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TAKRAF revises its branding to present itself as a group

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The former Mining Division of Tenova, commonly known as TAKRAF, along with its integrated product brand DELKOR, has released details of its plans to revise its branding to operate as TAKRAF Group.

The revised branding underlines the group’s core strengths and value-adding proposition towards clients and partners within the mining and adjacent industries.

TAKRAF is recognised as a world leading technology brand when it comes to handling high capacity run-of-mine and bulk material. Its portfolio ranges from overburden removal, to raw material extraction, comminution, conveying, loading/unloading, processing, homogenising, blending, storage, and final loading for onward shipment.

The DELKOR brand is associated with liquid/solid separation and beneficiation equipment, with thousands of successful installations worldwide. DELKOR products are specifically designed for the rigors of the mining industry, combining high performance technology features with proven robust designs.

TAKRAF Group remains a Tenova company, known globally as a partner for innovative, reliable, and sustainable solutions in the metals and mining industries.

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