Partner: Vicem Hoang Thach Cement Co., Ltd.

Location: Minh Tan town, Kinh Mon district, Hai Duong Province

Scale: 3,300 tons of clinker per day, equivalent to 1.056 million tons of cement per year

Time: 6/2018

Construction item: Construction of pile drilling stuffed pile D800

Total investment: 1.336 billion

General information about the project:

In June 2018, Vicem Hoang Thach started the project to build a 3-line cement mill and a container silo with a capacity of about 2 million tons per year. This project has been approved by the Ministry of Construction, Vietnam Cement Corporation (Vicem) with a total investment of 1,336 billion VND. The final items of the project are urgently installed and completed to be tested from April 2020. This project will help enterprises be proactive in consumption, increase production and business efficiency.

The project will improve the capacity of cement crushing and cement storage silo with a capacity of 1.7 million tons of cement per year, bringing Vicem Hoang Thach brand to the market in terms of quality and service. The project includes: a vertical cement mill with a design capacity of 250 tons/hour, a fineness of ≥ 3600cm2/g, a dust concentration of ≤ 30mg/Nm3; a 5-compartment silo with a capacity of 30,000 tons; two automatic packaging machines. The project is divided into 29 procurements, the main procurement providing design, equipment and technical services of the project provided by contractor Loesche GmbH from Germany.

It is expected that line 3 will be put into operation and will be officially put into operation in June 2020, raising the capacity of Hoang Thach cement to 6 million tons of cement per year, while contributing to reducing production costs, diversifying cement types to meet the needs of domestic and foreign markets.

Through many large projects, Duafat is confident to ensure progress – improve quality, take the image of the project to a new level, meet all requirements and increase benefits for investors.

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