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Cavotec strengthens U.S. presence with ThyssenKrupp, Robbins orders

The Cavotec engineering group has confirmed two important orders from leading industrial groups ThyssenKrupp and The Robbins Company for advanced cable and hose reels for applications in Saudi Arabia and Singapore, strengthening its presence in the U.S market.
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"These orders demonstrate Cavotec's growing presence in the United States, and the trust Cavotec has with customers such as ThyssenKrupp and Robbins," said Diego Sanchez, Cavotec USA product manager.

For ThyssenKrupp, Cavotec will manufacture explosion proof (Zone 21) Atex cable and hose reels, medium voltage cables, one Brevetti stainless steel circular power cable chain and related materiel.

The equipment will be used to power indoor stacker and reclaimer machines that will handle coke and sulphur at an application in Saudi Arabia.

ThyssenKrupp's end customer is construction and engineering group Techint. The order is part of a new-build refinery project at Yanbu industrial City located on Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coast.

Cavotec USA is also supplying leading tunnelling group The Robbins Company with hose reels for a project in Singapore.

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