Thanks to their well-known Service structure, VOLVO Maskin AS and their 20 service stations will add additional value to our "GreenLine" products and intensify the market development for SENNEBOGEN recycling machines in Norway. IMB Maskiner AS will continue concentrating on the complete " CraneLine" for all industries and the Ports in particular. This also includes quay-based material handling-machines (GreenLine) for on-and offloading / bulkhandling of ships. In terms of After Sales Service VOLVO Maskin AS and IMB Maskiner has agreed to co-operate where this will be an advantage.
The name SENNEBOGEN stands for over 60 years for reliable and technically advanced equipment. At the highest level of quality, the machines are produced in Germany at the sites Straubing and Wackersdorf and distributed through a nationwide distributor network. In addition to consulting and the sale of machinery, a very fast service and a good supply of spare parts is standing in the foreground. Therefore our SENNEBOGEN dealers are the competent contact for maintenance and service, and in case of need to quickly help locally.
SENNEBOGEN is proud to extend its Market access in Norway in the year of its 61. anniversary. With its extended product range SENNEBOGEN offers solutions to any material handling task with machines in the size of 11- 270 t own weight. The SENNEBOGEN machines are purpose built for industrial 3-shift operation and are well known for it`s reliability and easy service access. All material handling machines are also available with cost-saving and environmental-friendly electro engines. Sophisticated Balancer and Equilibrium concepts offer cost savings of up to 75% compared to conventional machines.With the huge range and variety of solutions such as electric motors, Equilibrium balanced machines SENNEBOGEN belongs to the main suppliers for the material handling industry.
Caption: They are looking forward to a prosperous cooperation in Norway: From left: Area-Sales Manager Robert Aumüller, Director Erich Sennebogen, Volvo Maskin Director Jon Vislie, Knut Grepperud, David Kristianslund (all Volvo), Tom Fredheim (Director IMB Maskiner) und Morten Karlsen (Volvo).