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Penna Cement selects Loesche VRM

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Loesche has won an order from Penna Cement Industries Ltd. The vertical roller mill (VRM) is to be used at the cement plant in Boyareddypalli in the state of Andhra Pradesh, around 200 km north of Bangalore. The VRM, which will be equipped with four rollers, will grind petcoke with a throughput capacity of 52 tph, 3% R on 90 µm.

The delivery of the order will be managed by Loesche India and is to take place at the beginning of next year.

Founded in 1991 and commissioned in 1994, Penna Cement Industries is one of the largest cement manufacturers in India with a production capacity of 7 million tpy. The family-run company is primarily active in the expanding south and west of the country.

As a result of positive market developments, Penna Cement is increasing production capacity at the Boyareddypalli plant, which was erected in 2008, from 2 million tpy to 4.6 million tpy.

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