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Cherat Cement appoints TCDRI general contractor

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Pakistan cement company, Cherat Cement Co., and Chinese engineering company, Tianjin Cement Industry Design & Research Institute (TCDRI), have signed a contract for the construction of a third cement production line at the Cherat cement line.

The contract includes the whole cement production line, from raw material conveying to the final cement packaging and dispatch. The scope of work includes engineering design, equipment supply installation, commissioning, and technical guidance.

TCDRI has already appointed Gebr. Pfeiffer to supply a Pfeiffer MVR 6300 C-6 roller mill, designed to grind 365 tph of ordinary Portland cement to a fineness of 3200 cm²/g acc. to Blaine. The German engineering company will also supply a MultiDrive® with total drive power of 7800 kW.

The project in expected to take 24 months. The contract continues the cooperation between Cherat and TCDRI, following the successful completion of the second production line at the Cherat plant.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/indian-subcontinent/27042017/cherat-cement-appoints-tcdri-general-contractor/

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