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Bruks Siwertell’s commitment to ongoing stakeholder dialogues takes shape in a number of ways; Bulk Day Seminars are one of them. This year’s Bulk Day Seminar schedule started with an event held in Veracruz, in east-central Mexico; a hub port that accesses global waters via the Gulf of Mexico gateway.
The RU 14-4 was an ideal choice for the exhibition. It can be used across a wide range of applications including the pallet, panelboard and furniture industries, sawmills, carpentry businesses and wood fiber-packaging manufacturing.
The first of a series of workshops has been carried out to highlight the importance of, and establish broader dialogues about, Bruks Siwertell’s renewed company values, which are: impact, commitment and teamwork. Tasks built on knowledge, enhanced teamwork and enabled personnel’s voices to be heard.
It is our mission to help operators reduce environmental impact, minimize daily operating costs, and boost productivity and therefore, profitability. Our enclosed Siwertell dry bulk handling systems not only offer the most environment-friendly solution on the market, they also deliver on cost-savings. Here is how:
Happy, healthy people create happy, sustainable companies. Our first voluntary health challenge, carried out on the Challengize app, has resulted in an 8.2 percent increase in physical activity as well as immeasurable fun.
The influx of digital tools on the market goes to show the value that data holds, but data for data’s sake is of little use. Only when something is understood
As the United States (US) embarks on a drive to improve its infrastructure, the demand for cement has boomed. As a result, a number of companies are looking to increase capacity and equip themselves with enclosed Siwertell ship unloaders that meet both volume increases and environmental protection.
To reduce climate impact, Bruks Siwertell has a target to halve its carbon emissions by 2030, in comparison to levels recorded in 2019. As part of this goal, one of its companies, Bruks Klöckner GmbH, has switched to a green energy supplier, making it 100 percent powered from renewable sources.
The ship unloader is a key piece of terminal equipment, and its design and efficiency substantially influence OpEx. For example, by preventing spillage and dust emissions, and therefore the unnecessary loss of cargo, operators minimize waste and they receive all of a shipment.
“For 2023, we have clear short-term goals that we aim to achieve,” says Peter Jonsson, CEO, Bruks Siwertell Group. “Environmentally, we have developed new targets for renewable energy sources and we will continue with climate calculations throughout the business, as well as those in the value chain