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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.
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.
ABUS Overhead Cranes supplied and installed at Africa Steel and Tube in South Africa
Africa Steel and Tube (Pty) Ltd is a recently established steel tube manufacturer specialising in precision drawn steel tubing (round, square, regular and tubing and lip channel).
ABUS EOT crane at manufacturer of plastic piping systems in Abu Dhabi (UAE)
The company Corys Plastic Industries was founded in Dubai over forty years ago. Today they produce plastic piping systems and parts for the most diverse applications in several production plants in the United Arab Emirates, in Oman and in Qatar, and employ over 450 staff.
ABUS cranes in a metal working factory in Slovakia
The company ALFUN SK was founded in 1999 and dealt originally in aluminium and its alloys. You can find the company’s headquarters in Bruntál, in the north east of the Czech Republic. There are further sites of the company in Hungary and in Poland, and the Slovak daughter company is located in Sered’, in the south west of the Slovak Republic.
ABUS solve material flow for São José Industrial – a producer of agricultural machinery in Brazil
The sector of agricultural machinery and equipment is one of the fastest growing ones in Brazil. This industry continues to expand in direct contrast to the economic crisis which has been ongoing since 2015. Preliminary estimates of the Brazilian engineering federation (Abimaq) had the sustained growth of this industry at 8% for 2018.