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New CEMENGAL project in Central America

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CEMENGAL has supplied Cemento Regional with a new modular and portable Plug&Grind® grinding station. This is part of Cemento Regional’s expansion to El Salvador.

The project consists of a Plug&Grind® Classic, a modular packaging and palletising system, raw material, and cement storage halls and silos for dispatching.

With a production of more than 12 tph, the new Plug&Grind® unit will come out in 1Q19. More than 35 units of CEMENGAL’s Plug&Grind®, of four different models, have so far been sold worldwide.

CEMENGAL is an EPC contractor, specialising in the cement industry. The company develops new grinding plants and upgrades facilities in milling circuits, as well as developing other types of facilities, such as raw material and clinker storage halls and packing facilities.

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