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.
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.
Morris supplies additional cranes to Voith Turbo South Africa
For 150 years, Voith technologies have been inspiring its customers, business partners and employees all over the world. Founded in 1867, Voith today has around 19,000 employees and earns 4,3 billion euros in sales. It has locations in more than 60 countries and is one of the largest family-owned companies in Europe. As a technology leader, Voith sets standards in the energy, oil & gas, paper, raw materials and transport & automotive markets.
ABUS EOT Crane for new production facility at Finnish Metal Manufacturer Konepaja Enne Oy
Konepaja Enne Oy is part of Finland’s one hundred years of industrial history. Konepaja Enne is a family-owned company established in 1954 in Tampere, located in the southwestern part of the country. Konepaja Enne Oy has grown from being a manufacturer of roof sheet metal products to manufacturing heavy sheet metal products and large highly complex machined components.
ABUS HB systems used by manufacturer of machines for packaging boxes
“Passion, innovation, and commitment—this is how we see our business.” This is the motto of José Boix, the founder of the company Boix Maquinaria with headquarters in San Isidrio (Alicante), in the southeast of Spain. Boix Maquinaria is one of the world leaders for machines used for forming, folding, and closing of boxes made of corrugated cardboard or of solid fibre board.
ABUS EOT cranes for multipurpose logistics building handling heavy goods
The special purpose vehicle of the German haulage firm Hegmann makes its way slowly onto the premises of the heavy cargo terminal where they are already waiting for its heavy load, a pressure vessel for BASF. Inside the logistics building they unload the pressure vessel from the lorry and then they process and store it there.
ABUS Partner in South Africa provides lifting equipment to new Caterpillar Replacement Parts Distribution Centre
Morris Cranes, a Division of Morris Material Handling SA (Pty) Ltd., a wholly owned South African company and the Sub-Saharan agent of ABUS Kransysteme GmbH has supplied and installed lifting equipment at Caterpillar in Kempton Park, Johannesburg.
ABUS cranes at an established company for glass products in France
“Miroiterie Righetti” is the oldest glass processing company in Lorraine, in northeast France. This family business was founded in 1835 by Charles Righetti and has remained under the management of the founder family until this day. 20 staff are employed by the company at present.
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.