BMT is involved with both industrial and commercial aspects of port equipment - including shiploaders and unloaders, stackers/ reclaimers, grab cranes, rotary dumpers and passenger gangways.
We have built a worldwide reputation for designing bulk materials handling systems which help our customers get their commodities such as coal and iron ore onto vessels more quickly and safely, day in day out.
We use specialist design tools to undertake finite element analysis, computational fluid dynamics, discrete particle modelling, fatigue and conveyor analysis. Our experts provide an efficient and reliable assessment of problems, supported by software specially developed in-house to carry out complex, state-of-the-art analysis for conveyor dynamics.
This is made possible not only by our technical abilities and the knowledge of our senior specialists but also because we work closely with customers and port authorities to understand their exact requirements.
Adani Abbot Point Terminal Pty Ltd recently acquired the existing Abbot Point Export Terminal.
BMT was commissioned to complete a multi-million dollar feasibility study to assess the commercial, technical and environmental viability of the Sebuku mine expansion project in Kalimantan, Indonesia. The majority of the study was completed in-house, showcasing the broad range of specialist skill sets that exist within BMT.
BMT designed the port as multi product facility that could handle both import and export of bulk products, livestock export and possibly Ro-Ro traffic.