Welcome to Solids & Bulk Handling
Solids & Bulk Handling magazine brings you a brand new website, providing you with a wealth of information on the loose bulk materials handling market.
We hope that Solids & Bulk online will become your one-stop-shop for information on the materials handling market.
As well as providing you with up-to-date news, new technologies, events, product information and company profiles, you will also be able to catch-up with the latest issue of your favourite magazine, Solids & Bulk Handling. Feel free to peruse our back catalogue - containing all the issues since 2010.
If you have news that you wish to upload to our new website please email email@example.com to find out about our great membership options.
CAT’s coldest journey — May 16, 2013
Finning, one of the world’s largest distributors of Cat equipment and power systems, has modified and supplied two ‘Arctic-ready’ Cat D6Ns for the world’s first winter crossing of Antarctica.
Brian Wright to retire after 35 years service from Schenck Process to spend more time on the International badminton circuit!
Do you have material handling problems?
Attend the Wolfson Centre Short Course on 4th June to learn how to prevent or mitigate these problems:
JCB wins £27 million order — May 14, 2013
JCB has secured an order for more than 800 machines from one of the UK’s leading rental firms - a deal worth more than £27 million. The order has been placed by A-Plant and is a big boost for JCB’s British factories
Russell Finex will showcase pioneering sieving and filtration equipment at Total 2013, the UK's largest processing & packaging exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham, UK (Hall 5, Stand K21) 4-6th June.
SHAPA elects Peter Guttridge as new chairman — May 01, 2013
Guttridge Ltd is pleased to announce that company chairman Peter Guttridge has been elected as the new chair of the Solids Handling and Process Association (SHAPA). An engineer with more than 30 years experience, Peter brings unrivalled knowledge of the UK materials handling industry and the expertise associated with heading up one of the UK’s leading manufacturers in this sector.
Schenck Process RotaClass SKC screens are available as single-, double- and triple-deck and typical case of application is the pit and quarry industry.
Two weeks are left before final submission reviews begin, for the second in the series of these successful international events organised by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
It is a brilliant platform for talking directly to colleagues, clients and competitors within the bulk materials handling industry and a huge opportunity for networking and making important business contacts.