Milton Ontario based Carmeuse subsidiary Storage & Transfer Technologies in partnership with Schenck Process has launched a new lime injection system for electric arc furnace steel plants globally. This collaboration combines the expertise of each company's focus on lime handling, dense phase conveyance and lime manufacturing to bring an effective offering to the market. Customized to meet each steel plant's site and lime requirements, the system components include truck offloading, silo storage, pneumatic conveying, piping and controls up to the injection nozzle. This system can be installed in new sites or integrated into existing sites.Schenck Process is a global provider of sustainable products, integrated solutions, and services in mission-critical applications for bulk materials. Headquartered in Darmstadt in Germany, the Group has around 3,100 employees with a presence in over 21 countries across 6 continents focused on the food and mining markets, alongside chemicals and performance materials, and infrastructure and energy. The product offering includes solutions for industrial weighing, feeding, conveying, pulverizing and classification, screening, mixing and blending, and associated digital applications.Storage & Transfer Technologies is a global company, founded in 1970, that designs, installs and maintains lime storage, handling, and slaking systems. It engineers solutions that fit customers' needs and exceed their safety, efficiency, and reliability standards. SST supports customers throughout the full life cycle of their system from design concept to installation through maintenance.Carmeuse is a global manufacturer of lime and limestone products used in a variety of applications, founded in 1860 with a presence in Western, Central and Eastern Europe, North and South America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia. With global headquarters located in Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium, the Carmeuse Group has approximately 4,500 employees and serves over 8,500 customers annually through a network of 80 plants and 50 limestone quarries.