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Holcim, thyssenkrupp and Berlin University participate in amine scrubbing project

31 March 2022, Published under Cement News

thyssenkrupp Uhde, Holcim and the Technische Universität Berlin have partnered up in a joint project to investigate the use of a novel amine scrubbing technology for carbon capture. The goal is to significantly reduce CO 2  emissions from existing cement plants and at the same time utilise the captured CO 2  for other applications. In concrete terms, this includes the development of new mass transfer process equipment that is more efficient and resilient to contaminations. The project is be...

FLSmidth receives further clearance for acquisition of thyssenkrupp mining business

23 March 2022, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has now received regulatory clearances from the Australian, South African, Peruvian and Chilean authorities for its acquisition of thyssenkrupp's mining business. This is in addition to approvals already received from Canada and Morocco amongst others. All clearances to data have been without imposition of any competition related remedies, says the Denmark-based company in a statement. FLSmidth Group CEO Mikko Keto commented: “Receiving regulatory clearances in such important min...

Cementos Cibao opens new grinding unit

31 August 2021, Published under Cement News

Cementos Cibao inaugurated its new 134tph cement grinding plant in the presence of the Dominican Republic’s President Luis Abinader. The project represents a multi-million dollar investment and sees the plant meeting not only higher efficiency but also stricter environmental standards. Equipment for the new plant, including a vertical roller mill, was supplied by Germany-based thyssenkrupp. "With regard to production processes, we draw up plans to move forward to be more friendly with the ...

Advanced grinding technology to reduce CO2

08 June 2021, Published under Cement News

Dr Michael Clark considers the role of grinding technology in reducing clinker content but retaining the cement strength class. The first industrial installation of a polysius® booster mill was at Bursa Cimento, Turkey In the last two Technical Forum articles, we have seen the imperative and challenge to reduce emissions associated with cement manufacture and that the major cement companies recognise this imperative and intend to rise to the challenge. To date the most effect...

Boosting mill performance

02 February 2021, Published under Cement News

Reducing the clinker factor without compromising quality and the rising demand for high-performance cements are great challenges for the fine grinding technology used in cement plants. As part of its green cement plant project, thyssenkrupp has expanded its product range with the polysius® booster mill. While one cement producer has already integrated the mill into an existing grinding circuit, several others have tested the mill since August 2020 and are checking results in terms of specifi...

thyssenkrupp to build first industrial-scale activated clay-based cement plant in Cameroon

01 April 2020, Published under Cement News

Germany-based equipment supplier thyssenkrupp will build the first industrial-scale cement plant that uses activated clay to produce low-carbon cement in Cameroon, according to a company statement. thyssenkrupp is to fit the first cement plant with a system for the production of calcined clay for the Dutch-based company Cimpor Global Holdings. The technology developed by thyssenkrupp lowers CO 2 emissions in cement production by up to 40 per cent. Part of the clinker will be replaced with...

Future-proofing Algeria’s flagship

19 November 2019, Published under Cement News

Groupe Industriel des Ciments d’Algérie is set to increase its total cement capacity by 2.2Mta, thanks to the new Sigus cement plant, located in the province of Oum El Bouaghi, eastern Algeria. Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) partner thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions provided the complete range of key equipment, process solutions and 360˚ services to make this new greenfield cement plant future-proof. By Flavia Morlaix, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, France. Constr...

thyssenkrupp Group sets carbon neutral target of 2050

04 July 2019, Published under Cement News

thyssenKrupp Group aims to be carbon neutral by 2050, and to have cut emissions from production and outsourced energy by 30 per cent as early as by 2030. This means emissions from thyssenkrupp products have to fall by 16 per cent by 2030. "The threats posed by climate change affect us all. As an industrial company with operations around the globe we are in a particularly god position to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through sustainable products and processes. We take this responsibility v...

Yamama on track to the future

15 November 2018, Published under Cement News

Designed for a clinker capacity of 20,000tpd, Yamama Cement Company’s new plant complex is currently the largest cement project in the Middle East. For the cement company and its EPC contractor thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, the project is now entering the home straight. By thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG, Germany. Construction on Yamama Cement’s new 20,000tpd plant at Alhalal Alshamalia, Saudi Arabia, is well under way Yamama Cement, one of the oldest and largest cemen...

Shifting strategy for success

27 February 2017, Published under Cement News

In recent years, thyssenkrupp has evolved from being a stand-alone cement equipment supplier as Polysius to becoming fully integrated within the thyssenkrupp group of diversified industrial companies. As part of this larger structure, the company has further pursued and developed its strategy towards delivering complete cement plants on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis. ICR caught up with Frank Ruoss, CEO of Business Unit Cement at thyssenkrup Industrial Solutions and...