Bulk material handling specialists, Transmin and Flexco, have announced a global project partnership agreement to deliver mutual customers Transmin’s engineered equipment and suppliers with the support of Flexco’s belt conveyor products.
“The global project partnership is valuable as it maximises the already extensive product range and support we can supply our customers,” said Matthew Brooks, Suppliers Manager of Transmin. “Using the combined capabilities of the businesses, we can offer comprehensive solutions to belt conveyors issues with the ongoing support of Flexco projects for global projects.”
Transmin and Flexco have a history of collaboration in the resources and bulk materials handling industries, both in Australia and internationally. Their most recent project saw the companies work together on a successful tender bid for the supply of custom designed primary belt cleaners for belt widths of 4000 mm at a coal terminal on Canada’s West Coast.
Flexco engineers designed two HXF Super RHS extra heavy-duty primary belt cleaners with a tip width of 3600 mm and overall length of 4800 mm for these belst. Transmin have since successfully tendered for the ongoing supply of four more 4000 mm width extra heavy-duty belt cleaners over the next two years.
Based in Perth in Western Australia and with offices in South Africa and Brazil, Transmin provides engineered solutions to the bulk materials handling industry, mining and minerals processing industries.
Flexco is headquartered in Downers Grove, Illinois, US, and manufactures conveyor support equipment, including belt cleaning and repair equipment and transfer point solutions. As well as its US locations, it has offices in Australia, South American, China, India, South Africa and Europe. Its Downers Grove and Grand Rapids locations were recently names on the National Association for Business Resources list of the Best and Brightest Companies to Work For in the US.
“The partnership between Transmin and Flexco combines two global leaders in the bulk materials handling industries that are dedicated top providing project customers with a holistic approach to increasing productivity onsite,” the companies concluded in a press statement.
Edited by Jonathan Rowland.
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