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 crane installed within Plymouth University’s Marine Building
Plymouth in South West England has long been associated with the sea. In 1620 the Pilgrim Fathers left Plymouth for the New World, establishing a colony of the same name in what is now the USA. Plymouth now has ferry links to France and Spain and is home to the largest operational naval base in Western Europe.
4 ABUS EOT cranes at a world-renowned Spanish ship building company
In the far northwest of Spain you will find Cape Finisterre, so called after the Latin Finis terrae which means “the End of the World”. A long time ago one used to think that here on the shores of the rough Atlantic ocean the world had come to an end.
ABUS EOT crane at an automobile industry supplier
The pioneers of the German automobile industry such as Gottfried Daimler and Carl Friedrich Benz developed, constructed, and built the first cars almost single-handedly. Only very few components were supplied.
ABUS’ suspended rail systems for an Austrian manufacturer of aluminium profiles and composites
What do an electronic component, a sun protection system, and a sports car have in common? All three contain one or more components made of aluminium or, as is the case of the sun protection system, are made of this material in their entirety.
Four ABUS EOT cranes inside a listed building in Sweden
The company Nohab Industri AB in Trollhättan—north of Gothenburg—can look back on a long company history. Founded in 1847 the then named Trollhättan Mekaniska Verkstad was a machine shop, then in 1916 the name was changed into Nohab Industri AB.
Ten ABUS EOT cranes at the plant of a manufacturer of wind turbines in France
Wind is motion. Wind moves sailing boats and wind moves the sails of windmills—keeping the grinder moving to grind the grain to flour. Today man uses wind to produce electricity with the help of wind turbines. At first the kinetic energy of the wind is transformed into mechanical energy which in turn in transformed into electricity.
Four HB systems in a glass processing factory in Spain
Glass has been discovered a few thousand years ago and has since become known as a very versatile and sturdy material. Glass has been used as a cutting tool in the past but also to make jewellery. The art of glass blowing has been perfected by the Venetians through the centuries resulting in objects of decoration and art with matchless lustre.
Eighteen ABUS crane systems at a South African manufacturer of cabs and operator cabins
Morris Cranes, a Division of Morris Material Handling SA (Pty) Ltd, a wholly owned South African company and the agent of ABUS Kransysteme GmbH in South Africa, has supplied a total of eighteen Double-Girder cranes to Efficient Engineering Pty Ltd.
ABUS EOT cranes at a producer of agricultural machinery in Germany
Looking back just 150 years and it becomes clear very quickly that agricultural business at the time meant hard physical work and working by hand. It was only through increasing industrialisation thanks to the invention of steam engines that agriculture saw industrial-mechanical processes introduced which lead to work-sharing production.
Huge ABUS EOT crane at electric power supply company in Norway
Norway has a long tradition of making use of hydropower: It was in 1895 that the State of Norway acquired the first waterfall to generate power for a railway line thus setting a milestone for generating energy from hydropower. By now Norway generates 99% of its energy in either hydropower plants or in storage power plants.