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Intercem wins order in Guinea

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Following its successful projects in the Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso, Intercem has been granted a new order from ‘Les Cimenteries de la Basse-Guinée in West Africa.

The order is for a cement grinding plant with a capacity of 500 000 tpy. This will include a raw material shed, a hopper station, a packing plant, and a truck loading station in Kamsar Guinea.

Project description

The project contains raw material storage with a capacity of 12 000 t. A 70 tph cement grinding plant is also included, with a vertical roller mill with four rollers and an installed power of 1250 kW, a high efficiency separator, the transport of two 1000 t cement silos, and two truck loading stations for bulk cement. The packing plant will include an eight spout rotary packer and two loading stations for bagged cement. Intercem will also supply the sub-systems, electrical equipment, complete engineering, supervision of the erection, and commissioning. All of the equipment will be delivered exclusively by renowned European manufacturers.

It is expected that groundbreaking will take place at the beginning of March 2019 and first cement production is scheduled 14 months after the contract comes into force.

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