Transporting more material over a smaller footprint

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.

The ultimate valve solution

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.

FLSmidth to hold first annual Safety Week

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.

As good as gold

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.

100 years of experience in dependable gear solutions

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.