Skip to main content

LOESCHE gains Vietnam Cement Corporation as new customer

Published by
World Cement,


German engineering company LOESCHE has gained new customer, Vietnam Cement Corporation (Hoang Thach cement plant), for cement production in Vietnam with delivery of its VRM.


Last year the Vicem Group contributed 26.6 million tpy to the approximately 84 million tpy of cement produced nationwide. What's more, the plant in Hai Duong province is located in a region with extensive limestone deposits.

LOESCHE received an order to supply a type LM 59.3+3 CS VRM for the existing Hoang Thach cement plant in Hai Duong province. The VRM is suited to grind 250 tph of OPC to a fineness of 3,600 Blaine due to its 6200 kW power transmission.

Along with facilities for handling raw material, the scope of supply includes an external reject system, dedusting equipment, a material conveying system and multi-chamber silos with two packaging systems downstream. In addition, LOESCHE is supplying the required equipment for the power supply and distribution and the grinding plant control.

The system is expected to go into operation this coming year.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/28022018/loesche-gains-vietnam-cement-corporation-as-new-customer/

You might also like

 KHD

KHD Technical Webinar Series

Over the coming weeks, World Cement will be hosting a series of technical webinar presentations from KHD! Each presentation will be led by industry experts and provide a detailed discussion of KHD’s product offerings to the cement industry.

Find out more and register for the series »

 

Martin Marietta increases quarterly cash dividend

The company has announced that its Board of Directors approved a 4% increase in its quarterly cash dividend, raising it from US$0.55 per share to US$0.57 per share on the company’s outstanding common stock.

 
 

Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


 

This article has been tagged under the following:

European cement news Lime Industry news Cement news 2018