Located in the so-called copper belt of southern Africa, Zambia has some of the highest grade copper deposits in the world.
Phillips Kiln Services Ltd., which recently joined the FLSmidth Group, has a strong track record in servicing pyro equipment. It is a US-based international service organisation that caters for both the cement and minerals industries.
With subsequent global interest in High Pressure Grinding Rolls (HPGR) technologies, FLSmidth engineers have been developing and testing HPGR solutions and introducing this specialised equipment into minerals applications.
Coastal Gujarat Private Limited—A Tata Power Company—became India’s first commissioned 4000 Mega Power Project (UMPP) to use super critical boiler technology.
With a successful and ongoing O&M project in Zambia, FLSmidth is poised to take advantage of the growing potential in Africa’s Copperbelt.
The world’s largest exporter of phosphates and derivatives is working on a massive expansion strategy. The investment includes supply equipment for a terminal at the Jorf Lasfar port in Morocco, a project worth EUR 90 million to FLSmidth.
”We continue to develop our core product base for the cement and minerals industries”, Group CEO Jørgen Huno Rasmussen said, commenting the recent takeover of the 100 percent shareholding in Darimec S.r.L.
Russia, the largest country in the world, is also the leader in coal reserves with an estimated 250 billion tonnes considered economically recoverable.
PT Adaro Energy, one of Indonesia’s leading thermal coal producers, has chosen an FLSmidth® overburden handling solution to assist with overburden removal at its Tutupan open pit mine. The project is part of the continuous expansion of Adaro’s mining operations, and is Adaro’s first venture into mechanised mining systems.
Global growth partnership company Frost & Sullivan acknowledged FLSmidth’s contribution to emissions control at an awards ceremony in Mumbai, India in December 2010. The award for product innovation recognises FLSmidth’s commitment and innovative approach to increasing the efficiency of its air pollution control equipment in order to reduce emissions from cement and minerals plants.