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Thread: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading

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    Posted by Duane A. Peck on January 19, 2000 at 04:11:16:

    Dear Sir or Madam:

    The purpose of this letter is to request a list of publications pertaining to shiploading
    and unloading of mine ore. Unfortunately Misima Mines
    is located on a remote island off of the main land of Papuan New Guinea and consequently we have limited
    communicaitons services.

    I would appreciate if you would email a list of relavent publications, costs and availability.

    Any informatiion on other publications would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Duane A. Peck




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    Krithika.V Guest

    Re: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading

    Posted by Krithika.V on June 09, 2000 at 03:52:49:

    In Reply to: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading posted by Duane A. Peck on January 19, 2000 at 04:11:16:

    Dear Sir,
    We are a company based in Bangalore, India and we specialise in ship loading and unloading of bulk solids. We offer a turnkey system that combines a ship unloader, a flat storage system and a bagging unit.
    If you so require, I can send you a recently published article on ship unloading which wil definitely make things clearer.

    You can contact me if you require a quote or any other information. However please send me information on the capacity you will require in TPH and the nature of the ore- i.e. if it is free flowing and the average ore particle size.

    Thankyou.
    Krithika V.
    Engineer
    Scorpio Engineering Pvt. Ltd.

    http://www.scorpioengg.com



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    Dave Miller Guest

    Re: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading

    Posted by Dave Miller on May 08, 2000 at 23:00:14:

    In Reply to: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading posted by Duane A. Peck on January 19, 2000 at 04:11:16:

    There are many options available to you for ship loading and unloading. Typically, belt conveyors are used to transport ore to the ship loading facility and to load the ships. However, chutes can also be used for ship loading.

    Unloading can be done by self-unloader ships, bucket unloader systems or by cranes with grabs.

    In order to assist you properly, I need more information: specifically bulk materials to be handled, tonnage, desired transport rates, et cetera.

    I am familiar with a number of port facilities handling ore and other materials. You may be able to benefit from their experience.

    Contact me at admconsulting@cs.com or via telephone at +1 330 494 1704.



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    Re: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading

    Posted by Per Andersson on May 08, 2000 at 07:47:08:

    In Reply to: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading posted by Duane A. Peck on January 19, 2000 at 04:11:16:

    Dear sir,

    Please look at our homepage http://www.bmhmarine.se as you will notice we are more or less specialised on this problem.
    Specially on a remote location you should notice the solution with Self-Unloading vessels since investment costs will be low, it could be a purpose built outloading vessel to fill bigger vessels or other ports.

    Regards

    Per Andersson
    BMH Marine



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    Christian Dreyer Guest

    Re: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading

    Posted by Christian Dreyer on February 02, 2000 at 02:27:53:

    In Reply to: Bulk Loading Systems - Ship Loading and Unloading posted by Duane A. Peck on January 19, 2000 at 04:11:16:

    Dear Sir,
    please look at Our web: videbaek-maskinfabrik.dk.
    Perhaps you will find something of interest. I will be happy to send you more information f needed.




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