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t: +44 (0)1787 226995 | secretary@mhea.co.uk BULKEX 2019

EXHIBIT AT BULKEX17 – BULK HANDLING TODAY AND TOMORROW

Exhibitor bookings are now being taken for BULKEX17, the annual conference of the Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA). New for 2017, more than 50 table top stands are available for companies to showcase their products and services at the event, to be held at Eastwood Hall in Nottingham on 18-19 October. A key conference in the bulk handling diary, BULKEX17 is titled ‘Bulk Handling Today and Tomorrow’. With its combination of high profile speakers and supporting exhibition, this prominent occasion attracts…

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BULKEX17 REGISTRATION OPENS

BULKEX17, the annual conference of the Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA) is open for registrations. This must-visit event on the bulk materials calendar is titled ‘Bulk Handling Today and Tomorrow’ and has a new format for 2107: a programme of high profile speakers and a new venue. Bulk Handling Today and Tomorrow is to be held on Wednesday 18 and Thursday 19 October 2017 at Eastwood Hall in Nottingham. Delegates can register online for one or two days of the…

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SAVE THE DATE FOR BULKEX17

The Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA) has announced a new format for BULKEX17 – a programme of eminent speakers and a new venue. The annual conference of the association will be held in October with a distinctly technical perspective. A two-day event, titled ‘Bulk Handling Today and Tomorrow, it’ will be focusing on current and impending opportunities and technical achievements in the industry. It is to be held on 18 to19 October 2017 at Eastwood Hall in Nottingham, with a…

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SAMSON Materials Handling and AUMUND France secure order to provide second Samson® truck unloader to STAMA, Tunisia

STAMA (Société de Transit d’Agence Maritime et d’Affrètement) has placed their second order for a Samson® Mobile 450 Super Series to be employed at the Port of Sousse, Tunisia. This equipment is designed to receive salt and sand with a bulk density of 1.4t/m³ to 1.6t/m³ and will discharge directly to an ongoing conveyor system at an output feed rate of 500m³/hr. The Samson® Feeder is fitted with a horizontal loading section which will receive salt and sand directly from…

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“Somewhere over the Rainbow …”

“…… Skies are Blue”, so goes the Judy Garland song from the film, “The Wizard of Oz”.

A little more seriously, Hanson Cement is hoping that the recent replacement of two Electrostatic (ESP) filters at its Ketton Works will improve the recovery of dust particles, as well as reducing particulate emissions.

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