KettenWulf, founded in 1925 in KÃ¼ckelheim, Germany, has developed during its 80-year history from a simple manufacturer of link chains to one of the worldâ€™s leading manufacturers of conveyor chains, drive chains, and sprockets. KettenWulf develops and produces special chains and sprockets for the transportation of almost all bulk materials coal, coarse-grained ore, crushed stone, limstone and slate in the mining industry.
Component ManufacturerConveyor chains, drive chains, sprockets.
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