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The port of Veracruz, in east-central Mexico, is being developed into one of the most advanced port terminals in the world. Accessing global waters via the Gulf of Mexico gateway, the port is undergoing a USD 5 billion redevelopment project, which will quadruple its installed capacity to reach more than 90 million metric tons by 2030.
The global shift towards e-commerce, the replacement of plastic packaging with sustainable fiber-based alternatives, and the continuing drive for bioenergy to reduce reliance on fossil fuels, sees the world’s wood-processing industries needing to meet huge rises in demand.
Siwertell unloaders have a global reputation for reliability and service longevity, and their component screw conveyors offer some of the market’s longest wear times. However, Bruks Siwertell recognizes that any improvements to component lifetimes directly delivers profitability to an operation through reduced maintenance costs.
Bruks Siwertell’s successful foundations were laid at a time of great industrial pioneers, and each of its various brands represents excellence in their field; the oldest of them, Bruks Klöckner GmbH, a Bruks Siwertell company, is now celebrating its 125th year in operation.
This year’s Atlantic hurricane season is predicted to be more fearsome than most; but there is plenty that operators can do to protect their investments, and Bruks Siwertell stands ready to assist. According to the United States’ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), this year’s storm season – typically from the beginning of June to the end of November – will be more dramatic than in previous years.
Bruks Siwertell Bulk Day in Rosario, Argentina was attended by around 30 invited participants, Bulk Day was hosted by Patrik Henryson, Sales Manager, Bruks Siwertell, along with Bruks Siwertell representatives, Julian Luna from South Point Engineering, Argentina, and Leonardo Lemgruber from Brazil.
As part of Bruks Siwertell's research and development strategy, digital tools and functions are being developed. When the Covid-19 pandemic hit, there was a greater need for remote solutions for
Bruks Siwertell waves goodbye to Bengt Estberger, Sales Manager, Siwertell mobile unloaders, retiring after almost 50 years with the company. His dedication serves to show how knowledge and experience is so valuable when trying to find the best solution for customers.
It is not difficult to see the potential. India has over 7,500km of coastline, and hundreds of ports. Part of both the green economy drive and the Maritime India Vision 2030 involves the development of green ports and green shipping in India. This is where Bruks Siwertell can, and is, helping.
The Canadian Government cites that its Canada Port Authorities (CPAs) handled over 340 million tons of cargo in 2020, traded with more than 170 nations, generated billions of dollars in economic output and supported hundreds of thousands of jobs.