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Cimbria sells 16 000th Moduflex loading chutes

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Cimbria recently sold its 16 000th Moduflex loading chute. The loading chute was included in an order to longtime dealer in Germany, Agrichema Schüttguttechnik GmbH.

Agrichema covers Germany, Austria and Switzerland and has sold more than 1950 loading chute over the past 30 years into the conveying market. The delivered loading chute is a type of H300THXL-12 in stainless steel, which used for loading tank trucks.

Cimbria has produced loading chutes since 1977, and is currently one of the leading loading chute producers. Cimbria sells between 550 - 600 loading chutes per year used on a variety of different products, such as cement, lime, cereals, feed, fly ash, biomass etc. Most of the chutes are sold through dealers and sister companies, while in Scandinavia, sales are directly to project companies and end customers. The loading chute are also included in Cimbria's own turnkey projects, among other grain storage terminals. For example, Cimbria delivered many loading chutes to projects for Nibulon. Another great example is Egypt, where Cimbria delivered more than 100 loading chutes.

Cimbria Moduflex loading chutes are designed for dust-free outloading of dry bulk material. The loading chutes can be supplied for tanker trucks, flatbed trucks, open and closed rail wagons, and containers. The chutes can be manufactured in a more sturdy construction for shiploading, stockpiling and warehousing, depending on customer requirements with regard to heavy-duty performance, long-term durability and high capacities. The product range covers all sectors where dry bulk products are handled, from agricultural products to industrial commodities and raw materials.

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