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4B Australia move to new premises

Bucket elevator and conveyor component supplier move to office and warehouse complex in Brisbane

After only one year in operation, bucket elevator and conveyor component supplier 4B Australia have already outgrown the premises that they started up in and have relocated to a new modern 450m3 office/warehouse complex located at Acacia Ridge in Brisbane. The new premise now allows 4B Australia to support the supply of all 4B products in Australia.

Managing director Paul Dennis explained how the move underlines the company’s strategy of maintaining high stock levels to be able to respond quickly to local customer demand: ‘Our product inventory in Australia now consists of the full range of sizes in the CC-S HDPE elevator bucket range, the pressed steel and the industrial Atlas AA nylon elevator bucket ranges also. We stock both FRASOR and food-grade elevator belts in a variety of tensile strengths, as well as many different style/size elevator bolts in both metric and imperial sizes.

‘Our electronics range has now also grown to include the highly successful range of level indicators, and we now stock almost all of the electronics that 4B offer globally to support the growing requirement for products that meet the high standards of IECex certification. Since re-locating we can now also offer our customers from stock, the 4B range of forged chain products for drag conveyors with a variety of flight options.’
4B Australia are the latest subsidiary of the 4B Braime Group, suppliers of bucket elevator and conveyor components and electronic monitoring equipment. 4B Braime introduced the first seamless steel elevator bucket back in 1909 and since then have been one of the leaders the field in elevator bucket and bolt design and manufacture. 4B supply the highest quality forged chain and elevator belting and 4B Braime’s electronic division specializes in level controls, electric sensors and safety control systems that prevent costly downtime and reduce the risks of explosions in hazardous areas.


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