Kony provides automatic industrial cranes for Chinese chemical enterprises by kneading chemically treated wood pulp into plastics. What opportunities and challenges will Kony face in the next 10 years/p>
introduction: in August, 2013, Kony crane company received an order for four 10 ton automatic industrial cranes from China Golmud Qinghai Salt Lake Industry Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as salt lake group). This is the second cooperation between the two sides since Kony provided 6 heavy cranes to Salt Lake Group in 2012. According to
in August, 2013, Kony crane company received an order for four 10 ton automatic industrial cranes from Golmud Qinghai Salt Lake Industry Group Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Salt Lake Group"). This is the second cooperation between the two sides since Kony provided 6 heavy cranes to Salt Lake Group in 2012. According to the agreement, Kony will complete the delivery in June, 2014. At present, Kony has incorporated this order into the business of Kony in the third quarter of 2013
Salt Lake Group is located about 4000 kilometers northwest of Shanghai, with an altitude of about 3000 meters. The company is mainly engaged in the R & D, production and sales of chemical products such as methanol, metal magnesium and calcium carbide (chemical salt). The production equipment of Salt Lake Group uses the latest technology and has a high degree of automation. Therefore, Kony provides the company with the most advanced fully automatic lifting equipment, which meets strict safety requirements. The crane provided by Kony this time will be used for customers to lift the mold for loading high-temperature liquid calcium carbide
"in the chemical industry, the development trend of equipment automation is accelerating." Eric Chen, head of Konecranes Asia Pacific industrial crane project, said, "Konecranes has advanced technology and a high degree of automation, which can perfectly cope with the occasions where customers have high requirements for product safety and productivity. The stress units are? MPa, kPa, kgf/cm2 and lbf/in2."
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