CORROSION and ProCon today announced a new strategic partnership to enhance their Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) system offering to customers around the world.

By teaming up, CORROSION and ProCon will be able to better serve customers through a larger combined network of local offices to offer local content and local know-how, together with providing more detailed technical information about their ICCP systems.

“CORROSION is delighted to announce that it is partnering with ProCon,” said Niels Ros, Manager Offshore Wind at CORROSION. “We are proud to be the world’s leading provider of ICCP systems for wind turbines, and share ProCon’s focus on sustainability. By teaming up with ProCon, we will be able to draw on one another’s considerable experience and expertise, which will mean even better ICCP solutions and service levels for our many customers.”

“We are excited to be partnering with CORROSION, a company with which we have a long-standing working relationship,” said Thomas Padfield, Head of Brand & Brand Development. “By working closer together, we will be able to offer greater value for our customers in terms of quality, transparency, efficiency, interface minimization and cost competitiveness. What’s more, this partnership will enable us to support larger and more sustainable solutions across the world.”

The partnership builds on a strong joint track record, with CORROSION and ProCon already having worked together on ICCP systems for over 500 wind turbine foundations worldwide.

For more information, please visit CORROSION at Electric City 2021 in Copenhagen [at stands C2-A1 and E D-54 respectively]. Which runs from 23 to 25 November 2021. Alternatively, contact Niels Ros or Thomas Padfield


Notes to editors

The partnership brings together two leaders in their respective fields.

CORROSION is an internationally recognized leader in anti-corrosion and anti-fouling solutions based in Moerkapelle, the Netherlands. In 2007, CORROSION was the first company in the world to utilize Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP) technology to protect turbine foundations. It continues to be the market leader, supplying over 3,000 ICCP systems worldwide, helping to protect wind turbines everywhere from Europe to North America and Asia.

ProCon is an international ISO9001, ISO14001, ISO45001 and UN SDG certified company that specializes in providing high-quality electrical and technical solutions to the global renewable industry, both onshore and offshore.

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