Relocation projects typically involve specialized equipment, skilled professionals, and a carefully planned and coordinated process to ensure that the machinery is transported safely and efficiently.

Schneider Industries are highly specialized and skilled in moving and relocation of single machines to entire plants, providing a wide range of services including planning and coordination, disassembly and assembly, rigging services and transportation by land, sea or air.

Machine moving and relocation

The Expert Process of Machinery Relocation: Disassembling, Transporting, and Reassembling with Safety and Precision

The process of machinery moving and relocation usually involves several steps, including marking, disassembling and packing the equipment, loading the equipment onto specialized transport vehicles or into containers, transporting it to the new location, and then reassembling and installing the machinery at its new location. Our machinery relocation team avail of significant expertise and experience ensuring that the machinery is dismantled safely and will not be damaged during the move and that it is reassembled correctly to avoid safety hazards or operational issues.

Our team takes great pride in providing a smooth and seamless machinery relocation process for our clients, ensuring that their valuable equipment is relocated efficiently and safely. With our team’s expertise and precision, clients can trust that their machinery will be up and running in no time at its new location.

Schneider Industries supplies existing Tetra Pak® machines, filling lines, and spare parts. Schneider Industries is not sponsored, associated, approved, endorsed nor, in any way, affiliated with Tetra Pak® ( or any of its subsidiaries. The Tetra Pak® name and crest are trademarks of the Tetra Pak® Group, and any other products mentioned in this website are the trademarks of their respective holders. Any mention of a trademarked name or other mark is for reference purposes only in the remarketing of pre-owned/used units or for reference to make/model and should not be construed as contesting such trademark. Copyright/trademark infringements are not intended or implied.