Essen, Germany – thyssenkrupp’s plant engineering business has won a major order from the Egyptian chemical and fertilizer manufacturer NCIC (El Nasr Company for Intermediate Chemicals). The order for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of a new fertilizer complex was signed in Cairo on March 17, 2019. thyssenkrupp is realizing the project in a consortium with the Egyptian company PETROJET. The order value for thyssenkrupp is in the mid-three-digit million euro range. Continue reading thyssenkrupp: Major Order for Fertilizer Complex in Egypt
Cairns (QLD), Australia – The Board of the Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) has made an Investment Decision to provide Kalium Lakes Ltd. loans of up to AUD 74 million to support the Beyondie Sulphate of Potash Project (SOP), located in the Pilbara region of Western Australia. Given there is currently no SOP production in Australia this will create a new domestic industry. Continue reading NAIF made Investment Decision to support Development of Australia’s first Sulphate-of-Potash Project
Weimar, Germany – At POWTECH 2019 plant manufacturing and process development specialist, Glatt, is presenting a groundbreaking waste-free process that recycles the phosphorus from ash to produce ready-to-use high-quality fertilisers. The second highlight is a new plant concept for continuous powder agglomeration: it’s extremely economical, versatile and, thanks to its modular design, is ready for operation in 2 weeks. Continue reading Glatt Ingenieurtechnik: New Phosphorus-from-Ash Recovery System at POWTECH 2019
Utica (NY), United States – A new model Rotary Lump Breaker from Munson Machinery breaks chunks of agglomerated abrasive or friable materials that have compacted during storage or shipment, conditioning them for downstream processing or conveying.
thyssenkrupp has won a contract from Yamama Saudi Cement Company, one of Saudi Arabia’s biggest cement producers, to build two turnkey cement clinker production lines. The two lines with an overall capacity of 20,000 tpd cement will be built at a new site around 80 km east of the capital Riyadh. The value of the contract is in the higher three- digit million euro range. It is the largest cement contract ever secured by thyssenkrupp.