Usually, grabs and spreaders are often utilized in ships and in ports to load and unload maritime cargo.
SMAG grabs have numerous features such as: maintenance free grab design, customized designs to customer needs, like unladen weight and volume. The company provides operator training, fast spare parts delivery across the world, specific environmentally friendly parts like for instance dust guards, bio oil and specialized grab lips. Consultation and service around the clock is available, by the well trained and professional SMAG specialist technicians.
All machines undergo acceptance testing by all the major classification companies like the DNV, LRS, GL, ABS and others.
SMAG offers you the benefits of a worldwide service sales network in addition to its high quality models which have propelled Peiner to be the leader and first choice in grabs. It is truly helpful that grabs are not only offered at all areas, but they are capable of being quickly repaired with no costly downtimes. There are always spare parts and professionals close by.
Salzgitter Maschinenbau AG was started in the year 1919. The company was first established by an engineer Anton Raky. Raky was a pioneer in oil drilling and modern drilling technology. The initial company name was Anton Raky, Tiefbohrungen in Salzgitter.
During the year 1937, the cornerstone for SMAG was laid when the manufacturing facility was acquired by the Salzgitter Group for making drilling machines. In the year 1986, the company bought the grab product division from Peiner AG. Soon after, Peiner was developed into a global brand name in the succeeding years. Currently, SMAG is the market leader in the globe, using grabs for agriculture, waste disposal, and global cargo handling applications.