In almost all manufacturing or production environments, logistical tasks need to be solved. These can be diverse and sometimes challenging as can be seen in the following photo gallery. We would be pleased to forward further references from other reputable companies on request.
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.
ABUS EOT cranes for German manufacturer of air conditioning and refrigeration technology
Our lives would be unthinkable without the use of modern air conditioning and refrigeration technology. Compressor solutions are used everywhere whether it be climate control, unbroken cold chains for foodstuffs or challenging process cooling in industrial thermal engineering.
DEMY in France made investments in a new building and in new ABUS EOT cranes
The company DEMY was founded in 1968 by Mr Raymond DEMY. At first the company was active in the automotive bodywork sector, but this was then abandoned in the seventies in favour of the building sector.
Logistics in both corporate practice and academic research – ABUS cranes at the Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg, Germany
The disciplines of logistics as well as intralogistics deal with the organisation, control, and implementation and, what's more, the optimisation of the movement of goods and of material flows. The term “intralogistics” was coined in order to describe the material flow within a given production site and to differentiate between this and the movement of goods outside the factory site.
ABUS cranes at manufacturer’s for familiar brands’ packaging
Many everyday products—and foodstuffs in particular—cannot be transported, stored, or be sold without suitable packaging. Packaging does not only serve to protect the product but is also a carrier of information and, not least, is used for promotion and marketing purposes.
ABUS cranes—important for quality at MFO S.A.
MFO S.A. is a Polish manufacturer of steel profile sections used in window construction and PVC systems. The company also produces special profiles for industries active in the construction, automobile, installation, and air conditioning sectors as well as plasterboard sections for building and installation industries.
ABUS EOT cranes and light weight crane systems in a production plant for concrete mixers and transit mixers in India
Concrete is an almost universally usable construction material. However, not all concretes are equal. Various kinds and types of concrete allow the properties of the concretes to meet the requirements in question.
ABUS EOT and jib cranes at a pump manufacturer’s site in Sweden
Xylem is a world-leading manufacturer of pumps and systems to safely pump and distribute water. Their Swedish site at Sundbyberg, north of Stockholm, recently saw an expansion of the Xylem Water Solution AB: They are now housing a service department which is going to work closely together with the international development department already on site.