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Cementos Argos starts up new packing plant

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Argos, a cement company of Grupo Argos, has put a new packing plant into operation on the island of Dominica. This project will allow the company to be closer to its customers in different territories, and to be an increasingly efficient and profitable company to boost its growth. It will also allow a more reliable and timely supply.

The new packing plant has three nozzles and a capacity of more than 1000 bags/hour. The scope of the project includes improvements to the structural and ergonomic type, as well as the replacement of the dust collector system. This will allow for cleaner and more environmentally friendly processes.

Argos has been present in Dominica since 1996.

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