Aid and Relief
When big humanitarian aid organisations such as UNICEF, the World Food Programme and the UNHCR respond to humanitarian disasters, the ability to deliver is crucial. Quality halls must therefore be supplied quickly.
When time counts
Some disasters have prior warning, others arise suddenly, but in all instances, it is vital to respond rapidly with good-quality emergency aid equipment. Our clients are UN organisations and voluntary aid organisations with whom we have framework agreements for the supply of warehouses.
Our main product in this context is the WiikHall in its various configurations. It is primarily used for storing and distributing food, as workshops for vehicles and as temporary schools. However, the WiikHall’s flexibility means that it can also house a number of other objectives that can arise during humanitarian crises. O.B. Wiik’s comprehensive list of additional equipment makes the WiikHall suited to use in tropical regions, desert areas and arctic regions.
Ready for operations around the world
A number of pre-positioned warehouses have been established to be able to respond as rapidly as possible. These are strategically located in cities around the world, often in connection to harbours. These cities are Brindisi, Italy; Panama City, Panama; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Accra, Ghana; Kampala, Uganda and Subang, Malaysia; Djibouti and Las Palmas, Spain. In addition, our main warehouse in Norway is centrally located at Skedsmokorset.
Video assembly guide / 1 minute version
A quick version.
Video Assembly guide / 53 minutes speed version
Aid and relief products
This emergency aid hall is 10 metres wide and can be built to an unlimited length in sections of four metres. The sizes most frequently used by the UN and NGOs are 10x24 and 10x32 metres.
A multi-purpose, simple and solid structure which can be used in many emergency aid fields. Quick to assemble – with the length you wish.
WiikHall Instant model
The Instant model is a WiikHall with modifications that makes it particularly suited to the provision of emergency aid. Quick and easy assembly make it fit for use in the field, and it is suited to a large range of purposes.
WiikHall Vision model
This hall is often used as the main warehouse or distribution point for emergency aid. Its substantial storage capacity, solid structure and the possibility of including additional equipment mean that it can house vehicles or emergency aid equipment, including food, water purification systems, tarpaulins, blankets, generators or water tanks – in large volumes.
Aid and Relief
When a crisis first arises, response time is of the essence. Our emergency aid halls and tents are built for rapid assembly under tough conditions and are strategically warehoused in advance in locations around the world.