The Rail mounted telescopic shiploaders bring together the flexibility of the telescopic technology along with the ease of mobility of mounting on rails.
The Rail mounted telescopic shiploaders bring together the flexibility of the telescopic technology along with the ease of mobility of mounting on rails. The rail mounted shiploaders allow the unit to move easily parallel down the quayside with the telescopic conveyor system trimming the hatch of the vessel accordingly. They can load vessels up to Panamax size with ease and offer a complete range of options including chutes and dust suppression / extraction options for specific applications and materials (see below options for reference).
Rail mounted Shiploaders / Unloaders designed for loading Barges, Coasters, Handysize, Handymax, Panamax Vessels
Ease of travel down quayside with integrated rail bogie units for smmoth transistion down the quayside.
Ability to handle complete range of materials such as Coal, Grains, Fertilisers, Ore’s (Iron, copper, gold, bauxite), Aggregates, Woodchips, wood pellets, sulphur, cement clinker and many more....
Can be easily fed from tripper conveyor systems, wheel loaders, trucks, overhead conveyors and many more systems.
Upgrade option available to incorporate radial function on rail mounted shiploader for further trimming capabilities.
Telestack Mobile Ship-loaders critical to anticipated growth in Ukrainian Grain Industry. In 2017, Ukraine harvested 61.3 million metric tonnes of grain and according to forecasts, agricultural production in Ukraine will increase by approximately 16 million tonnes of grain in the next 4-5 years. Central to this growth is the continued investment by Ukrainian company Nibulon.
Telestack installed and commissioned a mobile materials transfer and shiploading system for Riga Fertiliser Terminal that comprised of a TS 542 Radial Telescopic Conveyor, a HF 514 Mobile hopper Feeder and a series of Telestack 30 metre mobile Link Conveyors. The transhipment terminal is the most advanced and safest handling facility for fertiliser in Northern Europe.