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AUMUND wins order to supply Beni Suef clinker production lines

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Sinoma International Engineering has announced that its subsidiary, Chengdu Design and Research institute of Building Materials Industry (CDI) has signed a contract with the Egyptian government to build six 6000 tpd clinker production lines in Beni Suef. AUMUND Fordertechnik GmbH, in close cooperation with its Chinese subsidiary AUMUND Beijing, has won the order to supply the clinker conveying equipment for the project.

The identical lines will be equipped with four AUMUND BWG belt bucket elevators, with capacities of up to 650 tph, and three BWZ chain bucket elevators, with capacities of up to 550 tph.

The machinery package also includes four BWG-L belt bucket elevators (170 tph), one BWZ-L chain bucket elevator (80 tph) and six pan conveyors (375 tph), for each of the six lines.

The new Greenfield project in Beni Suef is expected to be completed within the next three years. The pilot phase of the new production lines is due to start as early as December 2017.

The 108 machines will be supplied by AUMUND in three deliveries, between April and June 2017.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/11012017/aumund-wins-order-to-supply-beni-suef-clinker-production-lines/

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