FLSmidth awarded copper concentrator order in Mongolia

FLSmidth awarded copper concentrator order in Mongolia

2:49 AM, 30th December 2011
FLSmidth awarded copper concentrator order in Mongolia

VALBY, DENMARK: FLSmidth has been awarded a contract worth approximately $105 million from the Mongolian company, Mongolyn Alt (MAK) Group, to supply a greenfield copper concentrator for a mine some 500 km from Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The order comprises supply of a 40,000 tonnes per day copper concentrator including proprietary FLSmidth technology for all processes in the plant. An automated control system, basic and detailed plant and process engineering and related supervision, start-up and commissioning services will also be supplied by FLSmidth.

“Mongolia holds vast deposits of natural resources and being able to deliver the latest technology, we are able to strengthen our position and footprint in this increasingly important market. Our Mongolian activities will soon be supported by our new super service centre. The winning of the order also reinforces our engagement in the global copper industry,” said Jorgen Huno Rasmussen, CEO, FLSmidth.

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