NEW E-CRANE COMMOSSIONED FOR PERDUE AGRIBUSINESS
A new 700 Series E-Crane went into service on May 11, 2018 for Perdue AgriBusiness at their Seaford Delaware river terminal. The model EH 4290 PD-E will unload soybeans and corn from barges arriving on the north bank of the Nanticoke River. The barge unloading facility is a brand new investment consisting of the dock, new receiving hopper, conveyor and supporting equipment. The products offloaded by the E-Crane are siloed and distributed to local Customers or an in-house feed mill blending facility by truck.
The final commission and training was performed by Mitchell Phillips and Nick Detray from ECI-USA, in cooperation with Mike Phillips (project manager) and Thomas Bunting (plant manager) from Perdue. The local maintenance and operators who participated in the training did a fantastic job and we look forward to working together with them as the newest members of the E-Crane family!
ABOUT PERDUE AGRIBUSINESS
Perdue AgriBusiness is a the grain logistics division of Perdue Farms, one of the largest meat, poultry, and pork processors in the United States. Perdue AgriBusiness operates in several markets such as grain/feed, food processing, and renewables. Their transportation and logistics expertise covers a wide range of activities: truck, rail, marine bulk, and container.