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Telestack has been named a winner at the 2023 IBJ Awards

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Telestack has announced that it has won the Best Ship Loading/Unloading System at the International Bulk Journal (IBJ) awards - sponsored by North Sea Port. The award was won featuring the contract with Femern Link Contractors (FLC) Femern A/S for the supply of mobile ship-loading/unloading equipment for one of the most prestigious and high-profile construction projects in Europe.

The project, which links Scandinavia and Central Europe, is an important component in the future European transport network and will make a vital contribution to the green transition of the transport sector. It is Denmark’s largest infrastructure project and the world’s largest immersed tunnel and will form part of Europe’s sustainable transport network of the future. Telestack’s mobile ship-loading/unloading equipment will form a key part in the material handling of aggregate products for construction of the Fehmarnbelt Tunnel. The supply and installation contract has consisted of a mobile hopper feeder, mobile link conveyor and a TB 52 m (170 ft) radial telescopic shiploader/stacker to load and unload aggregate to vessels up to handymax size at rates up to 1500 tph.

In attendance at the awards event was Carl Donnelly (MBA), International Sales Manager, Laura Jayne Donnelly, Product Marketing Specialist, Marcus Williams, Sales Support Engineer and Philip Waddell, International Sales Manager. Furthermore, the company's UK partners, Cooper Handling Group Ltd were also successful, winning The People Development Award - sponsored by Arise Ports & Logistics.

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