FLSmidth wins cement grinding plant contract in Nepal

August 1, 2017 KRISHNA M GUNDAPANENI

FLSmidth has signed a contract with Nepal Shalimar Private Limited for engineering, procurement and supply of equipment for 35 tonnes per hour Ordinary Portland Cement at 3200 Blaine cement grinding unit in their existing cement production line.

The plant is located in Simara in the Bara District, Nepal. Nepal Shalimar Cement Private Limited is a part of the Shalimar Group, one of the largest conglomerates in Nepal.

The contract comprises a range of equipment, including FLSmidth OK™ 28-3 (formerly OK 19-3) mill, bag filters, weigh feeders, truck loading machine, OK™ mill gear reducer and plant control systems. 

"The project is an example that world class energy-efficient technology can be applied even for smaller capacity grinding units. Our technological competences and a strong local presence allow us to support many emerging markets, including Nepal. This contract emphasises the value of FLSmidth's highly modern equipment with minimised environmental impact which will support Shalimar Cement to achieve improved productivity and operational excellence", -  Carsten Riisberg Lund, Country Head of FLSmidth India

Facts
Scope: a state-of-the-art cement grinding unit with the latest environmental pollution control systems and technology for the highest levels of energy efficiency and maintainability
Equipment: OK™ 28-3 (formerly OK 19-3) vertical mill for cement grinding and connected auxiliaries, bag filters, weigh feeders, gear reducer, loading machine and plant control systems
Plant capacity: 35 tonnes per hour Ordinary Portland Cement at 3200 Blaine
Customer: Nepal Shalimar Cement Private Limited
Geography: Simara, Nepal

The contract will be fully executed by Q2 2018.

Contact:
Krishna Mohan Gundapaneni
Gundapaneni.Mohan@flsmidth.com

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