Bedeschi is now officially part of the Port Equipment Manufacturer Association (PEMA), for the global port equipment and technology sectors. Bedeschi’s products range covers a wide variety of equipment for Bulk Materials Handling, Marine and Container Logistics and Mining.
Bedeschi is able to support the client for the entire life of the project, offering feasibility studies and basic engineering to complete green field, turnkey installations operating in different sectors, port, terminals, cement, steel, power, fertilizer, ceramics, chemicals, grain and food. Bedeschi Spa, thanks to its vast experience is able to produce a wide set of shiploaders for on-shore installations and also transhippers, for those cases where the loading/unloading process, due to the ports size, has to be done away from the port.
Bedeschi Group manufacture and preassemble the machinery in its own Italian workshop located near Venice area.
In July 2016, Bedeschi acquired part of OMG-MGM Cranes, renowned in the port cranes engineering, manufacturing and material handling field. OMG-MGM Cranes is one of the oldest worldwide established manufacturers of container port cranes, producing STS, RTG and RMG, plus accessories and activities of revamping, upgrading and overhauling of the whole structures, total management of projects, electrical and mechanical design, costs planning and control, turn-key solutions, after sales service support, maintenance service (global service) refurbishment, technical consultancy and feasibility studies, last but not least, supply of spare parts.
OMG MGM CRANES will, from now on, build and test all the main mechanical key components of its cranes in the Italian Bedeschi workshop. The high success achieved in the main Terminals worldwide with high volume traffic, confirms the high efficiency, reliability and standards of OMG.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcoal.com/handling/27022017/pema-welcomes-equipment-and-technology-company/
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