Michael Kyrycz, UK & Export Sales Manager for Newland Engineering takes a look at the variety of customers & places worldwide that Newland Engineering have supplied, installed & commissioned in the last 2 to 3 months of this year. We currently have ongoing orders both for the UK market and also worldwide.
These recent projects range from a fully mobile telescopic belt conveyor (Newland TC33 model) modified to unload/load cruise ships in Reykjavik Port Iceland to 5 heavy duty multi-telescopic telescopic belt conveyors for a feed mill in Dahka Bangladesh, handling 50kg bags of flour at the end of bagging lines.
The TC33 mobile belt conveyor for Iceland needed to operate with the tidal height range. The TC33 front boom section has motorised hydraulic height adjustment with -30/+30 deg of movement. This enables the un/loading of baggage at below the level of the quay side at low tide & above the quay at high tide.
Seven Newland ‘Overhead Lorry Loading’ conveyors were supplied & installed at a sugar mill in Bangladesh. A Newland service / installation engineer is due to fly out in the next few weeks to commission all seven conveyors. This installation formed a part of a larger logistics project by a German company that Newland partnered with.
Joel the installation engineer who will be commissioning in Bangladesh, started at Newland Engineering on the Newland apprenticeship programme, going on day release to a local engineering college, gaining valuable skills in electrical & mechanical engineering.
He will also be flying out to service two Newland MTC3XX Auto Loader telescopic boom conveyors at a customer location south of Berlin, Germany.
Joel & a colleague installed & commissioned two Newland MTC4X telescopic boom conveyors 2 months earlier in Bavaria, Southern Germany.
These were modified units to handle rolls of insulation with a diameter of 2m. Also Joel had been to a US naval base in Sicily, Italy a few months earlier to install & commission Newland telescopic belt model MTC3X.
A Newland model T20 was recently supplied to a customer in Dubai, UAE. The chassis was fitted with solid rubber tyres to operate over rough & uneven ground. Unloading 50kg bags of grain from 20ft containers at ground level with no raised loading dock.
A Newland Manrider telescopic boom conveyor fitted on a fully mobile chassis shipped this week to New Zealand. The fully mobile chassis is battery powered. The lithium cells are trickle charged whilst the telescopic belt conveyor is in operation at the loading dock connected to a mains supply.
Mentioned earlier Newland have supplied to a US naval base in Sicily & several other bases in the Mediterranean.
Currently on order is a Newland TC33 mobile belt conveyor to be supplied to a US naval base in Rota, Spain near Cadiz.
Also currently on order are two Newland W26 twin adjustable boom mobile belt conveyors for Nigeria. The order came from a Greek company based in Athens.