Bruks Siwertell has been contracted to replace an existing wood chipper with a new higher-capacity model to increase processing capabilities and maximize efficiency, profitability and sustainability for returning Polish customer, Paged.
Bruks Siwertell’s latest market-changing ship unloader, the port-mobile unloader, can now offer totally enclosed, high-efficiency dry bulk material handling to the alumina, cement and soya meal sectors, as well as grain.
Bruks Siwertell has been awarded a contract to supply the USA-based Colonial Group with a new high-capacity ship unloader. The fully enclosed system will deliver dust-free cement handling for the company’s Savannah, Georgia, terminal, and supports Colonial’s cement import growth.
Bruks Siwertell has launched a new service product that promises to substantially simplify and lower the cost of fitting replacement screws on its market-leading Siwertell ship unloaders.
Bruks Siwertell has secured a prestigious new order that will see the company deliver three new Siwertell ship unloaders to the port of Jurong in Singapore. The trio will join existing Siwertell technology, delivered in the late 1990s, and together they will ensure the environment-friendly handling of Singapore’s cement imports.
Bruks Siwertell has launched a new brand identity designed to reflect the values, combined strengths and capabilities of its products, solutions and services. It includes a new Group logo, which will represent both the Bruks and Siwertell brands in all future communications. “We have grown our business significantly over the last few years and this is a natural stage in our transformation process...
In the latest edition of our customer magazine Bulk Handling News, we reveal how new and existing Bruks Siwertell systems, and our unwavering innovative spirit, dedication to environmental protection and good service continue to serve the industries that call upon our expertise.
Bruks Siwertell has won a contract to supply a new coal unloader to returning customer Quezon Power Ltd Co. Based in the Philippines, Quezon has ordered a high-capacity Siwertell screw-type continuous ship unloader to serve the country’s first supercritical power station.
Bruks Siwertell has signed a contract that will see it deliver a high-capacity coal unloader for Taiwan Power Corporation’s 5,000 MW Taichung power-generation facility.
Bruks Siwertell is monitoring the development of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely and taking all necessary measures to help limit its spread and impact on our operations.