American International container unloaders are very versatile, you can unload 20’, 40’ and even 53’ foot shipping containers for a wide range of bulk materials.
With this unique system you can increase the productivity of your operation while improving safety and allowing you to avoid the contamination risks caused by double handling the imported material.
Instead of always relying on expensive and hard to find tilting trailers, American International Unloaders or Tilters allow for immediate and controlled unloading of shipping containers.
Minerals including nickel, coal, lime, cement, Polymers including resins PET, PE, PP, Recycling
We offer a better container unloading process than tilting trailers.
Our innovative Container Unloaders for Food products including sugar, grain, rice, soya bean, coffee.
Maximize your profits by unloading plastic resin from shipping containers with single container liner bags.
Using the remote control included with the container unloader, the entire unloading process can be safely completed by a single operator - thereby minimizing labor costs. For those companies who need to unload their material slowly or at a certain time in the future, full containers can be stored on the container unloader and unloaded when necessary.
Lower Labor Costs: using a single operator.
No Contamination Risks: containers can be unloaded directly into silo./storage
No More Tilting Trailers: no more looking for hard to find and expensive tilting trailers.
Safer: can be operated with one controller.one operator and options for safety hoops and safety tie down chain for extreme full tilt over 45 Degree tilt
More Convenient: unload containers when you want.
More Control: control unloading speed by adjusting tilt angle.
Easier To Store Containers: allows you to store container in tilter and unload over a longer period of time.
Adverse weather Protection: Snow protector , at the top of container, prevents snow slide during tilting
Designed & Built for Overseas Shipping
SAFETY & HANDLING
2018 Study done on safety issues with containers using super sacks.