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ArcelorMittal orders another Aumund Drag Chain Conveyor Type Louise

Aumund Drag Chain Conveyor, type Louise TKF, in ArcelorMittal’s João Monlevade plant in Brazil (1998)
Conveyor Order
The steel maker ArcelorMittal is building on proven solutions and reliable partners in Brazil. About 20 years ago, a shock-pressure-proof drag chain conveyor was ordered for Brazil from Louise Fördertechnik before this company was acquired by Aumund Fördertechnik GmbH, and now Aumund has won an order for another drag chain conveyor type Louise TKF. The shock-pressure-proof design of its predecessor was no longer required for the new model because of the change in classification of the plant segment. The dispatch of the machine is planned for June 2017.

New Flyingbelt System combines Cable Way and Belt Conveyor

Sempertrans and Agudio have developed a completely new system for bulk transportation over long distances — the "Flyingbelt", a combination of ropeway and conveyor belt.
Belt Conveyor Technology
Sempertrans, part of Semperit Group, together with Aguido, a brand of the Italian ropeway manufacturer Leitner ropeways, developed a new system for bulk transportation over long distances — the 'Flyingbelt', a combination of ropeway and conveyor belt. The unique conveyor belt suspended on ropes connects a limestone mine in South Eastern Brazil with a cement plant owned by LafargeHolcim.

Rema Tip Top acquired Australian Conveyor Maintenance Company

"We want to become the service provider number one for the Australian mining industry," says Thorsten Wach, CEO of Rema Tip Top.
Belt Conveyor Services
Rema Tip Top AG, a globally operating system provider of services and products in the field of conveying and treatment technology as well as in the automotive sector, has acquired a majority interest in the Australian company ConvaTech. Together, Rema Tip Top and ConvaTech will form one of the largest conveyor service organisations on the resource-rich continent, the company says.

New USD 10.2 million Bulk Handling Facility at the Port of Liverpool

Work on the first phase of construction of Newport Industries' new bulk handling facility at the Port of Liverpool will begin February 2016.
Dry Bulk Cargo
Newport Industries is set to invest GBP 7 million (approx. USD 10.2 million) in the creation of a new bulk handling facility at the Port of Liverpool, to service increased demand from its North West customer base. The facility at Canada Branch Dock will allow the global firm — which specialises in importing dry bulk chemicals to the glass, adhesive, detergents, chemicals and feed industries — to meet increasing demand.

Sixth Siwertell Continuous Ship Unloader for Mai-Liao Power Plant

Siwertell will deliver a ST 940 DOB-type continuous ship unloader with a rated coal unloading capacity of 2000 t/h for the Mai-Liao power plant in Taiwan.
Continuous Ship Unloading
Siwertell, part of Cargotec, has secured a contract to supply a sixth continuous ship unloader for the Mai-Liao power plant in Taiwan. Five large Siwertell unloaders are currently in operation supplying coal to the 4200 MW facility, the third largest in the country. Three of the unloaders were delivered in 2001 and two in 2006. This latest order was booked in Cargotec's 2015 third quarter order intake.

Fully assembled Bedeschi Ship Loader leaves Port of Venice

The 500 t Bedeschi ship loader is set to go to the port of Corpus Christi in Texas (USA), the sixth-ranking American port in terms of goods handling, located in the Gulf of Mexico.
Ship Loading & Unloading
One of the largest project cargo ever to depart from the port of Venice has left the docks of the Multi Service terminal in Venice carrying an iron ore ship loader entirely designed and realized by Bedeschi. The ship loader has a loading arm as long as 50 m and weighs a total of 500 t and it is set to go to the port of Corpus Christi in Texas (USA), the sixth-ranking American port in terms of goods handling, located in the Gulf of Mexico.

Siemens supplies the World's biggest gearless Conveyor Drive System

At the the Cuajone Mine in Peru a belt conveyor will replace a railway system currently used to transport the ore out of the mine to the processing plant.
Belt Conveyor Drive Systems
Siemens supplies the world's biggest gearless conveyor drive system to the Cuajone Mine in Peru which is operated by the Mexican mining company Southern Copper Corporation (SCC). The gearless drive technology enables the use of a conveyor belt system with a total installed power of 12,000 KW. Siemens was chosen by ThyssenKrupp to supply the electrical package in mid-2014.

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