“Ref, how long do we have left?”

A sentence that every active amateur footballer has heard many times. This is now a thing of the past, at least at SV Marienrachdorf home games. Together with the local companies Bioturm GmbH and Starnet, WWTec and Siloadmaxx GmbH & Co KG have sponsored a digital scoreboard.

SV Marienrachdorf has been characterised by excellent youth work for many years and is one of very few clubs in our region that still manages to get by without team collaborations with other clubs. We find this aspect particularly worthy of support and were happy to participate.

We were pleased when the scoreboard was inaugurated at the derby with a 6:0 home win.

Of course, we hope that the scoreboard will always be showing more goals for the home team in the long run.

WWTec GmbH & Co. KG, a company that specializes in bulk handling solutions, is pleased to announce that it has achieved the “Safety Certificate Contractors” (SCC) certification. This certification is an important recognition of the company’s commitment to workplace safety and its efforts to provide a safe and healthy work environment for its employees and customers.

The SCC certification scheme is specifically designed for contractors working in high-risk industries such as construction, chemical, and petrochemical and requires contractors to meet strict health, safety, and environmental management standards, including procedures for risk assessment, accident prevention, and emergency response.

Achieving SCC certification is a rigorous process that involves an evaluation of the company’s health and safety management system, an on-site inspection, and an assessment of the qualifications and training of employees. WWTec has worked diligently with its partner Hagen Consulting to implement robust health and safety management systems that meet the highest standards, ensuring that its operations are safe, reliable, and sustainable.

“We are proud to have achieved SCC certification, which demonstrates our commitment to workplace safety and our dedication to providing the highest level of service to our customers,” said WWTec CEO Lars Hanses. “We understand the importance of maintaining a safe and healthy work environment, and we are committed to continuously improving our health and safety practices.”

WWTec added the SCC certification to its already established ISO 9001:2015 certification. This is a testament to its commitment to excellence in all aspects of its business. The company’s customers can be assured that they are working with a trusted partner that prioritizes safety and reliability. WWTec looks forward to continuing to provide innovative and efficient bulk handling solutions while maintaining the highest standards of workplace safety.

You can view a copy of our certificates in the “Downloads” section.

The switch from FIBCs to loose container shipments has never been easier – even across the ocean. For a newly built plant, they wanted to be more flexible in receiving goods on the one hand and more cost-effective in transporting them on the other. With the Junior Cube unloading module, WWTec was able to deliver a customized solution from its modular design that combines both advantages.

In addition to the unloading module, WWTec also provides the peripherally required process resources in a technology container. Conveying air and process air compressors as well as the control system for the equipment are located in a 20-foot standard container. This design has additional advantages besides easy transport to Korea. The customer will not use the equipment continuously throughout the year. For these phases, the standard container offers enough storage space to also accommodate the Junior Cube unloading module. Then, after disconnecting the air and power connections, the container can be conveniently stored in a place that is not needed.

Here, however, WWTec is not yet finished with the flexibility offered. The customer can also use the compressors installed in the technology container for unloading silo vehicles. For this, the operator only has to select the desired operating mode on the touchpad and can establish the safe unloading line via 2 couplings to be connected. The touchpad is also used to communicate at all times with the plant’s control station in order to obtain safety-related approvals prior to unloading.