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BULK TERMINALS 2020 – WEBINAR ABTO has just held the BULK TERMINALS 2020 – WEBINAR:  THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON BULK MARKETS AND TERMINAL OPERATIONS on  Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 October 2020 BULK MARKETS was the focus of day one where presentations covered Current Conditions and The Future Outlook, followed by a panel. THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON OPERATIONS was the focus of day two which looked at the Ongoing impact on operational practice and efficiency of the pandemic and How will covid-19 affect future operations? A panel followed. For…

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Port and Terminal Operations for Bulk Cargoes 2021 (ABTO)

Held in March earlier this year in collaboration with The Wolfson Centre for Bulk Solids Handling Technology, University of Greenwhich at their Chatham campus, the course has been subsequently repeated online several times. The course will next run online from 8-12 March 2021. REGISTER NOW: For further details including fees, registration and discounts for ABTO members please click here or contact either Simon Gutteridge at +33 (0)3 21 47 72 19 or Caroline Chapman at  +44 (0)20 8331 8646 We hope to return to a…

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Association of Bulk Terminal Operators (ABTO) BULK TERMINALS 2020 – Webinar

BULK TERMINALS 2020 – WEBINAR THE IMPACT OF COVID-19 ON BULK MARKETS AND TERMINAL OPERATIONS Wednesday 28 and Thursday 29 October 2020, 13:00 – 14:30 GMT * Please check your time zone against GMT – UK British Summer Time will finish on 25 OctoberIt is with great regret that we have had to postpone out next full conference in Riga this year to October 2021. So, to bring everybody together this year we are running two 90-minute webinars on Wednesday 28…

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British Steel Site Visit

20.03.2019 AGENDA Collect from Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort, Ermine Street, Broughton DN20 0AQ 1. Arrival and welcome at British Steel 0930 hrs 2. Introduction to British Steel and safety briefing 3. Collect and PPE for visit. British Steel will issue – hi vis, hard hat and ear defenders 4. Visit coal handling plant 5. Observe coke oven batteries pushing coke from safe vantage point 6. Visit ore prep plant observe ore blending operation stacker reclaimer etc. 7. Visit…

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MHEA members enlightened by Tunstead Quarry Visit

The Materials Handling Engineers Association (MHEA) has organised another successful site visit for its members. Working with Tarmac, the visit to Tunstead Quarry, Derbyshire, took place on 09th May 2018 and over 25 MHEA member companies enjoyed a worthwhile, insightful visit to the quarry, to learn more about the bulk handling requirements that quarries typically face. The visit was led by Richard Strawford, Reliability Supervisor (L&P) and Phillip Shimwell, Quarry Operations Manager, Tarmac, who welcomed the MHEA members and provided…

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Excellence Awards 2018

Wednesday 18 October will see another glittering celebration of the industry’s finest achievements at Eastwood Hall, during the two-day BULKEX18 event.  2018 is the Government’s Year of the Engineer and the MHEA is supporting this occasion by launching a new award, Engineer of the Year. 

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SOLIDS Dortmund 2018

SOLIDS Dortmund 2018 will be taking place on 7th and 8th November in Messe Dortmund, Hall 4, 5, 6 and 7. If you would like more information, please visit their website.  

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There was cause for celebration at Eastwood Hall on the night of 18th October, at the second Materials Handling Engineers Association’ Excellence Awards 2017. Now in their second year, the awards were conceived to recognise and reward the talent and creativity of the association’s members and the world class capabilities of its member companies. The enjoyable evening was sold out, with more than 140 guests sitting down to dinner followed by the awards ceremony. Hilarious after-dinner entertainment was provided by…

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CHOPS registration opens

Registration opens on 5 June 2017 for the 2018 Conveying and Handling of Particulate Solids. The 9th international conference will be held at the University of Greenwich in London on 10-14 November. For more details, download the leaflet.

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