Rashed Al-Rashed & Sons Group, Saudi Arabia, has opted for a Siwertell road mobile unloader to operate in the Port of Dammam, unloading white cement at a rate of 250 tph. The unloader was built at Siwertell AB’s facilities in Bjuv, Sweden, and delivered earlier this month, a little more than 2 months after the order was placed. The order comprises a diesel-powered 5 000 S road mobile unloader, equipped with a dust filter and double bellow system, which allows seamless, uninterrupted bulk material transfer to trucks or wagons.
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"Siwertell's range of mobile unloaders has a number of advantages in addition to the obvious one of mobility," said Jörgen Ojeda, Director of Siwertell mobile unloaders. "They offer high capacity from a small footprint. Extremely clean operations result in an excellent working environment and no loss of material. Maintenance costs are low, while the continuous nature of screw-type unloading coupled with the double bellows system ensures excellent through-the-ship performance.
"Siwertell is very proud to have secured this order and started our co-operation with the well-known and distinguished company of Rashed Al-Rashed & Sons."
Siwertell has recently also secured an order for a 10 000 S road-mobile unloader to an undisclosed customer, which will be delivered to India at the end of April 2015.
Adapted from press release by Katherine Guenioui
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