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Haver & Boecker and IBAU Hamburg upgrade Kwinana facility

20 March 2024, Published under Cement News

Cockburn Cement’s Kwinana facility has a new order with Haver & Boecker OHG and IBAU Hamburg of Germany. The upgrade will consolidate Cockburn Cement ’s Kwinana and Munster grinding operations into a single state-of-the-art, 1.5Mta purpose-built facility in Kwinana . Haver & Boecker’s bulk handling technology provider IBAU HAMBURG have been awarded the design, engineering and part of the procurement and supply contract of a wealth of key infrastructure upgrades. These upgrades includ...

World's largest multi-compartment cement silo commissioned

20 November 2023, Published under Cement News

Haver & Boecker, in conjunction with IBAU HAMBURG, has successfully completed the commissioning of the world’s largest multi-compartment cement silo at the Melbourne Cement facility at the Port of Melbourne, Australia. Located on Lorimer street, the 45kt IBAU silo is designed for cementitious powder. It is constructed with 2x6 outer cells and a single inner cell, with self-unloading ships set to feed into each storage cell of the silo at a feeding rate of up to 1200tph. The silo also con...

Schwenk invests in cement mill and multichamber silo

10 February 2021, Published under Cement News

Schwenk Zement plans to start operation of an additional cement mill and multichamber cement storage silo at its Broceni plant in Latvia at the end of this year. The completion of the project will enable more efficient use of the existing capacity at the facility, expand the range of cement produced with more environmentally-friendly product types and look towards new export markets. "We already export about 70 per cent of the cement produced in Brocēni to the Nordic countries and we can...

IBAU HAMBURG delivers road-mobile ship unloader to Sanghi Industries, India

12 September 2012, Published under Cement News

IBAU HAMBURG has recently delivered a road-mobile ship unloader, ordered by Sanghi Industries Ltd. for their Mumbai Cement Terminal. The road-mobile ship unloaders for mini bulk tankers are usually mounted on trailers (for road transport) as the ship unloader has to serve several terminals or because it is not possible to have stationary units in the harbour. Road-mobile, trailer-mounted ship unloaders have a self-supporting structure, are weighing approximately 30t and do have a high degr...