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Here at Saxlund, we thrive on being at the forefront of the bulk solids handling and storage industry. Our dedicated team of professionals are constantly developing new machinery and components, to ensure we give you the customer the best quality possible and keep Saxlund the industry standard.

Over the last 50 years our group  have had constant demand from companies worldwide. We offer a complete solution - bespoke design, construction, commissioning and comprehensive "after-sales" support.

Our specialist knowledge, with particular expertise in flat bottom silo and bunker, can be applied to bulk materials and alternative energy solutions for industries including Cement, BioEnergy, Wastewater and Energy from Waste.

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Sep 21, 2016
Category: Company News
Southampton, 21 September 2016: BioEnergy and bulk materials handling specialist Saxlund International, has been contracted by Mott MacDonald Bentley (MMB) to design and install a new sludge cake truck loading silo for Severn Trent Water’s Coalport Sewage Treatment Works (STW) in Shropshire to improve efficiency.
Sep 5, 2016
Category: Company News

Southampton, 5 September 2016: M+W Group the lead contractor for Surrey County Council’s new Eco Park, under construction at Charlton Lane, Shepperton in Surrey, has selected Saxlund International to provide the bulk material handling solution for the storage and discharge of RDF (refuse derived fuel) to feed the gasification facility within the site.