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Export Market for Cement Machinery

Hansavivek ACC has achieved a measure of success in exports of cement-making .machinery since It received the first contract In last April. That was for a cement grinding and packing plant on a turn-key basis to Kuwait for Rs 101 lakhs. The second contract was secured in October from Iraq for sup- ply of plant and equipment, erection and commissioning of a complete process plant with a capacity of 700 tonnes a day. Total value of the order was Rs 868 lakhs. Having secured both these contracts against stiff international competition, the company to now confident of getting snore orders In the future. A number of tenders have been submitted against Inquiries from Iran, Syria, South Korea, Argentina, and some of the Trudal States. Tender inquiries have also been received from UAR for a white cement plant with a capacity of 60,000 tonnes per annum and from Iran for a slag cement plant At home, the company has secured an order from the Cement Corporation of India for a dry process plant with a capacity of 600 tonnes a day to be installed in Assam and for a slag granulating plant with a daily capacity of 2,000 tonnes and a slag cement grinding and packing plant with a daily capacity of 1,000 tonnes from Birla Jute, The total value of these orders is Rs 318 lakhs. The company is also sharing with ACC-Vidterg-Bab- cock the manufacture of machinery for a cement plant of 600 tonnes a day capacity for kesoram Cement, which is a repeat order, and for two 1,000 tonnes per day dry process plants for Century Cements. The iron ore pel- letising plant of TISCO is under erection at Noamundi The first stage will be commissioned by the second quarter of 1071, and the entire plant should be in operation by the year-end. Being the first to make such plants In India, ACC looks forward to playing an important role in this expending field Granulated fertiliser projects have been taken in hand at Kistna and Sevalla, with an annua) production capacity of 50,000 tonnes at each place.

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