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Bruks Siwertell has been awarded Aboitiz Power Corporation’s ‘top outstanding vendor’ award within its coal business unit. Based in the Philippines, the company has enjoyed the benefits of Siwertell unloading technology since 2014.
Bruks Siwertell has delivered a high-capacity Siwertell ship unloader to Gramosa Agroalimentos SA, which was ordered in 2018. It will be handling grain for Gramosa Agroalimentos in Veracruz, Mexico.
Bruks Siwertell has delivered a high-capacity Siwertell ST 640-M screw-type ship unloader to South Texas Cement's terminal in the US port of Corpus Christi.
Bruks Siwertell, part of the Bruks Siwertell Group, has delivered a mobile wood chipper to the Korean Forestry Cooperative.
Bruks Siwertell, has won a contract to supply a back-on truck dump receiving system for Douglas Pellets LLC. It will be used to efficiently unload dry peanut hulls at the company’s facility in Pearson, Georgia, in the US, and is planned for delivery in January 2020.
Bruks Siwertell has secured repeat business from US company Martin Operating Partnership, in Beaumont, Texas, in the form of a new ship loader capable of safely and reliably handling sulfur prill at high capacities.
Bruks Siwertell has completed the delivery of a new Siwertell ship unloader for major Philippine grain terminal and handler, Subic Bay Freeport Grain Terminal Services Inc.
Bruks Siwertell has secured a further Siwertell ship unloader order from Israel’s Ashdod Port Company Ltd.
Bruks Siwertell has signed a contract with Ashdod Port Company Ltd for the delivery of a Siwertell ST 490-M screw-type ship unloader destined to serve Israel’s largest sea port.
Bruks Siwertell has completed the on-time installation and successful performance tests of a new 600t/h Siwertell ship unloader at Yara International’s Norwegian fertilizer terminal in Glomfjord; 5 kilometers into the Arctic Circle and home to some of the most tightly-controlled environs in the world.