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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.

July 2021

On the move: BPW increases investment into UK and choose ABUS Crane Systems to support them

Following a multi-million-pound investment, trailer technology provider BPW - Europe's Leading Axle and Suspension Manufacturer – has now completed the first phase of its expansion plan to introduce an axle assembly line into its site in Leicester, meaning its axles will be engineered in Germany and built in Britain.

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June 2021

All good things come in threes: ABUS crane trio at SALFA in Chile

Salinas y Fabres (SALFA), a company in Chile, was founded 85 years ago. Today the company represents many international manufacturers in the fields of agricultural, forestry and construction machinery as well as trucks and passenger cars in Chile. John Deere, Renault Trucks, and Chevrolet are among the 30 brands represented.

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May 2021

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. 

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April 2021

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. 

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March 2021

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.

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