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With winter temperatures dropping down to more than minus 20 degrees Celsius, Domtar’s Espanola paper mill, located on the banks of the Spanish River in Northern Ontario, Canada, knows what it takes to successfully operate all-year-round, whatever the weather.
Dry bulk handling equipment lasts for decades, so a long-term view and comparing the right figures at the point of investment will pay dividends, potentially saving an operator millions of dollars, explains Jonas Fack, President, Bruks Siwertell AB.
Around half of US cement imports are handled by Siwertell ship unloaders, and with the country preparing for a massive program of infrastructure spending to promote growth and recovery, Bruks
Grain handling can be a dusty business: ADM’s Ama facility left dust and spillage behind with the installation of enclosed ship loading systems from Bruks Siwertell; three years on and the site is setting new standards in efficiency and environmental protection.
“All required maintenance was carried out during a period when the mill would not otherwise be trading, meaning that all machines were up and running when it was time to resume, and the customer lost no time to maintenance at all,” he notes.
The past decade has seen Israel’s port facilities undergo a gradual transformation; terminals are replacing outdated dry bulk handling equipment, and in its place, modern systems are offering vastly improved efficiencies, reliability and environmental protection.
Reputation is everything; each supplier in the chain needs companies and equipment it can rely on, recently benefiting from the quick delivery of a tailored dolomite stockpiling system is Lhoist North America
Salt, or to give it its chemical name, sodium chloride (NaCl), is far more than just a condiment.
Industries are at the forefront of change and possess incredible power to implement positive shifts. For us, we recognize that we work in environmentally intensive sectors, making environmental protection even more pertinent.
“In Germany, apprenticeship schemes, which offer young people professional qualifications upon their completion, are essential pillars for both trainees and companies.