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FAM Shiploaders

When selecting and designing a shiploader, the quality and properties of the bulk material, local conditions, performance parameters and environmental requirements play a decisive role.

With these aspects in mind, FAM engineers determine the most effective and cost-efficient handling principle while minimizing operational and maintenance requirements. The loading system must fit in the port infrastructure and match current and future vessel sizes.

That’s why FAM has developed a variety of different loading systems.

  • stationary shiploaders
  • mobile shiploaders mounted on rails
  • quadrant radial-type shiploaders
  • shiploaders with gravity spiral chute for loading bagged goods

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Selected References

Customer: GAP Insaat

Project: Port Garabogaz

Delivery and scope of service:

1x Belt conveyer BC1400x2771
1x Belt conveyor BC1400x695
1x Belt conveyor 800x62
1x Shiploader SL1200.31.D.H

Material / Output:
Urea 1200 t/h


Customer: OIS Indorama Port Ltd.

Project: Port Onne

Delivery and scope of service:

1x Shiploader SL900.23DX
1x Portal scraper KP900.47
1x Truck unloading TUL13.100
Various belt conveyor technology

Material / Output:
Urea 900 t/h


Customer: Taiheiyo Engineering Corporation

Project: Port Bohol

Delivery and scope of service:

1x Shiploader SL1200.17/23,5 OL

Material / Output:
Limestone 1200 t/h


Customer: Carbones del Cerrejon Ltd.

Project: Port Puerto Bolivar

Delivery and scope of service:

2x Shiploader SLRQ6600.56/27 OX

Material / Output:
Coal 6600 t/h


Customer: AMMC ArcelorMittal Mines Canada

Project: Port Cartier

Delivery and scope of service:

1x Shiploader SL8800.25EK

Material / Output:
Iron ore 8800 t/h


Customer: LLc Riga Fertilizer Terminal

Project: Port Riga

Delivery and scope of service:

2x Shiploader SL1900.44

Material / Output:
Urea 1900 t/h


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