Connecting people with MB Crusher machines

29-11-2017

Largest Infrastructure Project In Europe – Fehmarn Belt Link

This is a very important project of connecting Denmark and Germany. The project consists of a double-track electrified rail line and a four-lane motorway that will enhance connectivity across the Baltic Sea region.
Connecting cities of Stockholm, Copenhagen, Hamburg and Berlin, the fixed link is slated to be the largest infrastructure project in Europe.
The Danish government has established Fehmarn Belt, a subsidiary of the state-owned Sund & Bælt Holding, to investigate and design the coast-to-coast link. Later, the Fehmarn Belt Company will construct and operate the link.
The link will replace energy consuming ferries and cut the travel time between Hamburg and Copenhagen by one hour.

[cit. http://www.roadtraffic-technology.com/projects/fehmarn-belt/]

Subsea tunnels between the islands of Streymoy and Eysturoy and between Streymoy and Sandoy

This is the biggest infrastructure expansion on the Faroe Islands ever.

The Sandoy tunnel connects the island of Sandoy to the greater part of Faroese infrastructure. The tunnel will be 10.6 kilometres long. The travel distance between Streymoy and Sandoy will be shortened significantly, however the biggest advantage will be the fact that people can travel to and from the island at any time during the day.
The Eysturoy tunnel connects Skálafjørður and Tórshavn together with a subsea tunnel, which will be a full 11 kilometres long. The tunnel will shorten the travel distance from Tórshavn to Runavík/Strendur from 55 kilometres to 17 kilometres.

[cit. http://www.estunlar.fo/en/]

Why MB Crusher machines can be useful for projects like these?

Operating process of a crusher bucket is extremely simple. First of all, the material can be taken directly to a yard or to any other location. This is followed by a phase in which the material is prepared for the work cycle by means of grabs and jackhammers. This is how the loose material crushing process begins, the material having been previously picked up, hoisted, carried and unloaded by the same bucket, and lastly grounded at the desired thickness. The resulting material can be reused for other jobs at the same worksite or be taken to other worksites and used to build yards, road embankments, drainage systems and for filling in various excavations.