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Cemengal completes contract in Indonesia

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Madrid-based engineering company, Cemengal, has completed an engineering and supply contract to provide three cement grinding plants to Indonesian cement maker, PT Cemindo Gemilang.

According to a reference letter posted on the Cemengal website, the contract was originally signed in July 2016 and was completed on time and budget, as well as within quality and safety requirements.

Founded in 2011, PT Cemindo Gemilang produces cement under the trademark Semen Merah Putih, operating a number of plants in Indonesia.

Cemengal provides engineering and manufacturing services to the international cement industry, including the design of new plants and upgrade of existing facilities, such as milling circuits, kilns, clinker coolers, cement storage silos, and mechanical and pneumatic transport systems.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/17052017/cemengal-completes-contract-in-indonesia/

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