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 cranes for Niehoff, a wire and cable machinery manufacturer
You might need up to a dozen machines to run through a coil with copper wire thick as a finger to end up as coated and shielded cables fit for data transfer. The production of such cables requires understanding of materials science, knowledge of process engineering, and expertise of material processing.
ABUS EOT crane assisting with installation and building
Normally cranes are installed in completed plants. It is therefore quite an unusual application to have an EOT crane installed during the construction phase of a building. This happened at Jokey Plastik in Gummersbach, a company specialising in packaging: they installed the ABUS EOT crane to be used as building crane at first in order to add another storey to the existing production plant.
Swedish manufacturer uses ABUS HB systems for excavator components
The human wrist is a highly complex articulated structure being capable of a great variety of functions. Exact interaction of the individual joint parts makes this multifunctionality possible. A person can turn the wrist, tilt it at different angles, and use it as stabilising or propping element depending on the task to be performed.
From garden shed to industrial building – ABUS single girder EOT crane in a woodworking factory in Switzerland
Timber is quite a versatile raw material as well as construction material: this is well demonstrated by the company Käser Holzbau in Weier, in the Emmental valley in west central Switzerland. Käser Holzbau has 20 personnel and is known in the region for their varied timber construction works, be it joinery work, building new wooden houses, carpentry works, wood construction systems, farm houses, or agricultural or industrial buildings.
Jelenia Plast’s investment in development using ABUS’ cranes
It is quite challenging to produce a wide variety of plastic products: you have to overcome many a technological and organisational hurdle. Cranes have an important role to play in the production process as they not only afford precise positioning of the load but are also characterised by a high degree of reliability and availability.
ABUS cranes at RANDON Implementos in Brazil
It is not an easy task to optimise transport and logistics in a country of such continental proportions as Brazil. Already during the so-called Old Republic commencing in 1889 the government furthered road building. Even today roads are the most important transport arteries in the country amounting to about 1.8 millions of kilometres which makes them the fourth biggest road and motorway network worldwide.
ABUS cranes systems at South Devon Railway
The South Devon Railway (www.southdevonrailway.co.uk) is the oldest steam heritage railway in the South West of England, having first re-opened in 1969, who aim to literally transport visitors back in time to the bygone steam-train era whilst also offering every modern facility for their enjoyment.
ABUS EOT cranes in the far north at Dahlgrens Cementgjuteri AB in Skellefteå
You might be excused if you think of giant lego pieces when you see the concrete blocks made by Dahlgrens Cementgjuteri (www.dahlgrenscement.se), a company dealing in precast concrete at Skellefteå in the far north of Sweden. The same logic is actually used for these concrete blocks as for lego making it easy and affordable to build wall elements.
ABUS EOT cranes at HUESKER – an expert for geosynthetics and technical textiles
The HUESKER group is one of the world's leading manufacturers of geosynthetics and technical textiles. The headquarters of the HUESKER group are to be found in Gescher, a small town in the Westphalia area of Germany. The company is active worldwide through nine daughter companies and an international network of trade and distribution partners in over 60 countries.
ABUS cranes at Rosenbauer International AG in Austria
Fire brigades go as far back as Roman times. Even then attempts were made to fight fires in a kind of organised way. However, it has been a long journey to reach the present form of fire brigades, whether professional or voluntary, we are all so familiar with.