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Siemens to supply Edo Cement with gas turbines, Nigeria

07 May 2013, Published under Cement News

Siemens Energy has been awarded an order for three of its model SGT-500 gas turbines to Edo Cement for a new plant being constructed by the BUA Group in Nigeria. The order marks the first deliveries of such units to the southwest African country. These industrial turbines will be deployed for electric power generation for the Okpella Cement Factory in Okpella, a city located in the Nigerian state of Edo, providing the added benefit of low emissions. "This turbine is currently undergoin...

Cemex to supply new hydroelectric plant and tidal barrage in the Nile River

11 March 2013, Published under Cement News

Cemex in Egypt is supplying cement for the construction of a new tidal barrage and hydroelectric power plant in the Nile River that is expected to generate 32MW of energy and also improve the irrigation to a landmass of about 1.6 million acres large, the equivalent to eight times the area of New York City. This project, funded by the Egyptian government, is expected to improve navigation in the Nile and provide water and clean, renewable energy to the five neighbouring cities of Assiut, M...

Loesche awarded new contract at Dangote’s Ibese works, Nigeria

21 January 2013, Published under Cement News

Loesche has been awarded a contract by Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd (NCDRI) for Dangote’s Line 3+4 at its Ibese works in Nigeria. Loesche had previously delivered equipment for Ibese Lines 1+2. Five Loesche Mills will be included in the process: for the raw material grinding plant two Loesche Mill Type LM 69.6 will be installed for the grinding of cement raw material at a product range of 450tph (maximum 540tph) with a fineness of 10 per cent R DIN 0.09mm. The mill motor capacit...

Loesche wins new grinding order from Semen Padang, Indonesia

15 January 2013, Published under Cement News

Indonesian cement producer Semen Padang has selected a Loesche LM 46.2+2 vertical mill for its new grinding plant on the east coast of Sumatra. The new mill will meet the requirements of various grinding materials such as clinker, gypsum, pozzolana, limestone and flyash. The product rates required wil be 150tph of PPC with a fineness of 4000Blaine and 125tph of OPC with a fineness of 3600Blaine. In addition to the mill and mill motor (with a design capacity of 3,150kW), the order includ...

Dangote orders 500 heavy-duty trucks from Beiqi Foton

21 November 2012, Published under Cement News

Nigerian cement producer Dangote Cement has awarded the contract for 500 Foton-Daimler heavy-duty trucks to Beiqi Foton, one of China’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturers.

ASEC wins renewal of technical management agreement, Egypt

02 October 2012, Published under Cement News

ASEC Holding has signed a technical management agreement with Misr Qena Cement for a second 10-year period. “We are very pleased to have won renewal of this contract, as we feel that this is a clear endorsement of 10 years’ hard work by ASEC Engineering in Qena,” said ASEC Engineering Chief Executive Officer Mohamed Galal Yakout. “We are looking forward to another decade of providing outstanding service to a trusted business partner.” The award was the result of a limited closed-envelope t...

Cemex secures contract to supply concrete for Shetland Gas project

28 May 2012, Published under Cement News

The first batch of concrete from CEMEX UK has been delivered for the construction of a new UK£500m onshore gas plant in the Shetland Islands. The contract, providing over 25,000m3 over 12 months, was awarded by Morrison Construction, Galliford Try’s Scottish construction business. The Cemex solution to providing concrete in one of the remotest parts of Britain is the erection of a mobile plant on site, modified to deal with the anticipated cold weather, and the complex logistics co-ordinati...

Cemex to supply cement for Central America’s first Metro system

25 May 2012, Published under Cement News

Cemex announced today that it is supplying nearly 100,000t of cement for the construction of Line 1 of the Panama Metro, a stretch of approximately 14km that is intended to connect two key hubs of the metropolitan area of Panama City. With this project, Panama would become the first country in Central America with a Metro system. The Metro line will be both above and below ground and will require the construction of tunnels, trenches, and viaducts, as well as the railway. The Metro line wil...