How to optimise cement dispatch on a limited plot of land? That is the difficult question PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk. had to answer when designing its Lampung terminal. The main issue was that the available area was limited, so there would be only a few parking slots for trucks waiting to be loaded with bulk or bagged cement. That meant an efficient solution had to be found to maximise the output of the plant, in terms of dispatching capacity. Moreover, a wide range of trucks had to be accommodated; flexibility was therefore not an option. To solve these problems, PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk. decided to team up with FLSmidth Ventomatic® as the EP supplier of the Lampung terminal.
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