December 5, 2016

Siwertell awarded in London

The IBJ Awards competition was introduced in 2009 and attracted a record number of entries this year.
The IBJ Awards competition was introduced in 2009 and attracted a record number of entries this year.
Siwertell

Cargotec subsidiary Siwertell has won its fifth prestigious International Bulk Journal (IBJ) Award, for a joint submission with its customer Peel Ports in the Best Ship Loading/Unloading System category.

“This latest win sends a clear message to anyone in the market for a dry bulk handling system that Siwertell is the first-choice for anyone whose priorities are capacity, safety, environmental issues and overall performance,” says Emily Brækhus Cueva, marketing manager, Siwertell.

The IBJ judges noted that Peel Ports’ new 100 million-pound biomass terminal at the Port of Liverpool greatly increases berth capacity, enabling quick vessel turnaround and vastly reducing dust emissions. The terminal was constructed using two fully-enclosed Siwertell 790-D screw-type ship unloaders, and is capable of supplying Drax power station with up to 10 train loads of wood pellets per day.

Finnish company Cargotec is a leading provider of cargo and load handling solutions.

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