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Jebsen & Jessen technology in Indonesia sees growth in its dry bulk handling division

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Jebsen & Jessen is expanding its product offerings and solutions of its Technology business unit’s dry bulk handling division in Indonesia through new partnership agreements.

These agreements were made with Striker Crushing & Screening, Shaorui Heavy Industries (SRH-Metso) and Hoverdale UK. The companies formalised the new partnerships at a signing ceremony on 19 September at Mining Indonesia 2019 held at the Jakarta International Expo.

Since its launch in 2017, Jebsen & Jessen Technology’s Dry Bulk Handling division has seen growth in its business and successfully handled projects in the mining sector, particularly in coal handling, crushing & screening, and nickel mining. The company is currently also involved in a project for a dry nickel processing plant in Sulawesi.

Committed to innovating and expanding its range of products by working with leading brands around the world, Jebsen & Jessen offers its customers a variety of new and used stock equipment including mobile and fixed crushers, mobile screens, telescopic conveyors and a large quantity of spare & wear parts.

The new partnership agreements will see expanded product offerings and solutions to crushing and screening, by Striker Crushing & Screening and SRH-Metso, and conveying and feeding, by Hoverdale UK. These brands will expand existing product portfolio which includes trommel screens from MDS International, telescopic conveyors from Thor Global, ship loading & coal handling technologies from Bedeschi S.p.A and belt scanning technologies from H-Sensortechnik.

Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/10102019/jebsen-jessen-technology-in-indonesia-sees-growth-in-its-dry-bulk-handling-division/

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