Buxtehude 23 May 2013. This month Claudius Peters Projects participated in a VDMA Roadshow in South America where a number of presentations took place. Claudius Peters together with other German world market leading companies presented their relevant state-of-the-art equipment and technologies for the cement and minerals industries.
The on-going and systematic improvement of all Claudius Peters’ products, services and processes is an integral part of the company’s quality management system and an area where Claudius Peters excels.
Holcim is the biggest cement producer in Switzerland, operating three plants. Earlier this year Claudius Peters and strategic alliance partner, Thorwesten, were awarded the contract to provide facilities to the Holcim plant in Siggenthal, where they will be using ground lignite dust for the cement kiln firing.
Medcem, part of Eren Holdings, recently ordered three cement silos for the storage of raw meal and cement for a Greenfield cement plant. Medcem’s new plant will be located in Mersin, Turkey it has a clinker capacity of 10,000 tpd clinker and is considered to be the largest clinker production plant in the country.
The Chinese Sinoma International Engineering Co. Ltd are a state-owned design and research institute for the Chinese cement industry supplying engineering, equipment procurement and general contracting services to the Cement Industry in China and abroad.
Taiwanese Fu-Tai Engineering Co. awarded a contract to Claudius Peters for 2 packing lines which will be installed to a Grinding Plant supplied by Fu-Tai Engineering for PT Cemindo Gemilang located in Ciwandan, Cilegon City, Indonesia.
PT Cemindo Gemilang is a member of PT Gama Group and one of Indonesia’s growing companies with a focus on the Cement Industry; they are currently building a 10,000tpd clinker plant, the largest plant output in Indonesia.
Claudius Peters recently supplied materials handling solutions to UK cement-production company, Hanson Cement for their Bristol Port Project.
Hanson, who has been under the ownership of Heidelberg Cement since 1998, ordered twelve wagon unloading stations each unloading six wagons at the same time, all discharged by a Claudius Peters FLUIDCON system with a conveying capacity of 230 t/h cement.