Hewitt-Robins Publishes Tri-Language Brochure On Cargoveyor Systems

Hewitt-Robins International Inc. has released a new four-color, tri-language brochure on Cargoveyor Systems — automated, continuous ship unloading/loading of bags, cartons and boxes.

The new brochure offers practical solutions to the problems involved in the unloading and loading of bags, cartons and boxes —and loading of bulk materials— at ocean and river ports around the world. Turnaround time can be cut to a minimum with significant reduction in cargo damage and substantial savings of demurrage and stevedoring costs.

The brochure illustrates the new self-contained, jackup and floating pontoon Cargoveyor Systems, complete with gantries and powerplant, which can be towed and set up any place in the world to handle Panamax-size, ro/ro, container and general cargo ships.

Custom-designed single and multiple Cargoveyor Systems can also be installed on dock or quay at major port terminals to handle the largest ships. Four-color renderings illustrate a typical jackup p o n t o o n s y s t em with close-up views of the major components and features.

Technical information includes design and capacity data, as well as an up-to-date cost comparison of three methods of bag unloading systems—Conventional Sling, Presling, and Cargoveyor Systems.

The brochure points out that Hewitt-Robins, as an experienced multinational o r g a n i z a t i o n , has the ability and resources to plan, engineer and install large turnkey projects, including complete terminal facilities and profitable financial packaging.

For a copy of the brochure, write to Floyd Bruening, Hewitt- Robins International Inc., 711 Union Boulevard, Totowa, N.J.


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