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 with electric chain hoists in Mexico
The project consists of two closed bays. The first bay houses components for voltage transformation substations with capacities of 400 kV with SF6 circuit-breakers. The second bay is home to substations with a power of 230 kV. Assemblage of the substations is taking place in both bays and the transformers are transported from there to their respective final destinations.
ABUS EOT cranes link lorry to boat
These double girder EOT cranes serve to transport loads of up to 150 tonnes within the logistics building; they also load and unload lorries. At first the cranes used to work predominantly inside the multipurpose logistics warehouse. However, now that the crane track has been extended to the nearby Rhine-Lippe port it is also possible to directly load and unload barges and coasters.
ABUS EOT cranes in a factory making precast concrete in West Sweden
The company Benders Sverige AB produces precast concrete elements where Volvo was building cars not so long ago. The company has been expending ever since it was founded in 1959. In 2013 the Volvo building was bought which ramped up the potential production area to 100,000 m².
Paper – ranging from valuable single sheets to mass products
It is not possible to determine with absolute certainty who first invented paper. The Chinese Tasi Lun first described the procedure for making paper in the year 105 AD. However, paper has been found in China that was dated to 200 BC making it considerably older than the records by Tsai Lun.
ABUS jib crane in the service of science and innovation
The view from a height of over 9 metres extends downwards into a pool of water 5 metres deep. Yet no skilful diver is waiting to show off his somersaults and twists before elegantly entering the water without a splash.
Teamwork: Steelwork company employs ABUS EOT cranes with two hoists in tandem operation
Culleré i Sala is a company situated in Polinyà about 30 km north of Barcelona in the far north east of Spain. Culleré i Sala is a company engaged in project planning, designing and developing, producing and installing steel structures, with an expertise of more than 30 years in the industry.
Test lab employs ABUS EOT crane to transport test objects
RISE Research Institutes of Sweden or rather their predecessor organisation, the Sverige Tekniska Forskningsinstitut, were one of the first customers of JJ-Gruppen. JJ-Gruppen have their headquarters at Kungsbacka near Gothenburg and they are one of the regional subagencies of the Swedish daughter company of ABUS, the ABUS Kransystem.
ABUS EOT and jib cranes transport tools and parts for the European automobile industry
Multinorm d.o.o. is a Croatian company designing, engineering, and manufacturing high-quality sophisticated forming tools as well as components and fixtures for the European automobile industry.
Transporting parts on two different material flow levels
Kiremko B.V. is a Dutch food industry company with headquarters in Montfoort, west of Utrecht, wholly dedicated to processing potatoes. Kiremko was established in 1965 and is active in designing, manufacturing and installing complete production lines.
Transport of sheet components through different stages of the production process
The family company Knoll Maschinenbau GmbH with headquarters in Bad Saulgau in the southern German area of Baden-Wuerttemberg is supplying machine tools with conveyor and filter systems and with pumps to manufacturers and users worldwide.