Siwertell_logo_webSiwertell has become one of the latest members of the Swedish Chamber of Commerce Taipei, in Taiwan. The Chamber’s growing list of 40 members was formed as a local entity to promote Sweden-related business relationships in Taiwan in an ethical, sustainable and environmentally-responsible way. The chamber in Taipei is a member of the Swedish Chambers International.

Siwertell has joined the Chamber so that it too can benefit from participating in networking opportunities, both online and face to face, via activities such as seminars, breakfast and lunch meetings, and participation in the Joint Business Council. Siwertell also sees its membership as a resource for problem-solving, public relations and marketing opportunities in the region.

The Chamber provides a forum for communication and is designed to promote, extend, and advance commercial and industrial relations, as well as investment and trade of Sweden related organisations and other interested parties in Taiwan. It also creates, promotes and grows relationships with other chambers, government bodies, legislative and advisory organisations, think tanks and any other groups and organisations affecting members’

PSR returns to Siwertell for a second roadmobile unloader

Siwertell has secured a second order for a road-mobile ship unloader from Russian company PSR
Primstroyresource, based in Vladivostok. The latest contract is for a next-generation, diesel-powered,
trailer-based Siwertell 10 000 S unloader, fitted with a double bellows system and dust filter. It will be used to unload cement on the Island of Sakhalin at a rated capacity of 300t/h.

“Siwertell received this order with great pride and considers it an acknowledgement of the success of
PSR’s previous delivery,” says Jörgen Ojeda, Director, Siwertell Mobile Unloaders. “PSR chose Siwertell again mainly because of its experience with its first Siwertell road-mobile unloader, which was delivered in 2009,” says Mr Ojeda. “Other important factors were our reputation for quality and service, the unit’s flexibility and high capacity and its low operational and maintenance costs.”

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The new unit has all the well proven attributes of PSR’s first unloader. However, as one of the next-generation units it benefits from a number of advances including a major upgrade of the hydraulic system, completely new and future-proof electrical system, PLC control system and radio equipment, and upgraded electronic braking system (EBS) on the trailer.

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