Breakbulk Americas is the largest exhibition of its kind in the Americas, bringing top-tier shippers together with breakbulk and project cargo service providers.
Rubb will be connecting with executives from leading large-scale shippers who are moving cargoes throughout the Americas and around the world.
Exhibitors and sponsors at the event include specialized ocean carriers, freight forwarders, ports/terminals, logistics providers, road, rail, barge and air transportation, export packers, equipment companies and more.
Conference sessions featuring industry experts will be held on the exhibition floor. Those seeking to build their professional skills can participate in a number of workshops, designed for a variety of experience levels.
The team from Rubb will be presenting the benefits of our port storage buildings at Booth 151. These innovative and durable structures provide storage solutions that allow for maximum flexibility with respect to multiple handling methods and configurations. Relocating and re-using Rubb buildings is easy and cost effective, which is ideal for the continuous growth and high demand of any port.
Chuck Auger, Rubb USA Marketing Manager, said: “Rubb Building Systems is excited to be exhibiting at Breakbulk Americas for the 12th consecutive year. We look forward to connecting with customers past and present and making new friends. Please come and visit us at Booth 151 and learn what Rubb can do for you!”
Wednesday, September 28: 10am-6pm
Thursday, September 29: 10am-4pm
Explore how Rubb can help your organization at Booth 151, George R. Brown Convention Center, Texas, USA, September 26-29, 2016.
Silver & Baryte (S & B) Industrial Minerals, North America, Inc. imports minerals for distribution in the eastern United States. S & B approached Rubb about their need to build a bulk storage facility for perlite in the Theodore (Mobile) Alabama area.
Hissong Development Corporation, part of the Hissong Group of companies of Kennebunk, Maine, recently erected a Rubb structure at their bulk storage facility in South Portland, Maine as part of a commercial salt bagging operation.
Located on the Patapsco River, the new Rubb port storage structure, a 120′ x 700′ twin link BVE with a 16.4′ leg utilized a modified I-beam foundation with uplift pads and ground anchors.
Located along Portland Maine’s waterfront, Sprague Energy’s new climate controlled warehouse at the Merrill Marine Terminal is the crown jewel and seventh Rubb structure at this active port facility.