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Bulk handling news, issue 2, 2024

Out now: latest edition of Bulk Handling News

12 Jun 2024

The latest issue of Bruks Siwertell’s company magazine, Bulk Handling News, is now available to read, and the positive position of the company continues. “It is what we had hoped for, and it is definitely showing; we are stronger together,” says Peter Jonsson, CEO, Bruks Siwertell Group. 

“When we embarked on our merger and the establishment of Bruks Siwertell Group in 2018, we anticipated that our strengths and capabilities would complement both brands, enabling long-term growth, and diversifying into markets where we believe that our technology can make a difference,” Jonsson continues.

“This latest magazine reflects just a fraction of the extent to which our current position is meeting and even surpassing, the expectations of that hope six years ago. As a company, we are experiencing fantastic development and financial growth,” he adds.

Bruks Siwertell continues to invest in major developments including everything from its sustainability work, which is not only a corporate responsibility, but also a social and environmental one, to strategic acquisitions, such as welcoming onboard colleagues, products and services from West Salem Machinery (WSM) in the USA. 

“Strengthening our wood processing capabilities at a time when the world needs renewable sources is important,” notes Jonsson. Features in the magazine highlight Bruks Siwertell’s support of new technologies and industries within the biofuel and energy sectors, for example. In addition to this, the company’s capacity to deliver market-leading solutions for biomass handling in port terminals is at the forefront of the industry, helping power generators transition away from coal.

In addition to outlining Bruks Siwertell’s ongoing commitment to its sustainability work, the issue also documents the unique advantages and huge cost savings that Siwertell technology offers the alumina industry; features first-hand operator experiences; and highlights how dedicated thought-leadership shapes Bruks Siwertell’s Bjuv-based business unit.

You can read about this and other industry news throughout the magazine via this link; a printed copy is available upon request.

Malin Pekberg
Marketing Manager, Bruks Siwertell

Malin Pekberg


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