Our FLSmidth team enjoys working with customers on a variety of projects and in many exciting and challenging situations. We continue to engineer solutions aimed at supporting customers in becoming more productive and efficient, and therefore more profitable.
Being in business for more than 130 years, we’ve gained valuable experiences that have been crucial in tackling the multifaceted challenges we see today. Our accumulated knowledge gives FLSmidth a huge competitive advantage in the marketplace and enables us to respond to customers professionally and responsibly. We crave forward thinking, and we're always exploring for needed adjustments and poising for present and future opportunities. Our people are continually innovating to fully realize the latest advancements and move the industry forward.
From the Americas and Africa, to Russia and the Middle East, here’s just a sampling of the exciting new projects awarded to FLSmidth during the latter part of 2015.
FLSmidth recently signed a joint agreement with BASF to expedite the commercialization of the new FLSmidth® Rapid Oxidative Leach process. Originally announced to the mining industry back in May, our combined teams continue to develop this exciting breakthrough technology.
Improving comminution productivity through extending mill liner life in SAG mills
The equipment has been installed, inspected and started up, and now it's running. So what’s next?
Established in Cape Town, South Africa in 1973, the South African Riding for the Disabled Association (SARDA) provides opportunities for therapeutic and recreational horse riding for disabled people. These types of activities offer distinct benefits to participants in all aspects of their mental and physical well-being as well as their social lives.
FLSmidth is well-known for our service and maintenance programs, and for our own OEM equipment. But many people don’t know that for many products, we can support and service other manufacturers’ equipment as well.
Not all projects run smoothly. In fact, many of them have challenges that can cause even the most seasoned project manager to question his or her career path and long for a relaxing week away from it all.
Many projects are discussed years before they come to fruition. Permitting, plans, environmental concerns, engineering, budgeting... the list continues on until all aspects are properly addressed and agreed upon.
Not all R&D projects need to be large and costly to be a major benefit to our customers. Applying the innovative process and redesigning even small components of a larger piece of equipment can add a lot of value and bring about new and exciting advantages.