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ABUS cranes in the world’s most modern production facility for telescopic conveyors in Latvia
Caljan, the Latvian subsidiary of the Danish manufacturer of conveyor belts, have equipped their new production facility with 13 ABUS EOT cranes and two ABUS jib cranes.
Fit for the future with flexible production: Mink Bürsten install ABUS EOT cranes in new plant
Technical brushes in machinery and plant engineering may not always be quite so obvious but you cannot do without them in almost all areas whether it be cleaning and deburring, smoothing, sealing, transporting or labelling. Technical brushes make sure that components and conveyor belts are clean, surfaces are finished and plants and rooms are protected from dust and dirt.
Swiss distributor of stainless steel products uses ABUS EOT cranes
16 ABUS EOT cranes glow fiery red in the facilities of Swiss company HANS KOHLER AG, as fiery red as the red-hot stainless steel in a foundry. The HANS KOHLER AG is able to look back on a long company tradition: Kohler has been dealing in stainless steel for one hundred years and counts among the leading stainless steel distributors in Switzerland today.
Swedish manufacturer of compressors and pumps installs ABUS cranes
112 years of company history and many hundreds of patents bear testimony to the success and the innovative strength of the company SRM Svenskar Rotor Maskiner. Only four years after the company was founded SRM saw their turbines installed in the London underground. Subsequently the construction and design of steam and gas turbines was revolutionised.
Investing in the future with ABUS EOT cranes: a Polish manufacturer of generators did just that
The company FOGO sp.z.o.o. is the largest manufacturer of power generators in Poland. In 2003 FOGO started their production in Wilkowice, west of the capital Warsaw, and continued to increase their market share in the following years. FOGO offers a wide range of gasoline and diesel powered generators in the power range between 2 kW and 2.5 MW.
Renowned French yacht builder equips its production with ABUS EOT cranes
The French shipbuilding company “Construction Navale Bordeaux” was founded in 1987 and forms part of the Bénéteau Group. Construction Navale Bordeaux build sailing and motor yachts between 18 and 24 metres long using composite materials.
HB suspended rail systems and ABUS EOT crane in pump factory
The company BOMBAS BOYSER located in the Spanish Sant Feliu de Codines, north of Barcelona, was founded in 1993 and incorporated into the German group ProMinent GmbH in 2009. BOMBAS BOYSER export their products into more than 35 countries worldwide and they keep growing as they have right from their beginning.
ABUS EOT and jib cranes at Swedish manufacturer of special profiles
The profiles of the Swedish company Stålprofil AB are an important safety feature in public buildings and services: built into doors, entry areas or dividing walls they remain mostly invisible but have important safety functions such as being fire insulating or bullet resistant. Stålprofil AB has developed from family business into worldwide active supplier during the company’s history since its inception in 1987.
ABUS EOT cranes at TCI Cutting, world leader in industrial laser and water jet cutting systems
One customer – one solution: this is the motto onto which TCI Cutting’s company philosophy is built. TCI Cutting is a Smart company with headquarters including production in Valencia on Spain’s east coast. The company is the world leader when it comes to solutions that require industrial laser and water jet cutting systems.
Small cranes with big impact: ABUS jib cranes in a sheltered workshop in Norway
The non-profit organisation Via Partner in Kristiansand in the very south of Norway train people with intellectual disabilities in their workshops in order to make them fit for diverse tasks in the working process. Depending on the degree of disability the people require more or less support from their care workers and other technical aids.