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BMH left on the shelf?

At a time when much of the bulk handling industry, particularly in Europe and the Nordic countries, is consolidating, BMH Marine, which now only comprises Siwertell, Nordströms and Kelle, is becoming more isolated.
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As reported in the January/ February 2002 issue of Bulk Materials International (p1), Babcock International has sold its BMH Technologies division to UK-based Langley Holdings. Although BMH Marine was part of the
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