New silos for Lübeck

The cement plant Lübeck has appointed Intercem to supply a silo unit consisting of four steel silos with a capacity of 1200 m3 each. In addition, the bulk loading and the complex cement conveying via air slides and bucket elevators leading over the complete area of the plant are part of the scope of supply. Further services: Engineering and associated plant components, such as

support structure



bucket elevators

return lines

electrical equipment

as well as building application and dispatch automation

Intercem was able to convince the German cement manufacturer of its efficiency and flexibility with this turnkey solution. Completion is scheduled for the third quarter of 2019.

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