Hansen Protection has a strong position within personal protection and coated textiles, and has demonstrated significant growth over several decades, always with continued focus on safeguarding personnel in harsh environments. Hansen Protection’s expertise in advanced and coated textiles is applicable for a range of product areas and industries. Through organic growth initiatives and acquisitions, Hansen Protection has taken significant steps towards becoming a diversified and leading European harsh environment personal protection equipment player, an ambition the company will continue to pursue going forward, fueled by a continued rebound in the oil and gas industry and Hansen Protection’s attractive offering in a large and fragmented protective rainwear market. Hansen Protection will continue to grow its business by:
Hansen Protection designs and manufactures advanced survival suits, emergency suits and other harsh environment suits and life jackets for various work and niche applications. The survival equipment is provided to customers either through integrated services (a pay-per-use rental model), and through direct and distributor sales. Hansen Protection is a market leader of integrated services of survival suits and other harsh environment suits in its current European geographies and have a particularly strong position on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
Hansen Protection designs, manufactures and sells protective rainwear tailored for a wide range of industries. The company’s protective rainwear products are divided into four segments: Basic protective rainwear, High-visibility protective rainwear, Flame retardant and electric ARC resistant rainwear and Insulated protective rainwear.
Marine & Special Products
Hansen Protection produces and sells customised textile products, including boat canopies, seating solutions and textile-based industrial products to customers within oil and gas, defence and agriculture. Hansen Protection’s product offering of boat canopies are manufactured from coated textiles, and are primarily sold to end-users in Norway and Sweden.