After 3 completed projects by the Intercem Group (Cimfaso & Cimasso/Burkina Faso and CimIvoire/Ivory Coast), a further contract was awarded to Intercem by the CimMetal Group in January 2020. This involves a cement grinding plant in Lomé, Togo, with a production capacity of 2.5 million tpa.
The order includes a truck unloading station (1000 tph), a storage facility for additives (25 000 tph), 2 x 50 000 t clinker silos, 4 x Rotopackers, 8 x truck loading stations, 10 x truck scales and the corresponding laboratory equipment.
The steel construction, the entire sheet metal fabrication, the subsystems, the electrical equipment, the complete engineering, the supervision of erection and commissioning are also included in the scope of supply and services. The equipment is supplied exclusively by European manufacturers.
All material conveyors have a capacity of 1200 tph and are installed in a closed gallery to ensure dust-free transport. This was planned due to the location in the immediate vicinity of the port in Lomé.
The opening ceremony will take place at short notice and production is scheduled to start in Q1/2021.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/31012020/intercem-awarded-contract-for-25-million-tpy-cement-grinding-plant/
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