In the Arctic Circle.
Working around the clock.
The silos are part of a steel works just outside Tornio. There the ore is used to make stainless steel. The Arocs drives up the ramp up to fourteen times a day. “We are on the job round the clock for five days at a stretch. Then the Arocs stands still for two days. We use that time for maintenance and servicing,” says Samuli.
He founded his own haulage company in 2005. Since then, he and his seven employees have been taking it in turns to drive back and forth between the mine in Kemi and the Outokumpu steel works in Tornio, in three shifts.
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