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ESCO brings Wear Management to service site in Middelburg South Africa

first_imgESCO, a global provider of wear parts and attachments for the mining industry has a new service site in Middelburg, South Africa. ESCOs Wear Management suite of products and services are available at this new supply site. Wear Management marries ESCO’s proven mining products with the expertise of its service technicians. This offering starts with Wearcheck 360 in which ESCO provides a full evaluation of a customer’s operation and then provides a range of services and products to solve any deficiencies.The Wear Management program at Middelburg has been tailored for customers in the surrounding mining cluster. Some of the products in the Wear Management toolkit include ESCO Kwik-Lok II runners, bimetallic buttons and blocks, crusher wear liners and accessories, and truck bodies for rock, overburden and coal. The Middelburg site also offers a mobile service truck that allows ESCO technicians to provide service or maintenance work at a customer’s location, reducing costly downtime. The all-terrain truck includes on-board electrical generation to power up to five welding machines, compressed air supply, specialized welding and cutting gasses, portable line boring and automated bore welding equipment, and a 12-ton crane.last_img read more

WIN IN BELARUS Kielce on the way to TOP 8

In the first round match of the Last 16, Vive Tauron Kielce took the 32:28 victory against Meshkov Brest and has gained a 4-goal-advantage before the return match in Kielce.Both teams started by going neck and neck; Brest had very little problems with breaking through Kielce defense, while the team from Poland showed well-thought-out attacks. Kielce had one-goal edge but their mistake allowed Belorussians to take the lead. Polish defense was far from perfect and Meshkov players often managed to throw from the 6-meter line practically untroubled; they also often looked for their pivot, ex-Kielce player, Rastko Stojković. Kielce were backed by saves of their goalkeeper which was pretty important for them because in 17. minute Pavel Atman gave his team 3-goal-lead (10:7). Sławomir Szmal made up for his mates’ mistakes and mostly thanks to his saves they were able to catch up. Before 20. minute Mateusz Kus was sent off the court for two minutes for the second time and coach Duyshebaev decided Michał Jurecki would replace his mate in the defence. The defence started playing a little better and Kielce were able to fight for a better result but even though they equalised at 12:12 with 2 minutes to go, the hosts perfectly took advantage of their opponents unsuccessful attempts and Stojković gave his team 2-goal-advantage at the break (14:12).Meshkov: Pesić, Patotski, Charapenka – Atman 7, Babiczew 1, Baranow 1, Kamyszyk, Kristopans 4, Kulak, Nikulenkow 3, Razgor 1, Szumak 1, Szyłowicz 4, Stojković 5, Tiumencew 1, Vukić.Vive: Szmal, Sego – Aguinagalde, Bielecki 8, Buntić, Chrapkowski 1, Cupić 3, Jachlewski, Jurecki 10, Kus, Lijewski 2, Reichmann 1, Strlek 3, Zorman 4.Unfortunately for Meshkov, they didn’t begin the second half as well as they finished the first one. Despite good defence, they didn’t do too well in attack and Kielce, mostly thanks to Jurecki, took the lead at 15:14. Within space of five minutes Brest lost Atman and Shylovich for two minutes but they still were able to give Kielce a hard time by good defending, even being shorthanded. Once again the teams trod a fine line and once again it was Brest who did better and took the lead. In the 43. minute Kielce lost Kus for his third 2-minute suspension but it did not disturb Kielce, on the contrary actually – with ten minutes to go, they took 3-goal lead and kept scoring. The hero of Kielce was Jurecki who was excellent especially in the attack. Meshkov used the last moments to reduce the gap of 5 and in the last second they scored for 28:31 which seemed to be the final result but Tobias Reichmann hit the buzzer beater and Kielce are coming back home with 4 goals of advantage.TEXT: MARTYNA USNARSKA martyna usnarska ← Previous Story EHF CL TOP 16: From Montpellier to Zaporozhye Next Story → VIDEO: Flensburg beat the buzzer in Montpellier read more