Hundreds of Siwertell installations support our claims
When you are looking for a new supplier, you need more than just ‘sales talk’. There are hundreds of Siwertell installations in use worldwide, many of which have been operating for several decades. These references convincingly support all that you will hear from our sales team about the reliability, efficiency and environment-friendly performance of our unloaders, loaders and conveyors.
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Alumina unloading for Aluminij Mostar in Croatia.
Siwertell ship unloaders are ideal for alumina handling, providing a highly efficient and environmentally-sound operation. Aluminj Mostar in Croatia is using a Siwertell road-mobile unloader for their aluminium production plant. To read the full case story, please click here.
West Palm Beach
Cement unloading for Cemex in the US.
Cemex Inc. is using two gantry-mounted mechanical Siwertell 10 000 S unloaders for their cement handling sites in Wilmington and West Palm Beach in Florida, US. Each unit is fitted with a pneumatic conveying system. To read the full case story, please click here.
Grain unloading increases terminal grain intake for Jorf Lasfar in Morocco.
Jorf Lasfar is using two Siwertell ship unloaders for their grain terminal in Morocco, increasing the grain intake as well as improving the surrounding environment during operation. To read the full case story, please click here.
Cement unloading for Hormigones in Spain.
The Siwertell road-mobile unloader is an excellent choice when loading of bulk materials into trucks is required. The dual-loading bellows system is automatic and allows for highly efficient non-stop loading. Hormigones in Spain uses this model for unloading cement from 15,000 dwt ships. To read the full case story, please click here.
Biomass and coal handled with the same ship unloader for TP Utilities in Singapore.
The demand for biomass handling equipment continues to rise as power plants seek to improve their environmental credentials by co-firing and burning both coal and biomass. TP Utilities in Singapore has chosen to use a Siwertell ship unloader due to its capability of handling both materials with one machine, as well as its totally enclosed conveyors, leaving a clean and safe port environment. To read the full case story, please click here.
Soya bean and corn unloading for Bunge Brazil in Brazil.
This new terminal was constructed to increase the export capacity for soya beans grown in Brazil’s Mato Gross State and transported to the coast by truck and barge. The Siwertell ship unloader that Bunge Brazil chose for the terminal handles soya beans, soya meal and corn. To read the full case story, please click here.
Extremely high cement unloading capacity provided for Houston Cement Co. in Houston, US.
This cement handling terminal, owned by Houston Cement Company in the US, includes unloading and storage in silos of 100,000t in total. With low cost for maintenance and power consumption, the heavy-duty Siwertell ship unloader operating here is exceptionally suitable for the terminals’ high yearly through put. To read the full case story, please click here.
Sulphur and fertilizer unloading in Bhubaneswar, India.
The port environment has improved heavily in Bhubaneswar since the installation of a Siwertell ship unloader. Paradeep Phosphates Limited, that ranks as one of Asia’s second largest producers of DAP, believes that environment protection is a mainstream function of any business enterprise. To read the full case story, please click here.
Black & Veach
Coal unloading for Black & Veach on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.
A new coal-fired power plant has been built to power communities in and around the city of Davao in the Philippines. Black & Veach have opted for a Siwertell ship unloader to handle the coal, providing a highly efficient, clean and reliable operation. To read the full case story, please click here.
Coal unloading for large power plant in South Korea.
Four high-capacity Siwertell coal unloaders are operating next to each other at the Yonghung power Plant in South Korea, providing an efficient and environment-friendly operation. To read the full case story, please click here.
Sulfur handling - Anglo Base Metals, Namibia
Anglo Base Metals faced some interesting challenges when it wanted to receive regular sulfur bulk cargoes at a small Namibian port used predominantly by the fishing industry. Read how Siwertell’s unique combination of capabilities made it possible. Read more >>
Iron ore handling - Arrium One Steel, Australia
International mining and materials company Arrium turned to Siwertell when it needed to double its annual Australian iron ore export capability to 12 million metric tons. With a short lead time and important environmental aspects to address, good logistical planning was vital to a successful outcome. Read more >>
Grain handling - Bega, Lithuania
Some dry bulk handling facilities stand out as industry benchmarks, the Siwertell-designed agri-bulk terminal in Klaipéda, Lithuanian, is one such example. Owned and operated by major stevedoring company, Bega, it is a showcase for tailor-made dry bulk handling systems that have been perfectly matched for efficiency and minimal environmental impact. Since its commissioning, the highly-automated terminal has doubled Bega’s dry bulk cargo throughput. Read more >>
Fertilizer handling - IFFCO Paradeep, India
A major Indian fertilizer producer wanted to increase its raw-material unloading capacity at the same time as it faced up to the need to slash the pollution generated by its activities. Read how Siwertell helped this customer and others in a similar position to achieve their aims. Read more >>
Biomass/Coal handling - Immingham, UK
As power-generating companies turn to biomass for more sustainable operations, it makes good commercial sense to install an unloader that can handle all types of fuel. This is exactly what Associated British Ports needed for its Immingham Renewable Fuels Terminal. A multi-fuel capability was one advantage delivered by a Siwertell ship unloader; clean, gentle, high-capacity unloading of up to six million metric tons of biomass a year were the others. Read more >>