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FLSmidth signs contract in North Africa

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FLSmidth has signed a contract for a large cement plant in North Africa, the company said in a recent press release. The contract includes engineering, equipment supply, construction supervision, commissioning, and training.

The plant will have a capacity of 12 000 tpd and will supply cement mainly to its local market. The contract is worth more than €100 million and is conditional upon FLSmidth receiving a down payment.

“We are extremely proud to have been chosen as the preferred supplier of this cement plant,” said Per Mejnert Kristensen, Group Executive Vice President of FLSmidth’s cement division. “North Africa is a very important market to FLSmidth, and we have previously supplied several cement plants across the region.

The company released no further details. A further announcement is expected when all conditions have been met and contract becomes effective.

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