Tuesday 30th Nov, 2021

Finalists announced for Australian Bulk Handling Awards 2015

Awards night is not to be missed. Photo: Greg Dickins
Awards night is not to be missed. Photo: Greg Dickins

The esteemed finalists for the 2015 Australian Bulk Handling Awards – the Bulkies – have been announced.

Hosted by the Australian Bulk Handling Review, and MC’d once again by entertainer and radio host James Valentine, the 10th annual Awards will take place on November 5, 2015.

Dubbed by Valentine as ‘The Bulkies’, and proudly supported by the ASBSH, the Awards will take place at Doltone House, on Sydney’s Darling Harbour.

This year’s finalists are as follows:

 

Innovative Technology

Finalists – Allied Grain Systems, Bentley Systems, BHP Billiton Mining Area C, Dooen Engineering Services, Qube Bulk, RUD Australia, Svendborg Brakes Australia

Dust Control Technology, Application or Practice

Finalists: Chute Technology, ContiTech Australia, Enviromist and Bulk Materials Engineering Australia (BMEA), Introspec Consulting, Northern Stevedoring Services (NSS), Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET)

Excellence in the Application of Gears, Motors or Drives

Finalists: Bonfiglioli Transmission (Australia), Brevini Australia

Supplier of the Year

Finalists: Container Rotation Systems, Engineering Applications (ENAP), Mato Australia, Pneuvay Engineering, Qube Bulk

Environmental Project of the Year

Finalists: Conergy Australia, Enviromist and Bulk Materials Engineering Australia (BMEA), Metso, Northern Stevedoring Services (NSS), Schenck Process Australia, Tyrecycle

Excellence in Engineering Photography

Finalists – Archer Imagery, Bernard Milford of Engineering Applications (ENAP), Christian Sprogoe – csfoto, Minco Photography, Schenck Process Australia

Best Practice in WH&S

Finalists: BHP Billiton Mining Area C, Chain of Responsibility Australia, Qube Bulk and Seeing Machines, RoadSafety Training Services (RTS) and Australian Diversified Engineering (ADE), TUNRA Bulk Solids

Excellence in Transport and/or Conveying

Finalists: Container Rotation Systems, Flexco’s Tasman Warajay Technology, Konecranes, Mato Australia, Qube Bulk, Telestack, Vayeron

Bulk Handling Facility of the Year (Resources and Infrastructure)

Finalists: Allied Grain Systems, Engineering Applications (ENAP), Newcastle Agri Terminal, Schenck Process Australia, Wiggins Island Coal Export Terminal (WICET)

Bulk Handling Facility of the Year (Manufacturing and Processing)

Finalists: Kockums Bulk Systems, Tyrecycle

 

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