Thursday 14th Nov, 2019

Finalists announced for Australian Bulk Handling Awards 2019

Finalists have been announced for the 2019 Australian Bulk Handling Awards, which will be held on 22 August at the Showtime Events Centre, Melbourne.

The awards are the only program specifically dedicated to recognising the outstanding achievements and successes of companies across the bulk solids handling sector.

It is an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the new technology and innovative practices that have been developed across the year.

Sponsored by SEW-EURODRIVE, Komatsu and Schenck Process, the awards will be presented to the winners at a Gala Dinner event.

The finalists are:

Innovative Technology

PROK Conveyor Components Pty Ltd – PROKOMPOSITE™

MRA Engineering – Smart Stockyard Management System

Komatsu – NorthConnex High Angle Conveyors

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions – Lizard Mobile Stacking Bridge

Kinder Australia – K-Dynamic Impact Idler

 

Dust Control Technology, Application or Practice

Hallett Concrete – Mile End plant

Kinder Australia – Kinder ‘Essential Seal’

Floveyor Pty Ltd – Decant Obsidian

 

Excellence in the Application of Gears, Motors and Drives

LINAK Australia – LA36 Actuator

NORD Drivesystems – MAXXDRIVE XT

Dana Brevini –  BEW Series

 

Excellence in Transport and/or Conveying

Unique Fluid Power – Autonomous Tensioning System (ATS) for Conveyor Belt Cleaners

Fenner Dunlop – Overland Conveyor Belt

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions – Rail Mounted Reclaimer

Floveyor Pty Ltd – Decant Obsidian

Tricon Equipment – Telestack HF-823 Revolution

 

Environmental Project of the Year

Schenck Process –  Boral Solid Waste Derived Fuels (SWDF) Project

Konecranes – Solid Waste-Derived Fuels project

Kinder Australia – Kinder ‘Essential Seal’

 

Best Practice in Safety

Konecranes – MAINMAN planned maintenance technology

Enerpac – XC-Series Cordless Torque Wrench Pump

Schaeffler Australia – Split technologies

 

Supplier of the Year

Fenner Dunlop

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions

Kinder Australia

Tricon Equipment

 

Bulk Handling Facility of the Year: Resources & Infrastructure

WSP Australia Pty Limited – Iluka Resources Cataby operation

Allied Grain Systems – Malteurop Facility Upgrade

Qube Bulk – Whyalla Port

TUNRA Bulk Solids – Laboratory and workshop, Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER) precinct

 

Bulk Handling Facility of the Year: Manufacturing and Processing

Fenner Dunlop – Kwinana manufacturing plant

Hallett Concrete – Mile End plant

Komatsu – Somersby manufacturing facility

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions – Brisbane service facility

 

The Australian Bulk Handling Awards are an excellent networking opportunity for businesses in or targeting the bulk handling sector. To book your tickets, click here.