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PSR returns to Siwertell with second order

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Siwertell secured a second order for a road-mobile ship unloader from Russian company PSR Primstroyresource, based in Vladivostok.

The latest contract is for a next-generation, diesel-powered, trailer-based Siwertell 10 000 S unloader, fitted with a double bellows system and dust filter. It will be used to unload cement on the Island of Sakhalin at a rated capacity of 300 tph. The order was received in September 2015 and the delivery is planned for March 2016.

In 2009, PSR needed an unloader to discharge cement directly into trucks and train wagons at a city centre location. Therefore quiet, dust-free operations were essential and it identified a Siwertell 5 000 S road-mobile unloader as the ideal solution.

The new unit has all the well proven attributes of PSR's first unloader. However as one of the 'New Generation' units it benefits from a number of advances including a major upgrade of the hydraulic system, completely new and future-proof electrical system, PLC control system and radio equipment, and upgraded EBS system on trailer.

With more than 100 mobile unloading systems operating worldwide, Siwertell has achieved an enviable reputation for market-leading flexible unloading equipment.


Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/06112015/psr-returns-siwertell-second-order-932/

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