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The Latvian company NK Tehnologija has been involved in a rather unique, and very successful project, for its client at the Port of Ust-Luga in Russia.
Goods can now be screened at the last moment before transfer
Leading rotary cutter manufacturer Rokla expands into the crusher and screening bucket sector with the acquisition of Austrian specialist Hartl Engineering & Marketing.
The fumigation of grain cargoes using certain pesticides, namely plant protection products, may not be effective in controlling insect larvae, resulting in cargo damage or loss.
Hitachi enhances durability and safety of ZW180-6 and ZW220-6 wheel loaders for special applications
Mantsinen Group, specializing in material handling machines and logistic services, will invest over 12 million euros in their factory facilities and equipment.
Cargotec’s MacGregor has received clearance from the Chinese competition regulator for the acquisition of the marine and offshore businesses of TTS Group
ASGCO® “Complete Conveyor Solutions” announces the latest addition to our line of Secondary Belt Cleaner products.
B&W’s Submerged Grind Conveyor enables realization of operation efficiencies and maintenance costs improvements
Cooper Specialised Handling has confirmed delivery of the world’s largest hydraulic crane to Belfast Harbour and that it has entered service.
thyssenkrupp aims to be climate neutral from 2050 onwards. As early as 2030 the Group plans to cut emissions from production and outsourced energy by around 30 percent.
Bruks Siwertell has completed installation of a new 600t/h Siwertell ship unloader at Yara International’s Norwegian fertilizer terminal in Glomfjord; 5 kilometers into the Arctic Circle
HES Gdynia Bulk Terminal SP (HES Gdynia), ordered an eco-efficient Konecranes Gottwald Model 6 mobile harbour crane for continuous duty bulk handling.
FLSmidth has won a contract to deliver a greenfield cement plant to a new customer in Morocco. The contract is worth DKK 335 million.
The idea of moving bulk product in containers is growing in popularity, and the cargoes being transported in this way include coal.
TAKRAF Africa is handing over a complete woodchip conveying package as part of an expansion to a specialized cellulose production facility in South Africa.
Hapman case study: The art and science of handling controlled, functional explosive material
Environmentally friendly grabs are gaining in importance