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Siwertell delivers third road-mobile unloader to Turkish customer

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Siwertell, part of Cargotec, has completed delivery of a road-mobile unloader to Muhammet Gümüstas AS in Istanbul, Turkey, following an order signed in November 2013. This is the third road-mobile unloader delivery to the customer since 2012.

“Satisfied customers placing repeat orders are testament to the quality and efficiency of our state-of- the-art unloading solutions," says Jörgen Ojeda, Director, Mobile Unloaders, Siwertell. "Our customers are happy to prioritise quality, reliability and excellent service over the short-term attractions of making a slightly cheaper initial investment. Repeat customers also prove the value of our wider strategy of building and maintaining long-term relations with our customers as an effective pathway to success for all parties."

The trailer-based, diesel-powered, Siwertell 10 000 S road mobile unloader will be used to discharge cement at 300 tph. The unit was built at Siwertell's manufacturing premises in Bjuv, Sweden. It is equipped with a double bellows system to allow continuous operation, and a dust filter to minimise dust creation.

"The mobile Siwertell unloader was originally designed for handling cement, so it is naturally perfect for the job. With its enclosed conveying line, this system is also environmentally-friendly as it ensures dust-free and high-capacity unloading operations," adds Mr Ojeda.

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