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Fertiliser plants growing fast

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With fertiliser prices rising rapidly, the industry is witnessing a sudden surge in new plant developments. This significant rise in capacit...

NEAT work

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A ThyssenKrupp pipe conveyor is being used to aid the construction of the 57 km Gotthard base tunnel, which forms part of the new Trans-Alpi...

Rail cars going to the dump

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Car handling equipment is traditionally built to last so demand is limited particularly when bulk haul business is static. Nevertheless ther...

Automated reclaim

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A feature of the ThyssenKrupp stacker/reclaimer for the Mount Arthur project is that it is fully automated....

Loader evolution continues apace

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The demand for safer and more environmentfriendly cargo handling has encouraged innovation in shiploader design, irrespective of ship size o...

Krupp’s biggest yet

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ThyssenKrupp Engineering (Australia) is currently assembling what it claims is the biggest circular stacker/reclaimer in the world in the Hu...

Rotterdam still riding high

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As reported in July/August 2002 issue of Bulk Materials International (p7) , coal volumes handled in Rotterdam during the first six months o...

TKF delivers the goods

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Both shiploaders ordered from ThyssenKrupp Fördertechnik (TKF) for the new Nanjiang Coal Terminal at the northern Chinese Port of Tianjin, ...

EECV’s coal complex

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The EECV coal terminal is being built mainly to supply the new coking plant of Thyssen Krupp at DuisburgSchwelgern. Thus it will not compete...

Keeping up a famous tradition

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Germany has a long tradition in the manufacture of conveyors and other bulk materials handling equipment but many famous names have been dri...

Carbopoort unveiled

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Ertsoverslagbedrif Europoort (EECV), Rotterdam's leading iron ore terminal, has finally unveiled its plans for a new coal port in Rotterdam ...

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