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Mordovcement plant competes reconstruction work

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The Mordovcement plant, a Eurocement Group plant, has completed the work on its reconstructed dry and semi-dry production lines. The work has improved the efficiency of the dry production line and increased the output from the kiln from 150 to 200 – 205 tph and the cement mills from 145 to 170 – 175 tph.

The renovation and repair work on the semi-dry line will increase production efficiency and establish a stable kiln production, ensuring at least 96 tph of clinker through the kiln, a 5% increase on production in 2014.

The plant used modern technologies, drawing on the knowhow within the Eurocement Group to achieve high productivity and improved quality and efficiency.

Eurocement President Mikhail Skorokhod visited the Mordovcement plant and praised staff for their work in getting the revamped plant ready for the high construction season.

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