SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH

Bruchstr. 1, 45883 Gelsenkirchen
Germany
Telephone +49 209 50316-0
Fax +49 209 50316-288
sales@schade-lagertechnik.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
AUMUND Fördertechnik GmbH

Location

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Contact

Hubertine Hewel

Angestellter
Marketing, Vertrieb, Werbung, PR

Bruchstr. 1
45883 Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Phone
0031773211002

Email
hewel@aumund-holding.nl

Anton Shkolnik

Hauptabteilungsleiter
Marketing, Vertrieb, Werbung, PR

Bruchstr. 1
45883 Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Phone
004920950316224

Email
shkolnik@schade-lagertechnik.de

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 13  Miscellaneous equipment for metallurgical plants and rolling mills
  • 13.02  Lifting and conveying systems

Lifting and conveying systems

  • 13  Miscellaneous equipment for metallurgical plants and rolling mills
  • 13.04  Transport and storage techniques

Transport and storage techniques

  • 14  Steel mills

Our products

Product category: Lifting and conveying systems

Stockyard Technology

SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH is involved in the production of iron, steel, aluminium and other metals as well as on the raw materials side and the handling of dry and fossil energy bearing materials. In the very energy-intensive manufacture of metals no interruption in the supply chain should occur. SCHADE Storage and Blending Beds ensure the continuity of the production process.
SCHADE Lagertechnik develops, engineers and delivers Buffer Storage and Longitudinal Blending Beds for Longitudinal Storages, Circular Buffer Storages and Circular Storages with Blending Bed Systems with Stackers, Scrapers and Combined Stacker Reclaimers as well as Wagon Unloading Systems.

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Product category: Transport and storage techniques

Stockyard Technology

SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH is involved in the production of iron, steel, aluminium and other metals as well as on the raw materials side and the handling of dry and fossil energy bearing materials. In the very energy-intensive manufacture of metals no interruption in the supply chain should occur. SCHADE Storage and Blending Beds ensure the continuity of the production process.
SCHADE Lagertechnik develops, engineers and delivers Buffer Storage and Longitudinal Blending Beds for Longitudinal Storages, Circular Buffer Storages and Circular Storages with Blending Bed Systems with Stackers, Scrapers and Combined Stacker Reclaimers as well as Wagon Unloading Systems.

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Product category: Steel mills

Stockyard Technology

SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH is involved in the production of iron, steel, aluminium and other metals as well as on the raw materials side and the handling of dry and fossil energy bearing materials. In the very energy-intensive manufacture of metals no interruption in the supply chain should occur. SCHADE Storage and Blending Beds ensure the continuity of the production process.
SCHADE Lagertechnik develops, engineers and delivers Buffer Storage and Longitudinal Blending Beds for Longitudinal Storages, Circular Buffer Storages and Circular Storages with Blending Bed Systems with Stackers, Scrapers and Combined Stacker Reclaimers as well as Wagon Unloading Systems.

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About us

Company details

SCHADE Lagertechnik GmbH located in Gelsenkirchen/ Germany is a global market leader in designing and equipping mixing beds and bulk storage depots. The products and concepts are used, for example, for storing, reloading and mixing coal, limestone iron ore and fertilizers. They are mainly used in the industry (chemical, mining, cement), at power plants, in steel, iron and aluminium plants, and at ports and terminals. SCHADE stays together with the product companies AUMUND Fördertechnik (Rheinberg/ Germany) and SAMSON Materials Handling (Ely/ UK) under the roof of the AUMUND Group which operates in the field of storage, conveying and handling in more than 100 countries through its own facilities as well as a network of companies.


www.schade-lagertechnik.de

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Company data

Foundation

1879