How digitalization leads to greater efficiency, higher profitability and improved sustainability
The business unit Cement Technologies of thyssenkrupp has received an order from Ciments Calcia S.A, subsidiary of HeidelbergCement Group, for the construction of a turnkey cement production line. The line, with a production capacity of 4,000 tons of clinker per day, is to be built at the Airvault site to replace the two existing lines. The aim is to almost double clinker production at the Airvault site. Both parties have agreed not to disclose the contract value.
Turkmen Enjam has commissioned thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions to build a second cement clinker production line at the Lebap cement plant in Turkmenistan (Koytendag region).
Marking a successful beginning of FY 2020-21, thyssenkrupp Industries India has won a contract from Shiva Cement for its new project in Odisha. The contract includes design and supply of a complete 4,000 tonne per day Pyro line in Odisha, India. Shiva Cement is a subsidiary of JSW Cement Ltd, India’s leading Green cement manufacturing company.
thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions (USA), Inc. is investing in a new Service Center in Reno, NV to bring field service expertise, machining, fabrication and refurbishment capabilities closer to our cement and mining industry customers in North America and especially in the western US.
SECIL Group, a major Portuguese cement producer and provider of construction materials, has entrusted thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions S.A.S. (France) with the modernization project of its Outão cement plant, one of the 3 cement plants operated by SECIL in Portugal. These modifications will contribute to eliminate the dependence on fossil fuels and promote the development of low carbon clinker and cements.
Highly automated European production allows hydrogen projects on a gigawatt scale. Technology portfolio covers entire value chains for green chemicals, from hydrogen production to sustainable manufacture of ammonia, methanol, synthetic natural gas and fertilizers.
thyssenkrupp has won a second order from the Turkish packaging producer KÖKSAN for a new PET production plant. The plant will be built in Gaziantep, Turkey, next to an existing line erected by thyssenkrupp in 2013. It will double the site's production capacity to 432,000 tons per year.
The polytrack® cooling system developed by thyssenkrupp is used in more than 130 cement plants worldwide. The latest generation of the system requires less energy and its simplified design shortens installation, inspection and maintenance times.
thyssenkrupp is to build a new gravel plant for Meichle + Mohr in southern Germany. The order encompasses the entire spectrum of EPC services from basic and detailed engineering to the supply of all the machinery including structural steelwork and the turnkey construction and commissioning of the plant.
With over 260 companies and 70,000 employees, the Rhine area is one of the leading regions for chemistry in Europe. Steel, refineries, chemical plants and plastics production are strongly represented here. thyssenkrupp Uhde Engineering Services (tkUES) has also had important customers here for decades, such as Shell, Lyondellbasell, Stepan, Vestolit, Vinnolit and Lanxess.
thyssenkrupp gains second order for modular chlorine plant from Serba Dinamik. Modular plant concept allows fast, low-cost installation and reduces project risks. Commissioning of new chlor-alkali plant expected in second quarter of 2022.
New hydrogen and "water-white" resins plant inaugurated at the site of Rain Carbon in Castrop-Rauxel, Germany, today. Plant type unique in Germany so far. thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions finished construction within only 18 months.
Chinese chemical company Zibo Qixiang Tengda Chemical to build new plant for the sustainable production of propylene oxide on the basis of HPPO technology from thyssenkrupp and Evonik. thyssenkrupp to deliver process design and key components.
First plant based on patented PLAneo® technology starts production in China. Process lowers CO2 emissions and reduces use of fossil raw materials. Production capacities for bioplastics expected to grow.
thyssenkrupp awarded contract for continuous mining system in Thailand. barracuda® bucket wheel excavator technology to improve efficiency and safety in Mae Moh coal mine. Start-up of new mining system planned for 2020.
Hungarian oil and gas company MOL awards EPC contract for new polyol complex in Tiszaújváros to thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions. Annual production capacity will be 200,000 tons. Operations scheduled to start in second half of 2021.