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Dangote Cement

22 July 2016, Published under Cement News

Dangote Cement has signed an EPC contract with Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd for its new 1.5Mta slag grinding plant in Onne, Nigeria. The US$89m project includes the entire process from the unloading of slag and plaster to the packaging and delivery of the final cement. Sinoma will provide engineering design, equipment procurement and supply, dismantling of existing factory buildings, civil construction, installation of mechanical and electrical equipment, debugging and staff tr...

Sinoma International Engineering's new Nigerian contract

22 October 2015, Published under Cement News

Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd has recently entered into an engineering, procurement and construction contract for a 6000tpd clinker cement production line and a power plant with Ibeto Cement Co Ltd in Nigeria, worth US$386m. This project is located in Enugu area of Nigeria. The contract covers the whole process from exploitation of limestone mines and crushing of raw materials to packing and delivery of cement, together with a 45MW self-generation power plant, including engineerin...

EPC contract signed for new Limak cement works, Turkey

02 June 2015, Published under Cement News

China's Sinoma International Engineering Co signed a contract on Friday with Turkey's Limak Holding to build a US$155m cement factory in the capital Ankara. The factory will have a capacity to produce 5000ptd of cement, Limak officials said during a signing ceremony for the equipment, procurement and construction (EPC) contract. Construction is expected to take 20 months and Sinoma expects to complete it in the first quarter of 2017.

PPC Barnet awards Sinoma DR Congo contract

11 August 2014, Published under Cement News

A new US$300m cement plant will be built in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The 1Mta cement works, owned by PPC Barnet DRC, will be located near Zamba, in the Cataracts district, around 230km from the capital Kinshasha. The construction of the plant is expected to take around 26 months to complete and will see the building of a fully-integrated works with a five-stage preheater kiln and inline calciner. To mark the inaugural phase of the project, PPC Barnet DRC signed an engineering,...