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Your partner for bulk material handling, dedusting and shipping technology

Core Area and Aim of Focus

  • To receive, blend, extract, transport, store and dispatch bulk materials between manufacturing processes – reliable, without restrictions & losses at lowest costs and without spillage & fugitive dust emissions.
Dust free auxiliary transport and dedusting systems

This allows manufacturing/distribution units to be(come) lean, cost efficient and compliant with environmental regulation.

Opportunities for Manufacturing Units

  • To unload/load bulk materials from ships/barges/trains/trucks with highest flexibility, without demurrage charges or waiting time and without fugitive dust emissions.
  • To transport materials between manufacturing processes at full capacity -without manpower, chute blockages or re-handlingand without fugitive dust emissions.
  • To pack bulk materials into bags, at promised weights, without waiting times, stabilized for the transport, protected against ambient conditions and without fugitive dust emissions.
  • To avoid spillages and dust causing excess wear & maintenance costs, cleaning costs and compliance issues.
  • To train the workforce to identify and solve problematic issues.

Services offered

Projects (green and brown field)
  • Definition of project scope for tendering.
  • Design/review of mass-flow, equipment selection and equipment sizing.
  • Evaluation of tender documentations and technical negotiations.
  • Evaluation of project documentations.
  • Installation review (for identifying operational deficiencies or contractual deviations).
  • Support and monitoring during performance guarantee tests.
  • Optimization support beyond project scope.
Existing manufacturing plant
  • Technical de-bottlenecking and optimization audits (root cause failure analyses).
  • Technical due diligence for merger and acquisitions.
  • Support in capacity increase/feasibility projects (refer to Projects).
Workforce development
  • Capacity building and workforce training.

Examples: Typical opportunities with value addition

1. Excess spillage & dust generation:
  • Premature equipment damages, production losses, working environment, environmental compliance, cleaning and repairing downtime and costs.
Excess spillage & dust generation:
Dust affected plants:
Dust emissions
2. Inefficient metal separation:
  • Reduced mill capacity, excess roller wear and damages, vibrations and possible gear-box failures, logistics for contaminated reject material (involving heavy vehicles, manpower and products)
Metal separation in auxiliary transport equipment
3. High inbound and outbound handling cost with low automation:
  • Manual port unloading/loading and transport involving manpower and heavy equipment with re-handling at different storage locations without automation.
Inbound and outbound logistics
4. Reduced production capacity due to auxiliary equipment limitations:
  • Reduced grinding capacity due to conveyors, chute blockages, unexpected break down, high bucket elevator Amp’s or air-slides restrictions.
Downtime of main equipment due to auxiliary transport and dedusting equipment
5. Downtime of main production equipment due to auxiliary equipment.
  • Frequent raw mill stoppages due to unexpected belt conveyor break-down’s.
Weak link in manufacturing
6. Targeted raw material quality not achieved.
  • High lime-saturation/fluctuations due to insufficient blending/mixing in the process chain.
ty variations due to mateial handling equipment
7. Excess wear on equipment:
  • Frequent patch work on conveyor chutes and duct works (causing also wear on surrounding equipment as well as high cleaning costs) with limited manpower requirement.
Frequent wear on equipment
8. Operational and organizational efficiency:
  • Permanent manpower requirement to keep production alive at bin/hopper extraction and conveyor chutes blockages as well as extra maintenance and cleaning jobs.
Permanent Manpower and chute blockages
9. Material dispatch (bulk/bags) limitations or demurrage charges:
  • Waiting times for (customer’s) truck’s to receive purchased products or waiting time to unload raw materials causing very costly demurrage charges.
10. Extreme Seasonal Conditions:
  • Conveyor chute blockages during cold winter or rainy monsoon season hampering production and requiring extra manpower and efforts.
Extreme weather conditions in auxiliary transport systems


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