entrance should not be an invitation to steal or vandalise. Moreover, your entrance should not cause frustration in the drivers of arriving and departing construction vehicles. An entrance to your building site should impress on authorised visitors to treat the terrain with respect. So, how do you make an obstacle-free and burglar-proof entrance that suits your building site? This blog provides insight into the pros and cons of purchasing a sliding gate, sliding mobile fence, or a swing gate.
Posted on 27 August 2019 by Stef Manders
The Dutch events industry is working overtime. Be it sports, music, culture, lifestyle, food, etc. Thousands of events take place now every year. And, beyond the increase in the number of events, organisations are making events increasingly more massive, vaster, and more exuberant. As a visitor, we want to be more surprised, receive more attention, and also expect the best experience and optimal safety. Fortunately, almost all of the events provide a positive contribution to society. However, we still need to be honest. There are also risks. We need to cross the T’s and dot the I’s to ensure we prevent hazardous situations. Crowd control barriers are a practical means to achieve this goal. In this article, we describe five reasons to rent a crowd control barrier.
Posted on 19 August 2019 by Suzanne van Bekkers - Vroenhoven
Fencing comes in different types and sizes. The large assortment sometimes makes it difficult to make a choice. If you cannot see the wood for the trees, you should consider what your fencing will be used for. For example, safety, security, or as an enclosure, or you want to fence off a building site. And, possibly just as important: are you going to rent or purchase fencing?
Posted on 14 August 2019 by Joost van der Pas
A lot of requirements have to be satisfied at a building site and a lot of things must be taken into account. You must observe all legal requirements and regulations and guarantee the safety of your workers, local residents, and passers-by. You also want to limit criminality and inconvenience to traffic, yet at the same time provide speedy access for authorised individuals. You can deal with all issues in one go when you install the right mobile fences and gates. How can mobile fences provide added value? And, how can fences guarantee safety and security?
Posted on 06 August 2019 by Lou Spierings