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Claudius Peters PACPAL Packer for Algeria

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The Algerian company Société de Maintenance de l’Est (SME) awarded a contract to Claudius Peters Projects for the supply of two identical packing plants. SME belongs to Groupe Industriel des Ciments d’Algérie, the largest Algerian cement producer with eight cement lines and three further lines are in the planning stage. The first packing plant is for the plant Ouagla, 800 km south of Algiers and the second installation will be erected at the plant Biskra, both plants are operated by Société des Ciments d’Ain Touta.

The Claudius Peters‘ scope of supply comprises two packing plants with each one 6 spout rotary packer PACPAL Roto Fill for a capacity of 1600 bags/h as well as each two PACPAL truck loading plants. In addition to the pneumatic truck unloading station Claudius Peters supplies the engineering for each two steel silos for each 500 t and the building for the complete packing plant.

The delivery for the equipment is scheduled for beginning of November 2016.

Adapted from press release by Joseph Green

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