India implemented a five-year plan to remedy its issue with power deficits—which are over 20% at times of peak demand—and in an effort to meet the power requirements, the country’s National Thermal Power Corporation adopted a multi-pronged growth strategy to set up joint ventures with state electricity board power stations. NTECL (NTPC Tamil Nadu Energy Company Limited) is one such project. It is a joint venture company consisting of NTPC and TNEB that set up a port-based 3 x 500 MW power station at Ennore, which is 45 km north of Chennai in India.
With the recent award of a US$1.2 million valve contract, FLSmidth Krebs, with its Technequip® knife gate valve in the spotlight, has established its place in process industries as a premium knife gate valve supplier. While its headquarters are located in Tucson, Arizona, FLSmidth Krebs has Technequip valve installations worldwide, with a strong presence and support available across the globe.
After months of negotiation, FLSmidth's Air Pollution Control team received an order from the Shenzhen Energy Company (SEC), located in China, for technology to reduce the dust emissions from Shajiao-B and Mawan coal-fired power plants.
FLSmidth’s Johannesburg team, in collaboration with the company’s Spokane team, supplied a world-class heap leach stacking system to the mineral-rich Zambian copper belt. The system serves as a key step toward FLSmidth’s future leach stacking offerings, both in this region and around the world.
FLSmidth leads the world in ultra-large equipment for underground shaft mining.
Glencore’s purchase of FLSmidth’s new 23-foot grinding mill for the Katanga Mining operation in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) speaks well of the reputation of this technology. Having been used at other mining operations in the region, the FLSmidth grinding mill has proven a successful choice for many customers.
FLSmidth is moving forward with a new efficiency program.
Tata Steel has placed a new order for FLSmidth’s globally proven KOCH Pipe Conveyor® technology.
The treating, recycling and saving of water is becoming more and more critical in today's plants. FLSmidth's MaxR® system maximizes the settling and dewatering of slurry to free water for reuse in the process.
FLSmidth® QCX/RoboLab® systems have been installed worldwide. Our latest system was installed at our own FLSmidth Ore Characterization & Process Mineralogy labs in Salt Lake City. The system is fully operational and ready to support your sample preparation and analytical needs.
Since the acquisition of Ludowici® and MIE™ in 2012, FLSmidth has been working to integrate its spare parts business with its technical advisory capability and specialized field service offerings.
FLSmidth is constantly moving ahead with new innovations to build better equipment and more efficient systems so that you can get the most out of your investment. With larger VXPmill stirred mills and the new Express Frame HPGR, milling is moving to new levels.
Up until now, FLSmidth’s business systems have been a patchwork of more than 100 legacy systems used in different entities, many inherited from companies that have joined the FLSmidth group— particularly in the past few years.
One FLSmidth employee saves the life of another with a donation of a kidney.
Workplace safety has always been a priority at FLSmidth. To re-emphasize the importance of safety, this topic will take center stage during FLSmidth’s first annual safety week. This event, which will take place from November 18–22, 2013, has been created to engage and create safety awareness among all FLSmidth employees, and to empower them to make the right choice when faced with risk.
FLSmidth has long been a part of this intriguing country, and our team recently celebrated its 50-year anniversary of formally being recognized and established in Mexico back in 1963.
FLSmidth’s downstream gold recovery technology team is focused on providing the best products and services to every customer. Truly understanding what is needed and wanted at gold and silver mining operations around the world and providing the needed solution are keys to being a leader in this market.
Founded over a century ago, FLSmidth MAAG Gear just celebrated 100 years of manufacturing gear units for the cement and mineral industries. Our success originates from the toothing design which founder Max Maag developed in 1910. His basic concept is still used in gear manufacturing today. Extensive experience allows us to offer our customers unique modularized and compact solutions combined with the ultimate in gear precision and accuracy.