Heras Temporary Fencing; an introduction

Heras Temporary Fencing is the international expert in temporary and semi-permanent security solutions - a specific specialism that contributes to worry-free building and business. Due, at least in part, to our excellent logistical performance all over Europe, the Middle East, and the USA. This blog will tell you our story of how we became the market leader in temporary fencing & security solutions. 

Posted on 08 April 2021 by Yves Spooren    Temporary Fencing


Transporting & storing temporary fences

5 reasons why it pays to invest in transport racks

Once you wrap up a construction project the next step is to dismantle the temporary fences and transport them. If they're not immediately needed on another site or event, the fences go into storage. Transport racks come in handy for both transport and temporary storage alike. At first glance, these frames may appear unimpressive, but they have a number of advantages which our experts are pleased to explain below.  

Posted on 16 November 2020 by Michiel van der Velden    Project securityWorking safely and sustainably


New fully automatic welding line

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 July 2020 by Yves Spooren    Fencing opportunitiesHERAS Mobile


COVID-19 update

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    Fencing opportunities


Loading and unloading fencing: safety first

It is generally understood that safety comes first. This is no different when loading and unloading fences. Ensuring safety at precisely this point is important. Safety regulations have been drawn up to ensure the safety of people and cargo. These regulations must be observed so that no dangerous situations arise when loading and unloading fences.

Roel Meuldijk, safety expert for Heras Mobile, on safety when loading and unloading: “Speed is important but certainly not the most important thing; that’s safety!”

The only way to prevent accidents is by observing the safety regulations.

Posted on 16 April 2020 by Roel Meuldijk    HERAS MobileFencing possibilities


Green fencing in our sights

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 witehouse, but fortunately increasingly more often in United States industry and households. And also in the fencing industry.

Posted on 02 April 2020 by Arjan Zegelaar    Project security


Optimize experience and safety with event fencing

Heras Mobile provides solutions for a multitude of events. Joep Coenen, Business Unit Manager at Heras Mobile, gives another perspective to delivering event fencing. We don’t think in terms of the product, but in terms of the ‘journey’ that the visitor makes on and around the site. This gives a surprisingly different view of fencing. Well-fitting fencing contributes to a safe major event without escalations. “Provided that you understand the needs of the guests and anticipate these,” says Joep.

Posted on 19 March 2020 by Stef Manders    Project securityRegulationsFencing opportunities


Keep noticed with a customized temporary fence

Construction sites are everywhere and people don’t even seem to notice it anymore. To make a mark and let your competition know you’re working there, you can customize your city fence for example. Instead of a boring metallic product you can steal the show with your own design. Entering the construction site feels more personal now.

Instead of the usual entrance to a construction or building site you can give customers and suppliers a more personal welcome. Besides your own name plates on a fence you can also personalize banners and sliding gates to your liking.

Posted on 05 March 2020 by Yves Spooren    Access control