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Bedeschi shiploader in Holland

This shiploader was realized for our client in Holland. Bedeschi engineers introduced a significant technological innovation. The “sandwich conveyor system” is placed in the centre of the main gantry and it refers to the two conveyors one on the...
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Bedeschi supplies a client in Argentina

We are delighted to supply to our customer in Argentina a new stone separator LSP7. Bedeschi has been having clients in this country for many decades. This new contract is another important milestone that testifies our well-established customer retention!
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Bedeschi has completed another project

Bedeschi has recently completed a new impressive project.Our company has realized an integrated material handling system for a cement plant.The circular storage is designed for pre-blending, with its external diameter of 80 meters and a total volume of 21.500...
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Bedeschi new project for Bricks

At the beginning of the XX century the founder, Guglielmo Bedeschi, designed and built a new extruder awarded with the Certificate of Honor in Turin 1909. Thereafter, Bedeschi has remained a reference on the brick market as supplier from...
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Bedeschi biggest shiploader

This giant shiploader is the biggest ever realized by Bedeschi. It is part of a fully automated coal export terminal and it has a capacity of 8000 t/h. Currently, we are at the assembling phase. A very big success...
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Bedeschi is commissioning a new shiploader

Bedeschi has achieved another important target with the commissioning of a new Shiploader. The Shiploader is designed to handle granular fertilizer with a capacity of 1.000 TPH. Rail travelling, luffing and slewing movement in combination with telescopic chute and...
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Bedeschi shiploaders for Kernell at Odessa

We are successfully proceeding with the commissioning of the shiploaders for grain for our client Kernell at Odessa.  The first shiploader, perfectly in operation, have already loaded ships for a total of 300.000 tons. The second shiploader, at the...
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