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.
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.
So much more than a mere product – solutions for the internal transport of loads
Imagine a country the size of a continent that only opened up its market for imported products as recently as twenty years ago: that is Brazil, a country that has reached the status of being the biggest economy in Latin America despite its fairly recent history.
ABUS crane systems at NedTrain Componentenin the Netherlands
Thinking of means of transport in the Netherlands the bicycle comes to mind straight away. This country is marked by cycle paths all over.
ABUS Crane Systems in Rolls-Royce Marine Service Workshop in Poland
Rolls-Royce is a brand that is usually associated with luxury cars. In 1998 the right to manufacture vehicles under this name was acquired by Volkswagen and since 2003 it has belonged to BMW. The prestigious ‘Rolls-Royce’ trademark is active in many industry branches keeping its highest standards of products and services.
Five ABUS EOT cranes at a manufacturer’s of wood processing machinery
There is one detail—nearly overlooked—in the world of the ever growing flow of commodities and faster spinning logistics, a little detail without which the movement of goods would not be quite so smooth: the standard pallet. The standard pallet makes it possible to transport all sorts of goods and merchandise.
ABUS cranes make a splash in coastal RNLI Lifeboat Stations
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is a British & Irish charity whose lifeboat crews have saved over 139,000 lives at sea since 1824. Its volunteers provide a 24-hour maritime search and rescue service around the UK and Republic of Ireland, operating over 230 Lifeboat Stations and 300 lifeboats.
ABUS EOT and jib cranes for a steel fabricator in Sweden
Sweden is well known for two things in particular among many others: its passion for winter sports and a long tradition in producing steel. LECOR Stålteknik AB, a company in Kungälv (north of Gothenburg), married these two in a spectacular project: the ski-jump at Holmenkollen.