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RAM Spreaders’ ancestral roots data back to a blacksmith company in Liverpool England in 1876. When the first container ships began to arrive in Liverpool, our founder Robert Arthur Mills used his specialised expertise and mobile workshop to repair port equipment and containers. It is there where RAM’s spreader journey began.
Read our blog to learn more about the importance of genuine spare parts for your equipment and why aftermarket parts should be avoided.
Dry Cargo International report on the success of the rotating spreader (RAM Revolver) and how it's revolutionized the bulk industry
The hydraulic test bench allows RAM's customers to properly maintain control valves, relief valves, and actuators in a container spreader.
RAM Spreaders recently commissioned a single MHC spreader at a port in Georgia, by partnering with local service agents.
RAM Spreaders maintenance team reflects on working through the pandemic and supporting our customers to keep their operations moving.
Turkey’s largest mining and metallurgy operations company EtiBakir have turned to the RAM Revolver for handling bulk on a reach stacker.
As Cop26 comes to a close, RAM Spreaders considers how the minding industry will play an integral part in building the digital future.
Port Strategy report on twist lock automation in the container handling industry. They reflect on RAM Spreaders PinSmart machine
Find out what RAM have been up since their last Newsletter back in Feb 2018, from energy efficiency tandem lifting article, the importance of genuine spare parts, customer news and the collaboration of the Groups RAM and PEINER SMAG Sales & Service Support.
DP World and New Gold Inc. announced the signing of a long-term agreement to facilitate the export of copper concentrate through DP World Fraser Surrey using rotating containers