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FLSmidth to supply new cement plant to Algeria

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FLSmidth is to deliver a complete cement plant for ETHRB Group, located in Relizane, Algeria, in partnership with Beijing Triumph International Engineering Company, part of CNBM Group. The plant will have a capacity of 12 000 tpd and supply cement to the North African market.

The €100 million contract will see the Danish company supply engineering, equipment, construction supervision, commissioning and training for two clinker production lines.

Beijing Triumph Engineering will be responsible for construction of the plant.

Main equipment will include two hammer impact crushers, one additive crusher, two circular storage areas, one longitudinal storage area, two ATOX raw mills, two CF silos, two preheaters, two kilns, two Cross-Bar coolers, a clinker silo, three OK cement mills, four cement silos, and six packing lines.

The order will be fully executed by the end of 2020.

This is the second recent order FLSmidth has received rom the Algerian market. Last February, the company received an order from SARL Amouda Ingineering for a 6000 tpd greenfield cement plant in El Beida, Algeria.

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