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Preview: Bauer Maschinen Group with multiple Highlights at Bauma China

Bauma China Shanghai is soon approaching: On November 27, the international trade show for construction and building material machines, construction vehicles and construction equipment will once again open its doors. During the four days of the show, exhibitors will again be presenting the latest technology, machinery and equipment as well as developments in the construction industry to visitors. And of course, Bauer Maschinen Group will once again be there with two booths (A06 + A13).

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ABB to deliver Equipment to Kittilä Gold Mine in Finland

As part of the development of its mining processes, the largest goldmine in Europe — located in Kittilä, the far north of Finland — has invested in ABB’s production and personnel hoists. This investment will contribute to increasing the capacity of the mine and reducing the use of fossil fuels.

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Mason Brothers in UK keep on Crushing with Sandvik

 

Pembrokeshire based Mason Brothers Quarry Products has a longstanding relationship with Sandvik which goes back to the 1990s. The company now produces in excess of 100,000 tons of high quality aggregate from its Rhyndaston quarry near Haverfordwest, with a mobile crushing, screening and scalping train from Sandvik playing a key role in ensuring that Mason Brothers’ customers get the materials they need.

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Bauer AG has a significant Revenue Increase in the first Half of 2017

  • Total Group revenues increased by 21.1% to EUR 916.4 million; sales revenues grew by 27.8% to EUR 830.2 million
  • EBIT increased by 39.7% to EUR 25.7 million (previous year: EUR 18.4 million); earnings after tax are already positive at EUR 0.1 million (previous year: EUR -7.9 million)
  • Order backlog with EUR 1,044.7 million (previous year: EUR 1,010.2 million) still at a high level.
  • Forecast for total Group revenues raised from about EUR 1.7 billion to about EUR 1.8 billion.
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Sandvik essential Equipment on major Hong Kong Infrastructure Development

The Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point (BCP for short) is a series of infrastructure projects that will see the construction of the seventh land crossing between Shenzhen in China and Hong Kong. This will see the construction of highways and tunnels as well as other significant infrastructure programs. Playing a significant role is an array of crushing and drilling equipment from Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology, all supported by Sandvik’s Hong Kong office.

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