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Thermo Electron Corporation continues to enjoy steady orders

10 November 2003, Published under Cement News

For the first half of 2003, Thermo Electron Corporation has continued to enjoy the steady order performance for ARL X-ray analysers that was achieved over 2002. No less than 17 orders were obtained from the cement industry during these six months. Both the ARL 9800 XP and the mid-power ARL 9800 OASIS have been ordered seven times each. The mid-power sequential XRF ARL ADVANT’X has been chosen once while two orders were placed for the new low power ARL OPTIM’X. Contracts originate from fo...

FL Smidth to modernise and expand Iranian cement plant

10 November 2003, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has won a contract to modernise and expand a cement production line near the town of Kermanshar, some 450 km southwest of the Iranian capital, Tehran. The customer is Gharb Cement Industries, part of the Fars & Khuzestan Cement Co Group, which is Iran’s largest cement producer. The total value of the contract is 14.6m euros or 108m Danish kroner. After the modernisation and expansion of the plant, Gharb Cement Industries will have doubled its production capacity to 4000tpd. Mach...

KHD upgrades Iskenderun cement mill, Turkey

05 November 2003, Published under Cement News

OYSA Cimento Sanayii ve Ticaret AS, Turkey has awarded KHD Humboldt Wedag AG the contract to increase the capacity of the existing tube mill #2 by conversion to a semi-finish-grinding system. Increase in capacity for OPC will be 130 per cent and 160 per cent for slag meal at a fineness of 5000 cm3/g. The contract with KHD includes as key plant components: Roller Press RP 20-170/180 VSK -Separator 112/24-3250 ROLCOX‚ automation system. The new system for drying and grindin...

Capacity increase from 300 to 430tph cement at Jingyang plant, China

05 November 2003, Published under Cement News

KHD Humboldt Wedag AG has been awarded the order, under a contract with CBMI Construction Company Ltd, Tangshan, China, to increase the capacity of the existing cement mill system at Jingyang plant, Jiangsu Province of Chia Hsin Jingyang Cement Company Ltd. The order includes engineering, equipment supply and supervision of local manufacturing, erection and commissioning for the first RP grinding plant with VSK -separator in China. The core machines of this outstanding and new grinding s...

FL Smidth successes in Iran

25 September 2003, Published under Cement News

The partly privately owned Iranian Khazar Cement Company (KCC), part of the Fars & Khuzestan Cement Company, has placed an order with the FLSmidth Group for upgrading and modernising its cement plant in Khazar, 175 km north-west of the capital Tehran. The contract value is EUR14m, or DKK105m. The upgrade will double the production capacity of FKCC’s cement plant to 4000tpd. The machinery and equipment will be delivered over the next 15 months. The plant is expected to come on-stream in the s...

New order for Humboldt Wedag, Inc

17 September 2003, Published under Cement News

Humboldt Wedag Inc, Norcross, GA, subsidiary of KHD Humboldt Wedag AG, Cologne, Germany announced that it has been awarded a turnkey contract to increase the grinding capacity at Lafarge’s recently expanded cement manufacturing plant in Calera, Alabama. Humboldt Wedag was previously awarded the contract to design and supply the new pyro-processing line which began operation in March 2002. The main equipment for Lafarge’s new Finish Mill No. 3 turnkey contract will include a Humboldt Wedag...

New orders for FLSmidth

06 August 2003, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has received an order worth over US$31m for a greenfield slag grinding facility in Port Canaveral, Florida, USA. The order was made by Civil & Marine Inc, USA, part of British Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag (GGBS) production and consultancy group Civil & Marine Slag Cement Ltd. The slag facility will be supplied on turnkey terms by FLSmidth’s US branch. The machines and equipment will be delivered to the plant site during the next six months. The slag grinding facility is e...

New orders for ABB

06 August 2003, Published under Cement News

ABB announced that it has received a R32-million process automation contract from cement company Alpha South Africa for the upgrade of Alpha’s kiln 3 at Dudfield. The aim is to use the latest technology to increase production of the kiln. The new filters will help reduce stack emissions to well below internationally applied standards. The order includes the process automation hardware and software design for the entire plant, automation, and field instrumentation, supply of low and mediu...

RMC Rugby Cement invests in Hi-tech truck fleet

04 August 2003, Published under Cement News

RMC Rugby Cement, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of cement products, has purchased 115 new Volvo trucks. The order, the largest ever placed with the truck manufacturer, is part of an ongoing investment programme by RMC in its equipment and staff. Resplendent in the distinctive RMC orange branding, the state-of-the-art units offer drivers the latest technology and in-cab comfort. As well as a more spacious cab, CD-player, night heaters and air conditioning, every truck has a host of tec...

FLSmidth wins contract in Iran

03 July 2003, Published under Cement News

Saveh White Cement Co, a partly state-owned Iranian enterprise, has placed an order with FLSmidth for two production lines with a total capacity of 7200t grey cement per day. The value of the contract is 70 million euro. The contract with Saveh White Cement Co. (SWCC) for two 3600tpd production lines is the largest single cement project ever in Iran and the Middle East in terms of production capacity. The machinery and equipment will be shipped during the next 12 to 18 months to the pl...