1. July 2024

SCHADE Lagertechnik

SCHADE machine at the Zollverein Coal Mine Industrial Complex

From a place of action to a place of encounter What began life as a machine in 1973 will become a place encounter for man and machine in 2024: more than 50 years ago, Ruhrkohle AG acquired the Combined Stacker/Reclaimer from SCHADE. When the colliery closed in 1986, it kept its well-earned place near the […]

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2. May 2024

SCHADE Lagertechnik

SCHADE delegation at the Lünen power plant

750 megawatts in the grid A SCHADE delegation visited the coal-fired power plant in Lünen, which was commissioned in 2013 and is still one of the most modern in the world. With its 750 megawatts of output, Trianel makes an important contribution to security of supply – including 75 MW of district heating for the […]

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16. April 2024

SCHADE Lagertechnik

SCHADE vintage 1953

50 tonnes of history in motion 7 September 1951, Westdeutsches Tageblatt: “Steel giant shifts 200 t per hour” The “salt scraper” developed by SCHADE in Dortmund was making headlines in the early fifties. With its 11 m long slewing boom the Reclaimer was able to dig out stored salt which had become a solid mass […]

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20. March 2024

AUMUND Group Field Service, SCHADE Lagertechnik

45 metres below zero

Inspection of a large excavator This bucket chain deep-dredger has been working continuously for a Danish cement plant for 45 years now. The chain-guided boom works at a steep angle of inclination of up to 50 degrees, achieving a reclaim height of 45m. The digger weighs about 1,200 tonnes and carries out its deep-cut operations […]

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15. March 2024

SCHADE Lagertechnik

Schade’s first giant

Back to the early 50s Steel is in its blood. Back in Gustav Schade’s lifetime, the former forging and fitting workshop was courageously entering new industrial territory. From 1919 when it relocated to its works premises of 50,000 m² in the Schüren area of Dortmund, SCHADE presented a wide product offering: crushing, blending, transportation and […]

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7. February 2024

SCHADE Lagertechnik

A breakthrough for SCHADE

It is 1919. The small forging and fitting workshop in Dortmund has developed into a flourishing business. Coalmining has become the most significant driver of product range expansion, and Gustav Schade’s “wheelbarrow” is sidelined in favour of conveying equipment for the mining of this black gold. The business grows exponentially and finds its second home […]

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