LOESCHE receives order for Bangladesh vertical roller mill
LOESCHE receives order for Bangladesh vertical roller mill

LOESCHE receives order for Bangladesh vertical roller mill

Bangladesh plans to improve its cement supply significantly by an expansion of production with LOESCHE mill LM 56.3+3 CS.

For the Aman Group cement works, Haria 2 in Narayangonj ' 20 km to the south of Dhaka, capital of Bangladesh ' LOESCHE has received the order to supply a vertical roller mill of type LM 56.3+3 CS. The roller mill has a production capacity of 240 t/h Portland & Composite cement clinker with a fineness of 3.200 Blaine or 175 t/h GGBFS (Ground-granulated blast-furnace slag) with a fineness of 4.500 Blaine GCo as well as a drive power of 5.300 kW.

In addition to the mill, the scope of supply also includes additional technical equipment for the grinding plant such as rotary feed, 2-way chute, metal detector and permanent magnet drum separator.

The contractor for this order is the China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC). One of the decisive reasons for placing the order with LOESCHE was CHMC's and Aman Group's satisfaction with the first LOESCHE mill LM 56.3+3 CS, already supplied in 2014 for the Haria Line 1, and further mills of this type, which have operationally proven themselves in other cement works.

With the second LOESCHE mill, supplied in late 2016, the Aman Group plans to further increase the production capacity of its large 70,000 sq m plant from the current 10,000 tons per day. That's because Bangladesh presently has the worldwide lowest consumption of cement per capita, but at the same time, it is one of the most strongly global growing markets. Therefore, the country increasingly imports clinker from China, Indonesia or Thailand.

The government now wants to increase Bangladesh's own cement production by increasing import duties, and thereby reducing the country's dependency on imports. The Haria cement works owned by the Aman Group Ltd conglomerate will make a contribution in this regard. The Aman Group is represented in the areas of cement and steel manufacture, packaging and food as well as shipyards and the power plant industry. The plant is located in the 90 hectare Industrial /Economic Zone Narayanganj, which is being developed to become the new economic hub of the country.

For further information contact: publicrelations@loesche.de

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