The OYAK Group is one of the largest Turkish groups of companies. This group currently comprises of approximately 55 companies from the industrial as well as the financial and service sectors with a total of 28 000 employees. With their products, sales, exports and taxes paid, the group companies create a sustained and increasing added value for the economy in Turkey and at their other international locations.
The industrial shareholdings of the OYAK Group include leading companies in the iron and steel sector, the energy sector, cement production and the automotive sector. The services sector, the other centre of activity for the group, includes among others shareholdings in the building industry, in foreign trade, logistics and technology.
The company Adana Cement is a subsidiary company of the OYAK Group, which was established in 1954 and opened its first factory in 1957. Today, the company has a production capacity of more than 4 million tpy of cement and is the first company in Turkey to be awarded the TS-EN-ISO 14001 Certificate for Environmental Management.
In 2007 the Iskenderun cement works were newly built by Adana Çimento Sanayii T.A.S. and equipped with a Loesche mill of type LM 53.3+3 CS for grinding clinker slag.
Now, Adana Çimento Sanayii T.A.S. has placed an order for a Loesche mill of type LM 46.4 for the Adana works in Southern Turkey, a Brownfield plant. This vertical roller mill with a transmission power of 2750 kW is used for grinding 200 tph of raw material to white cement. The material is ground to a fineness of 8% R 90 µm.
Adana Çimento Sanayii T.A.S. exports the cement and clinker produced in part to Europe and Asia.
A period of 9 months is allowed for delivery so that the Loesche roller mill can already be put into operation during the fourth quarter in 2016.
Adapted from press release by Joseph Green
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/20042016/adana-cimento-sanayii-experience-loesche-934/
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