Cement contract in Uruguay

FLSmidth has signed contracts with the state-owned Uruguayan company Administración Nacional de Combustibles, Alcohol y Portland (ANCAP) to provide equipment and supervision for upgrade of two cement plants in Uruguay. The total value of the contracts is approximately 30 million € (DKK 225 million). For the Minas plant and the Paysand plant FLSmidth is to supply a complete coal grinding system comprising raw coal feeding equipment, an ATOX coal mill and a coal fines silo including feeders and burners. In addition, FLSmidth has signed supervision contracts for both plants. The contracts run until 2012.

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