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Egypt: Aumund has won a contract to supply clinker conveying equipment for six production lines. The tender is part of a project by Chengdu Design & Research Institute of Building Materials Industry (CDI), a subsidiary of Sinoma International Engineering, to build the 6000t/day lines for the government. No value has been released for the order.
The lines will each be equipped by Aumund with four 650t/hr BWG belt bucket elevators and three 550t/hr BWZ chain bucket elevators. The machinery package also includes four 170t/hr BWG-L belt bucket elevators, one 80t/hr BWZ-L chain bucket elevator and six 375t/hr pan conveyors for each of the six lines. Altogether the order comprises 108 machines.
The new project in Beni Suef is to be completed by the end of 2020. The pilot phase of the new production lines is due to start as early as December 2017. Aumund will supply the machines to Egypt in three deliveries, between April and June 2017.
Egypt: Chengdu Design & Research Institute of Building Materials Industry, a subsidiary of Sinoma, has been awarded a Euro1.05bn order to build six 6000t/day cement plants from the Equipment Bureau of the Ministry of Defence. The scope of the turkey contract includes construction of six new integrated cement production lines, operation and maintenance of two 5775t/day cement production lines of Phase II of GOE ARISH and the six Beni Suef cement production lines under the contract for three years. The order represents around 15% of Sinoma’s turnover in 2015.
Togo: Chengdu Design & Research Institute of Building Materials Industry, which belongs to the Chinese Sinoma Group and acting as General Contractor for a new cement production line in Togo, has ordered an MPS 5000 B vertical roller mill from Germany's Gebr. Pfeiffer SE for raw material grinding. The grinding plant will be set up in a greenfield 5000t/day cement production line owned by Scantogo, a member of HeidelbergCement.
The MPS raw mill sold will have a rated capacity of 410t/hr and has been specially designed to cope with the possibility that raw material with a high moisture content of 15% may be ground.
Apart from the supply of the core components for the grinding plant, the order includes the supply of workshop drawings to enable the local manufacture of mill components and the supervision of manufacture at Chinese workshops. Moreover, erection and commissioning on site will be supervised by staff from Gebr. Pfeiffer.
The mill is scheduled to be delivered in the third quarter of 2013.