The green electric alternative

Keestrack introduces the new green electric alternative for their Explorer range of classifiers named ECO-drive. The Explorer 1500 and 1800 (Fig.),...


New software QuarryX

The new blasting planning software QuarryX has one goal: safe and efficient blasting. Following the proven software Quarry6, it represents the latest...


New partner in Switzerland

Biedermann Unterhalt & Vertrieb (BUV) has joined the CDE Partner Network following the signing of an agreement at CDE Global headquarters in Northern...


Change of name

With effect of 1 July 2012 the NETZSCH Mohno­pumpen GmbH has been renamed NETZSCH Pumpen & Systeme GmbH (Fig.). The change of name reflects the...


New Senior Vice President

With the closing 3 July 2012 of FLSmidth’s acquisition of Ludowici Limited, FLSmidth is announcing that it has appointed Patrick J. ­Largier (Fig.) as...



Open day at Metso in Bochum

On 14 and 15 September, the doors will be flung wide open to interested professionals and their families at Metso in Bochum, Germany (Fig.). The event...


SYMPHOS 2013 Announcement

OCP announces the call for registra­tion and papers for the 2nd edition of SYMPHOS, to be held in Agadir/Morocco from the 6th to the 10th of May 2013....



New bucket elevator drive unit

The new bucket elevator drive unit from the Siemens Drive Technologies Division contains components from the Flender SIG gearbox series and the new...


Record result for Sandvik

Nearly 20 000 visitors attended Hillhead in 2012. Sandvik Construction enjoyed their best Hillhead ever with nearly 3000 visitors coming to the stand...



Nearly 100 – and always one step ahead 

W. Steinhaus & Co. GmbH was founded in Mülheim in 1922, a period in which both the aftermath of the Great War and the first effects of the global economic crisis were clearly felt, and in which no little courage was needed to set up a new company. Wilhelm Heinrich Steinhaus, having previously gained experience as a sales engineer in the field of separation technology, nonetheless resolved on precisely this step. His still young enterprise was renamed “Siebtechnik GmbH“ in 1930. The founding of the first foreign subsidiaries then soon set the scene for the group’s international orientation. Robert Steinhaus, the founder’s grandnephew, took over management of the firm in 1974, following the death of Wilhelm Heinrich Steinhaus, and it is to him that the group owes the intensification of its international orientation; he laid the foundation stone for the company’s present-day size and global presence. Christian Steinhaus, after completing his studies...