Everything in a flow

Rohrdorfer Zement integrates all movements of goods into a comprehensive automation structure and thus increases efficiency of several production facilities.

Whether being used as building material for houses and staircases, for streets, tunnels and bridges or impressive dam walls – concrete is omnipresent in the modern construction industry and thus in the overall infrastructure of the industrial nations. Completed constructions are literally held together by a key component of concrete: the binding agent cement.

In the year of 2010, about 22 companies produced about 29.9 million t of this mass product in 54 factories throughout Germany. The Portland Cement Plant of the Rohrdorfer Group, situated in the South of ­Rosenheim (Fig. 1), moves about 15 

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