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Siwertell technology and brand is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this year, and since 2018 it has been part of Bruks Siwertell Group. Over the course of the past five decades, Siwertell technology has revolutionized the dry bulk handling industry, eliminating material spillage, minimizing dust emissions, and continuously setting market-leading capacities.
Bruks Siwertell’s latest issue of its company magazine, Bulk Handling News, is now available to read. This year, the company is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of Siwertell unloading technology, and the establishment of the brand. To acknowledge its market impact over the decades, the magazine starts off with an anniversary feature.
Bruks Siwertell Group’s ability to offer dry bulk handling equipment that protects the environment, and its ambitious sustainability efforts, have been recognized, winning this year’s well-respected International Bulk Journal (IBJ) Environment Protection Award (cargo handling).
Bruks Siwertell has secured a contract for the design and supply of a new biocarbon pellet plant, which will replace coal in steelmaking and deliver renewable energy to one of the first ‘green steel’ production facilities of its kind.
Bruks Siwertell has completed the delivery of a run of new Siwertell road-mobile ship unloaders, all now secure efficient, spillage-free cement handling operations at installations in Mexico and North America.
Bruks Siwertell has introduced a new inlet feeder specifically designed to improve the through-ship efficiency of its large-scale VST-940 Siwertell ship unloaders, some of the highest capacity dry bulk handling machines on the market.
Bruks Siwertell has expanded its wood-processing product range with the introduction of the Bruks 1006.3 RT industrial mobile wood chipper. The truck-mounted wood chipping machine has an innovative flexible design, and offers high-capacity chipping capabilities for a range of applications, such as fuel chip production. “Our portfolio of industrial mobile chippers has been developed and optimized...
Bruks Siwertell Group has completed its acquisition of North American engineering company, West Salem Machinery (WSM). The Oregon-based engineering and manufacturing company will continue to operate under its current name as a separate internal division within Bruks Siwertell Group.
“This contract expands Bruks Siwertell’s technology presence in Indonesia,” notes Jörgen Ojeda, Sales Director Mobile Unloaders, Bruks Siwertell. “The two road-mobile models add to a range of Siwertell screw-type dry bulk handling systems already delivered to the region including four large-scale Siwertell ship unloaders and one ship loader.”
Bruks Siwertell has introduced the use of augmented reality (AR) into its planned service agreements for Siwertell road-mobile ship unloaders. The AR glasses allow operators to remotely connect with expert service support, enabling surveyors to have a direct visual link to equipment.