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SEW-Eurodrive wins Supplier of the Year Award at Bulk Handling Awards

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article image SEW-Eurodrive General Manager Sales & Operations, Nick Lobianco (right), receives the Supplier of the Year award from the Bulk Handling Review’s Peter Delbridge
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Leading drives solutions provider SEW-Eurodrive , a leading drives solutions provider, has emerged as the winner of the 2009 Supplier of the Year award at the Australian Bulk Handling Awards.

Held on Thursday 12 November at Doltone House in Sydney on a thundery and wet evening, MC Paul Martell kept the audience entertained while the winners of eight categories were announced.

Amongst the many companies being awarded, such as the North Queensland Bulk Ports Corporation, Aurecon Hatch and DuPont Australia, SEW-Eurodrive was announced as the winner of the Supplier of the Year award due to its “..local assembly, comprehensive range of spares, 24-hr support and products like its X-Series.”

SEW-Eurodrive’s General Manager of Sales and Operations, Nick Lobianco was on hand to accept the bulk handling award. “SEW-Eurodrive are extremely proud to receive this award,” he said. “Over the course of the past few years we have been focussed on providing the best products within the shortest time frames to the bulk handling, mining & resources industries.”

He sees the award as a welcome recognition of the company’s efforts and hard work.

With products such as the MC Series and X Series industrial gear units assembled locally, the company are able to assemble & deliver torques from its Australian offices from 6 to 475kNm. These bulk materials handling products are ably supported by a range of other products such as the P Series planetary industrial gear units, XP planetary units and the recently announced larger customised helical & bevel helical units. These customized units can be built to customers’ size and torque requirements, often up to 60 tonnes in weight and 8m in length.

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