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Zoeller Tech in Poland chooses ABUS crane systems
Manufacturers value quality and choose transport systems that meet certain standards with regard to service life and reliability. ABUS cranes and lifting systems fulfil these requirements.
Brunvoll in Norway has ABUS crane retrofitted with second hoist
The Norwegian company Brunvoll A/S at Molde on the west coast of Norway is steeped in tradition: in their own company-owned museum they can look back on well over one hundred years of eventful company history. Today Brunvoll A/S is one of the world leaders in the sphere of propulsion and manoeuvring of shipping vessels.
Employing ABUS cranes in the service of heavyweights in the mining industry
Heavy plants tend to be employed where mining takes place. Caterpillar produces many of these heavy machineries and vehicles and sells them globally. Pon Equipment is Caterpillar’s agent for Scandinavia and for the Netherlands. The Swedish part of Pon Equipment’s business has offices in Gothenburg and Stockholm and they also have a huge central warehouse at Rosersberg near Stockholm’s airport.
Subsea Innovations at high level with ABUS EOT cranes
Formed in 1985 by a team of experienced engineers and diving professionals, Subsea Innovation is a company dedicated to delivering state of the art engineering products to the offshore Oil & Gas and Energy industries throughout the world.
Custom-made ABUS HB system for bespoke furniture
“The wood we work with is as unique as the tree it has come from.” This is the motto of the company Holzmanufaktur Lorenz (www.holzmanufaktur-lorenz.de), a joinery at Kirchzarten which is near Freiburg in the far south west corner of Germany. Holzmanufaktur Lorenz make sophisticated furniture and facilities under the guidance of the company owner, Mr Jürgen Lorenz, and with the help of 30 staff.
ABUS EOT cranes and jib cranes working for industrial fans
The Piller Blowers & Compressors GmbH emerged from the Anton Piller machine works founded in Hamburg, Germany, in 1909 which used to make organ and forge bellows in the beginning. Today headquarters are located in Moringen, a town in the German state of Lower Saxony, and the company is ranked among the leading producers of high performance blowers and compressors.
ABUS EOT cranes and HB systems at the company EgoKiefer AG in Switzerland
Windows have always had the purpose to let light and air into buildings. However, today a window is not just a window: Windows are building elements and have to meet the highest demands of design, safety, and technology. Thermal insulation reduces the loss of heat, and sound proofing keeps the noise out.
FIVE ABUS EOT CRANES AT KFK TEHNIKA, a Croatian manufacturer of aluminium and glass facades
Today’s business objects with their modern design and superior quality are produced by specialised companies. One of these companies is KFK Tehnika Ltd.: their experience contributes to the construction of many famous buildings in Croatia, in Europe, and even worldwide.
ABUS single girder EOT cranes at AMCO in Bremen
The company AMCO Metall-Service GmbH (www.amco-metall.de) with headquarters in Bremen in Germany was founded in 1980 and has since been engaged in the supply and the treatment of non-ferrous metal semi-finished products. 220 staff work for AMCO in the large warehouse and in the administration in Bremen as well as in several sales points throughout Germany.
ABUS double girder crane ZLK with two hoists at pump manufacturer KSB
The principle of the so-called spiral pump or Archimedean screw pump—used to pump water from one level to another either for watering or for drainage—is still to be found in many applications today. This screw pump goes back to a development attributed to the Greek mathematician, inventor, and engineer Archimedes who lived in the third century BC.