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Stacker reclaimer upgrades offer reliable, safe, improved performance 

Bruks reclaimer
27 Oct 2023

The combined, automated technology, of Bruks stacker reclaimers makes them extremely cost-effective and efficient, and they substantially reduce the environmental impact of storing and reclaiming dry bulk materials, in comparison with manually managed piles.

Flowing freight: harnessing the potential of river transportation

Siwertell road-mobile ship unloader
18 Oct 2023

Better use of inland waterways, and a modal shift towards barges, could be very good for the environment, according to research by the World Bank. Transferring just five percent of cargo volumes carried by road onto inland waterway transport (IWT), it says, could cut annual carbon emissions by around 60 megatons.

Warehouse improvements enhance personnel working conditions 

Bruks Siwertell warehouse
  • Sustainability initiative
  • Social logo
9 Oct 2023

Warehouses demand a lot of the personnel that operate within them. Part of Bruks Siwertell’s strategy for continuous improvement has recently seen the warehouse environment in Bjuv, Sweden, undergo a series of systematic improvements, working towards the Group’s sustainability targets of enhanced health and safety measures and zero workplace accidents.

Electric vehicle charging stations support cleaner commuting strategy

Charging poles for cars
  • Sustainability initiative
  • Environmental logo
29 Sep 2023

Bruks Siwertell Group’s Bjuv-based business unit in Sweden has recently fitted 24 electric vehicle charging points for personnel use. They are part of the Group’s strategy for reducing its carbon emissions by 50 percent by 2030.

Beneath the veneer are sustainability and profitability benefits 

Bruks Siwertell panel board production
  • Sustainability initiative
  • Environmental logo
18 Sep 2023

Sustainability does not need to stand in opposition to profitability. At Bruks Siwertell we believe that both are possible, and nowhere is this more clearly demonstrated than in the wood-processing industry, where stakeholders work hard to make the most of the resources available.

Major environmental and efficiency advantages on offer to India’s fast-growing dry bulk markets

Siwertell ship unloader
11 Sep 2023

India has over 7,500 km of coastline, and hundreds of ports. So, within this picture, its dry bulk sector plays a pivotal role; approximately 350 million metric tons of dry bulk were imported in 2019 and around 75 million metric tons exported in the same year.

How can we help you?

Bruks Siwertell service
25 Aug 2023

By teaming up with customers through service programs, offering everything from equipment inspections and training to preventative maintenance and telephone support, customers can maximize their operational potential and increase overall value.

Our sustainability agenda: intensive, ambitious and collaborative

Girl pointing at SDG circle
  • Sustainability initiative
  • Governance logo
18 Aug 2023

Over the last eighteen months, Bruks Siwertell has significantly deepened its sustainability agenda, developing a robust, measurable and accountable sustainability strategy, which is now road-mapped with goals and ambitions in place.

Long service lives: a design prerequisite 

Bruks Siwertell replacing slewing bearing
7 Aug 2023

The Port of Leith is the largest enclosed deepwater port in Scotland, and serves as a staging point for offshore windfarms, as well as oil and gas platforms in the North Sea. It also handles a diverse array of shipments, which include project and ro-ro cargoes, recycling and cars, as well as dry bulk materials.

USA-based offices implement enhanced sustainability measures 

Sustainability footprints
  • Sustainability initiative
  • Environmental logo
12 Jul 2023

Bruks Siwertell Group is aiming to reduce its carbon emissions by 50 percent by 2030, in comparison to levels recorded in 2019, and switch to 100 percent renewable electricity in the same seven-year timeframe.