BHS Sonthofen

New Mixing Division Sales Manager for U.S. Site

Mike Kerins is the new Mixing Division Sales Manager at the American subsidiary BHS-Sonthofen Inc. based in Charlotte, North Carolina. BHS-Sonthofen has appointed him to further strengthen the sales team, which has quadrupled the number of mixers installed in North America since 2011. Moreover, BHS is now offering its customers the option to carry out material and field tests at their own facilities by providing laboratory mixers on a rental basis.

BHS-Sonthofen has appointed Kerins to further capitalize on the continually increasing acceptance of BHS mixers in North America. Kerins has over...

Related articles:

Advertorial / Advert

BHS-Sonthofen provided mixing technology for the ambitious "Pier 55" project in New York

A green oasis with spectacular views of Manhattan, the 24-acre "Little Island" is another impressive New York City landmark. It' s been almost ten years since the start of design phase for the former...

more
Issue 2016-03 Haarup Maskinfabrik

New energy-efficient gearbox ­developed

The efforts of the Haarup design team have resulted in the development of a new generation of gearboxes for Haarup’s 3,000 and 3,750 l concrete mixers, giving customers significant advantages due to...

more
Advertorial/Advert

Tecwill uses mixer from BHS for major infrastructure project Concrete for Europe’s biggest wind farm

In the North of Sweden, Ruskon Betony Oy is involved in building one of the biggest wind farms in the world: The first building phase includes 176 windmills, with 440 more windmills to follow. In...

more
Issue 2020-08 BHS SONTHOFEN

Tecwill Oy concrete for Europe’s biggest wind farm

Mixing concrete for more than 1100 windmills of Europe’s biggest wind farm is no small task. Which is why Tecwill Oy, a Finnish expert for concrete batching plants, puts his trust in a twin-shaft...

more
Issue 2020-09 BHS-SONTHOFEN

Production of concrete blocks for dam project using BHS mixing technology

The enclosure dam between the Wadden Sea and the Ijsselmeer has protected large parts of the Netherlands against flooding since 1932. Meanwhile, the building structure is in need of refurbishment and...

more