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Metso and CDE Asia partner in India

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Metso and CDE Asia are to partner to market comprehensive solutions for the manufactured sand market in India. The collaboration will cover Metso’s crushing and screening technology, while CDE Asia will provide the wet classification equipment needed in the manufactured sand process.

“This new marketing cooperation agreement allows the customers to acquire the whole process easily, and at the same time forms a good platform for future growth for both Metso and CDE Asia in India," said Kamal Pahuja, Vice President, Mining and Aggregates, Metso India, in a statement.

The agreement continues Metso’s strategy of strengthening its capabilities through partnerships with strong local partners around the world. This allows the company to offer end-to-end solutions for industries, such as manufactured sand.

“The combination of Metso's and CDE Asia's sustainable technologies produces well-shaped, washed, and graded manufactured sand, helping to replace natural sand, which is fast becoming scarce and expensive,” said Manish Bhartia, Managing Director, CDE Asia.

“This collaboration will benefit the sand manufacturers by providing best-in-quality graded sand and sustainable operations by reusing up to 95% of water used. By utilising normally low-value crusher fines for sand production, we can extend the life of natural resources and also add huge commercial value to our customer's enterprise."

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