Prove engineering provides process design and applied chemical engineering to the chemical, food and pharmaceutical industry. We are experts in identifying and implementing technical solutions for the optimization of operational costs, product quality and production capacity. We can advise on process design during the early stages of a project and have the ability to guide the new process all the way up to commissioning. We enjoy puzzling as long as it takes to find the optimal solution for your processes and equipped with our chemical, mechanical and process engineering background there is a big chance we will solve all of your puzzles.
Jos van der Gugten
Part of caring responsibly for Prove Engineering is caring for the environment we operate in and being aware of the impact our actions have on that environment. Last month, the intergovernmental panel on climate change IPCC issued their 6th assessment report that painted a grim outlook of global warming developing at an increasing rate, leading Read more about Prove & Trees for all[…]
Finally we were able to meet-up again after all the Corona measures were dropped. Lean as we are we managed to escape the bee queen with only 26 seconds left on the clock.
It was probably last summer between the first and the second COVID-19 wave and international holidays were finally allowed again, that it dawned on us that going on holiday was a luxury we could hardly afford as many of the projects we were working on, peaked around that time. Such is the fate of our Read more about Prove Engineering goes international[…]
One of our clients located in the Moerdijk industrial area had developed a project to further enhance their plant safety. Among other aspects, changing gear boxes and motors and improvement of production hall ventilation were specifically targeted. Prove Engineering were asked to provide project management support and manage the installation on site. Working with SPIE Read more about Project focus – Ewout Feenstra[…]
It´s hard to believe, but at June 8th it´s 5 years already since Elwin and I set sail on this joint venture called Prove Engineering. They say that time flies when you´re having fun, so I suppose it´s no surprise that it only feels like yesterday that we signed the founding paperwork for Prove Engineering. Read more about Prove Engineering Lustrum[…]
In our childhood and teenage years we grow as we get older. The same goes for Prove Engineering. Since our conception in 2015, we’ve grown modestly but steadily, from the 2 founding fathers in 2015 to the team of 4 process engineers we are today. When we set sail in 2015 we didn’t aim to Read more about A new loot to the Prove Engineering tree[…]
Dutch cuisine probably wouldn’t rank high on a global culinary hitlist, if such a list were to exist. We might win our fellow Earthlings over with our pastries, like ‘stroopwafels’ or ‘poffertjes’ or with the chocolate sprinkles that we put on our sandwiches, but ‘hutspot met klapstuk’, ‘boerenkool met worst’ en ‘Hollandse Nieuwe’ require advanced Read more about Prove Engineering @ KraftHeinz[…]
We’re probably not the first to note the similarities between managing a start-up business and raising your first child. The lack of formal qualifications required to becoming an entrepreneur or a parent and the teething problems associated with both are just 2 examples. Sticking with the metaphore, supposedly, finding a school or arranging birthday parties for your child Read more about Prove Engineering family expansion[…]
Most if not all manufacturers of foods and food ingredients will claim that their product is safe and that it has been manufactured by a food safety-controlled process. After all, how can one assure foods or food ingredients are safe if the production method used to make them, is not controlled? To help food (ingredient) Read more about Prove Engineering join HDN-platform[…]
Most of us will have played with toy boats in the bath tub or in a nearby stream at one time or other. Some of us may have taken up sailing later in life based on those first experiences and others may have lost interest, but anyone that has ever played with a toy boat will acknowledge Read more about Prove Engineering & Marin’s Sling Project[…]