Elektro Bess d.o.o. (Ltd) was founded in 1993. From the outset it has been engaged in the assembly, disassembly and maintenance of asphalt / concrete plants and separation units.The Company has signed various agreements with the AMMANN Group, for whom they are a Sales Agent for spare parts and new plants within Croatia and Bosnia & Herzegovina.
For the last 21 years the Company has specialised in the assembly, disassembly and maintenance of asphalt and concrete plants and during this time it is proud to have assembled over 150 new plants, dissembled over 100 plants and reassembled and upgraded over 200 plants. Its team of highly skilled workers is able to meet deadlines and perform all tasks relating to the installation, dismantling, removal and servicing of asphalt and concrete plants.
When dismantling and re-assembling used asphalt and concrete plants, we offer transport logistics as well as all necessary machines required to carry out projects, and we have successfully completed several previous projects.
In addition to the assembly, disassembly and maintenance of asphalt and concrete plants over the last ten years, the Company has been intensively engaged in all possible upgrades to asphalt plants. Upgrades on asphalt and concrete plants are implemented to save energy, incorporate new technologies, improve resource management (minerals, fillers and binding agents) and meet new production standards relating to the production of asphalt or concrete mixes. Some of our previous successful upgrades include: plant upgrades to reclaim asphalt optionally as hot or cold asphalt, upgrade of a foamed bitumen (Schaumbitumen) plant used in making low temperature asphalt, upgrade of a plant designed for the use of polymer fibres and upgrade of a plant with a new control system.
During the previous fifteen years we are proud to have successfully implemented projects in Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovenia, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, the Netherlands, France, Egypt, Libya and Saudi Arabia.