Møllerodden is known worldwide for its quality onshore and offshore lifting equipment. The company was established in 1960 and continues to build its reputation for high quality and quick delivery of different kinds of sheaves, blocks and swivels.
Sales and design is carried out by the company alongside Brødrene Haukås Mek, while Verksted serves as manufacturer and owner.
The Company was first established in the early 1960’s, and the “Møllerblokk” lifting block became a familiar brand that was sold in large numbers. The lifting blocks, more commonly referred to as “Møllerblokks”, are still in production to this day.
Møllerodden AS is owned by Brødrene Haukås Mek. Verksted AS, which for the past 40 years has been and still is Møllerodden’s main sub-supplier and manufacturer.
Møllerodden, with its range of specialised products, still delivers lifting equipment on a large scale to offshore and onshore cranes, oil rigs and fishing trawlers. The company’s strengths are quality and fast delivery. In co-operation with Brødrene Haukås, it can design and produce everything according to the customer’s wishes. All production takes place within Norway.
Brødrene Haukås was established in 1966 and has 25 employees. The company has manufactured Møllerodden products for more than 40 years, and can perform turning, milling, welding and assembly of high-skill products. From 1987 to 2004, Brødrene Haukås was the most important sub-supplier for Møllerodden, a company that has had lots of different owners since 1960. However, since 2011, Møllerodden has been owned by Brødrene Haukås.
The company is in possession of a large and complete archive of technical drawings dating back to the 1970s. This is a great advantage, as Møllerodden regularly receives requests from customers who want exactly the same type of equipment or parts that have previously been designed and manufactured by the company.
Møllerodden delivers blocks and sheaves of all sizes. The complete product range includes:
- Blocks (all types and sizes)
- Sheaves (all sizes)
- Guiding blocks
All products delivered by the company are produced according to Sjøfartsdirektoratet (SFT) and Norwegian standards. All blocks, hooks and swivels are delivered with a load test certificate.
Service and maintenance of both the company’s own and other products are an important part of the business. Møllerodden’s repair and maintenance business is enjoying increasing numbers of new customers due to the fact that the company is considered a partner in the maintenance of Brødrene Haukås products.
Møllerodden AS is known for being a worldwide high quality supplier of lifting equipment to the offshore and onshore industry. The Company was established in the 1960’s and continues to take pride in being known for high quality products and efficient deliveries. Having been in business for more than 50 years, Møllerodden has built a reputation for being a market leader of various sheaves, blocks and swivels.
Møllerodden’s strengths are the design and delivery of high quality, specialized products in a timely and efficient manner. All production takes place at Brødrene Haukås Mek. Verksted AS in Norway.
Brødrene Haukås Mek. Verksted AS was founded in 1966 and currently employs 25 people with high levels of skills in in turning, lathing, milling, welding and assembly. Brødrene Haukås Mek. Verksted has been Møllerodden’s most significant sub-supplier and manufacturer for the past 40 years.
Møllerodden has had several different owners, but was bought by Brødrene Haukås Mek. Verksted AS in 2011.
Møllerodden is fortunate to possess an extensive archive of technical drawings that dates all the way back to the 1970’s. This is a great advantage for clients who keep requesting the same type of equipment or parts that were designed and manufactured by Møllerodden a long time ago.
Together with Brødrene Haukås Mek. Verksted AS, Møllerodden is able to design and deliver lifting equipment exactly according to customer specific demands. Møllerodden therefore has vast a range of specialized products that are delivered to the offshore industry, as well as onshore cranes, oil rigs and fishing fleet.