Monday 17th Jun, 2019

Schenck Process supports search for Australia’s best bulk handling facility

Original equipment manufacturer Schenck Process is celebrating excellence in bulk handling by sponsoring the award for best "Bulk Handling Facility of the Year" in the resources and infrastructure sector.

Original equipment manufacturer Schenck Process is celebrating excellence in bulk handling by sponsoring the award for “Bulk Handling Facility of the Year” in the resources and infrastructure sector.

The winner will be announced at the 12th annual Australian Bulk Handling Awards gala dinner on 22 August 2019 at the Showtime Events Centre in Melbourne.

The Australian Bulk Handling Awards is the only awards program specifically for the bulk solids handling industry and celebrates the outstanding achievements and successes of individuals and organisations across the year.

Schenck Process General Manager Minerals and Metals, Raja Ratnam, said the company’s decision to sponsor the award was aimed at supporting the entire industry.

“Bulk handling is big in Australia, so it’s important to be at the forefront of the industry, which is developing new innovative solutions,” he said.

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“We were very keen to support the development of technology and be present to listen to the feedback from our customers and suppliers.

“Staying connected to the industry is fundamental for our growth and to keep developing the right solutions.”

Schenck Process is a global technology company that specialises in making processes work in all industries throughout the world.

It develops and manufactures solutions for weighing, feeding, conveying, screening, automation, and air filtration applications, and brings our world class knowledge base from many industries and supports customers through the whole lifecycle of our products, with access to our in-house engineering teams, worldwide manufacturing locations, field service technicians, and aftermarket parts support.

“It’s important to acknowledge the efforts of the great people in the industry and we are very keen to see some of the engineering excellence that is coming out of Australia,” Mr Ratnam said.

Other award sponsors include SEW Eurodrive and Komatsu.

Sponsoring an award provides an excellent opportunity for a company to support and recognise the bulk solids handling industry. Sponsors can select an award and will have the privilege of presenting that award to the winner, as well as receiving tickets to attend the event.

Nominations are open for the awards until 5 July 2019. Click here to nominate.