Al-Mohsen Engineering Co, Qatar, is one of the country’s leading specialists for the supply of aggregates to major construction companies currently involved in Qatar’s many infrastructure projects.
The company has invested in a range of Powerscreen rock crushing and screening equipment to meet the aggressive aggregates demands of local industry players involved in road development programmes. The first two machines Al-Mohsen purchased from local Powerscreen distributor, Arabian Agencies Co. (ARACO), were the Powerscreen® Chieftain™ 2100X mobile screen and Powerscreen® Trakpactor™ 500 impact crusher.
As their customers’ demand for quality aggregates has increased, Al-Mohsen has taken delivery of two further Trakpactor 500 and a Trakpactor 320 impactor, two Chieftain 2100X screens and a Warrior 2100 heavy duty-scalping screen.
Al-Mohsen has provided materials to the J&P Group construction company for use in their ongoing Orbital Highway & Truck Road project which is expected to reach completion in 2017. The Orbital Road project will create a vital North – South connection which bypasses Doha City; thus reducing traffic and congestion within the Qatari capital. The J&P Group are responsible for the design and construction of 45km and eight lanes of road network including four major interchanges and all related overpass/underpass structures.
The feed material for the machines is excavated limestone boulders which are transported from Lusail (north-east of Doha) to the road construction site where Al-Mohsen’s Powerscreen plant is working for 20 hours daily. The Powerscreen machines are configured to deliver aggregates of 0-70mm and 0-50mm, and the plant reaches 7000 tpd of crushed and screened material.
Adapted from press release by Joseph Green
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/07102015/mohsen-engineering-invests-powerscreen-equipment-730/
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