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Spill Station Australia
Spill Station Australia are manufacturers of Spill Response Kits as well as absorbents for oil, fuel, acids, caustics, solvents and agricultural chemicals. Spill Station is the exclusive distributor of the Romold Ltd range of secondary containment equipment ...
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Millsom Materials Handling designs and manufactures its own products. The product range includes acuum operated sheet, sack and drum lifters, overhead traveling cranes, lifting and hoisting attachments, 'between floors goods lift' (non passenger) ...
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Australis Engineering specialise in conveyor systems, materials handling systems, belt conveyors, slat conveyors, pallet conveyors, bucket conveyors, palletisers, robotic systems, industrial automation and warehousing systems.
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Mobile Dispensing Stations
Supplier news
03/11/10 - According to Spill Station Australia, Mobile Dispensing Stations are an effective way of safely moving and dispensing fluids from 205 litre drums.
IBC dispensing and drum handling systems from Spill Station Australia
Supplier news
16/02/10 - A comprehensive range of IBC dispensing and drum handling systems is now available from Spill Station Australia.
The Safepour drum decanting cradle
Supplier news
23/02/09 - The Safepour drum decanting cradle allows staff to safely decant from 15L to 25L drums without manual handling issues that cause 40% workers compensation claims. Safepour drum decanting cradles are available from Spill Station Australia.
Orica’s Botany site
Supplier news
05/12/07 - Orica’s Botany site currently stores 50,000 drums of HCB waste which is to be repackaged into new drums and IBC’s suitable for transport off site for further processing.
Drum and pallet conveying system
Supplier news
18/04/07 - Australis Engineering has recently launched a new drum and pallet conveying systems specially designed for heavy industrial use.
Australis Engineering selected for ORICA’s materials handling project
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27/10/06 - Australis Engineering has been selected to provide materials handling equipment for Orica’s HCB repackaging project. The materials handling project is worth approximately $2M.

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