Claudius Peters PACPAL Packing Plant for Sri Lanka

Tokyo Cement Company (Lanka) PLC has awarded a contract to Claudius Peters Projects for the supply of a rotary packer PACPAL Roto Fill for their plant in Sri Lanka.

Claudius Peters' scope of supply will compromise of a packing plant with 12 spout rotary packer and integrated weighing system delivering 3600 bags/h packed in 50kg bags together with the bag applicator with cassette magazine and rear loader. Supervision and erection services will also be carried out by Claudius Peters. Commissioning of the facility is scheduled for the end of the year.

The new order was placed with Claudius Peters as a result of a successful previous installation in 2000, of a silo type IC, 8-spout packing machine with a capacity of 2400 bags/h and a truck loading plant.

Tokyo Cement Company was found in 1982 and is Sri Lanka's first automated cement factory with a production of nearly two million tonnes of cement and more than 600 employees. In 2002 the company set up the most state of the art bagging plant in Sri Lanka.

Tokyo Cement Company (Sri Lanka)

About Claudius Peters

For more than a century, Claudius Peters has been producing innovative materials handling and processing systems for the global cement, gypsum,steel and alumina industries. Claudius Peters was a member of the British Babcock group from the mid-20th century, until being acquired by the British privately-owned global industrial group Langley Holdings plc in 2001. The company is headquartered near Hamburg, in Germany with regional offices in Europe, the Americas and Asia.