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FLSmidth maintains 2014 guidance

14 August 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has reviewed and approved the company’s interim report for the six months to 30 June 2014, maintaining its 2014 guidance and noting a significant improvement in margins. However, its order intake declined declined due to a lack of large orders, whereas announced orders were stable. In 2Q14 FLSmidth's order intake fell by 17 per cent to DKK4643m and the order backlog fell by 20 per cent to DK21,713m. Revenue was down 19 per cent to DKK5577m. EBITA increased 52 per cent to DK472m, c...

Corporate restructuring at FLSmidth

14 August 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has announced a number of organisational structure changes, as well as adjustments to the Group Executive Management. The new organisation will consist of the four divisions. The Material Handling and Mineral Processing divisions will be merged into a Minerals division. Cement and Customer Services will be maintained as separate divisions. A new Product Companies division will be created to foster globalisation and growth of FLSmidth's unique product brands. FLSmidth said the new...

Sinai Cement awards FLSmidth contract to prepare for coal usage

25 July 2014, Published under Cement News

Sinai Cement Co (SCC) has awarded FLSmidth, the contract to provide the equipment to facilitate the use of coal, Daily News Egypt has reported. The Egyptian-based cement producer also said it would partner with local contractors and suppliers to equip the plant to use coal as an alternative energy to natural gas and fuel oil.

Carthage Cement issues Provisional Performance Acceptance certificate, Tunisia

06 June 2014, Published under Cement News

The Provisional Acceptance certificate has been issued by Carthage Cement for the 5800tpd Djebel Ressas cement plant in Tunisia, constructed by an FLSmdith-Ekon-Prokon consortium on an EPC turkney basis. The greenfield Djebel Ressas plant is the first project to be completed after the Arab Spring. According to a statement by Ekon, the plant has exceeded design figures in terms of production capacity and product quality while achieving less emissions.

FLSmidth establishes Colombian office

19 February 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth is expanding its operations on the Colombian market through the establishment of a new office in the city of Barranquilla in the northern part of the country. “The new office that opened on 1 January 2014 will bring FLSmidth even closer to its customers on the Colombian market and strengthen the local service offerings,” FLSmidth said in a statement. The company also added that over the last decade, the Colombian economy has been on an upward spiral due to improvement in the secu...

FLSmidth wins Hope Construction process optimisation contract, UK

18 February 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has been awarded a contract for process optimisation of Hope Construction Materials’ cement plant in Derbyshire, UK, using FLSmidth’s ECS/ProcessExpert® system. The system stabilises the plant, optimises the production, manages and corrects process disruptions and minimises wear on plant equipment – all to ensure optimum plant performance. By improving equipment availability and utilisation, the system helps reduce operational and maintenance costs. The order includes optimisation...

FLSmidth wins Indonesian greenfield order

17 February 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has received an order worth approximately EUR42m (approximately DKK310m) from Indonesian cement producer PT Semen Gresik for a greenfield cement plant with a capacity of 8000tpd. The new plant will be located just outside the city of Rembang in the northeastern part of Central Java, Indonesia. The order comprises equipment for the main part of the production line, including a raw mill, coal mill, preheater, kiln, burner, clinker cooler and silo equipment as well as a complete con...

FLSmidth swings to full-year loss, Denmark

14 February 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth reported its first full-year net loss for over a decade and saw cement orders fall by 26 per cent despite a strong increase in the final quarter. The Denmark-based equipment supplier reported a net loss of DKK784m (US$143.9m) for last year compared with a net profit of DKK1.3bn in 2012. The company's overall order intake decreased 25 per cent to DKK 20,911m compared to DKK 27,727m the year before. The order backlog fell 24 per cent to DKK 22,312m (end of 2012: DKK 29,451m). Revenue...

FLSmidth wins order from Oman Cement

17 January 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has received an order worth US$38m from Oman Cement Co for the supply of milling equipment for a grinding plant located in Rusayl Industrial Area, 6km from Port Sultan Qaboos, Muscat.   The order covers supply of a 150tph closed circuit ball mill system including two cement silos, each with a capacity of 8000t. The scope of supply also includes a high-efficiency central drive for the ball mill and a dynamic separator and fabric filters to reduce dust emission.   "Infrastructure gr...

New member of FLSmidth Group Executive Management

10 January 2014, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth announced that Eric Thomas Poupier has been appointed to a newly created position in Group Executive Management as Group Executive Vice President, Business Development and will take up his new position 15 January 2014.   Eric Thomas Poupier, age 37, is a French citizen and has since 2011 been a Manager at Bain & Company in Stockholm managing projects for Nordic clients. From 2007 to 2011 Eric Poupier was a consultant for Bain & Company in Stockholm specialised in reorganisation, gro...