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Kant modernises packing department

01 October 2019, Published under Cement News

Kant Cement plant in the Chui region, Kyrgyz Republic, has modernised the packing department. The company installed a Turbo K8 filling machine from Russia-based Vselug for more accurate and convenient packing of cement. German BERG compressors to clean sleeves also entered service. Kant aims to ship at least 60 per cent of its products in 25kg and 50kg bags. The new equipment will enable the cement plant to provide 24/7 product delivery.

Holcim Philippines inaugurates new facilities at Bulacan unit

24 September 2019, Published under Cement News

Holcim Philippines has inaugurated new storage and loading facilities at its plant in Norzagaray, Bulacan, which it hopes will help boost production. The additions include a new warehouse with six loading bays and new packing and loading machines. "This is the third site we are holding inauguration activities at this year as our company continues investments to strengthen our ability to support our customers nationwide," said John Stull, CEO, Holcim Philippines. "This is part of our greate...

Cibao opens new packing and dispatch facility

23 November 2018, Published under Cement News

Cementos Cibao inaugurated a new packing, palletising and cement dispatch plant in Santiago, Dominican Republic on Tuesday. The plant has two complete and fully-automated packing lines, a palletising system and a covered warehouse with the capacity to store 200,000 bags of cement. "It is this principle of hard work, disciplined and with total dedication together with a vocation of service to which my father has always taught us, which has continuously and permanently promoted the growth of...

Raysut Cement opens new packing line

27 March 2018, Published under Cement News

Oman's Raysut Cement Co recently inaugurated a new packing line, installed by a leading European equipment manufacturer. The new line will double the packing capacity at its Salalah plant, enabling the company to supply an additional 1Mta of bagged supply to the export markets of Yemen, Somalia and east Africa. The project represents an investment of OMR1.5m (US$3.9m).

Lipetskcement brings new logistics facility online

20 December 2017, Published under Cement News

Lipetskcement, part of the Eurocement Group, has launched a new RUB600m (US$10.4m) production and logistics facility for packing, palletising and shipping of cement. The investment enables Lipetskcement to ship up to 10,000tpd of cement. The company has increased its loading rate of bulk cement trucks by more than five times. In the packing section, the bagging rate has more than doubled to 2400bags/h.

Fancesa to modernise Cal Orck’o packing section

12 July 2017, Published under Cement News

Fabrica Nacional de Cemento SA (Fancesa) has received four proposals for the modernisation of its packing department at its Cal Orck’o plant, Bolivia. Haver & Boecker, FL Smidth Ventomatic, Claudius Peters Inc and Beumer Latinoamérica all responded to the call for tender to supply equipment for a new cement silo, a rotary packer with automatic bag applicator and a mechanised truck loading system.

Russia: Kavkazcement upgrades packing and shipment facility

02 December 2016, Published under Cement News

Eurocement Group has started operation of a cement palletisation and shipment facility at Kavkazcement in Karachay-Cherkessia, northern Caucasus. A new automated bulk cement shipment system and enhanced dust control system will help speed up the shipment of products more than five-fold, improve customer services and working conditions at the plant.

Cemex to invest US$7m in San Pedro de Macoris

09 March 2015, Published under Cement News

Cemex is investing DOP315m (US$7m) in a new packing and palletising line at its San Pedro de Macoris plant, Dominican Republic, to increase capacity and cover market demand for the next five years. In addition, the company will also carry out an upgrade to one of the works’ mills. This will allow the company to increase output and ensure a greater continuity of operation. Cemex is also investing MXN256.5m in 50 concrete mixing trucks.

Meeting bagging targets

29 October 2014, Published under Cement News

With Indonesia’s forecast to maintain healthy cement demand growth rates and a high population growth to support future market expansion, the country’s cement producers are gearing up to bring their product to customers as efficiently and swiftly as possible. For Indocement, this meant increasing its packing capacity, adding a new cement sack line at its flagship Citeureup plant near Jakarta. By Windmöller & Hölscher, Germany. Indocement recently inaugurated its new cement bagging lin...

Meeting the market

18 February 2013, Published under Cement News

As Colombia embarks on an ambitious programme to modernise its infrastructure and meet its housing deficit, cement consumption is expected to substantially increase. Market leader Cementos Argos is now expanding its capacity, particularly in the central part of the country, to meet this market demand. By Cementos Argos, Colombia. The Cairo plant will benefit from a higher grinding capacity and improved packing facilities A leader in the Colombian cement, concrete and aggregate...