The world's largest cement terminal
With its recent expansion of a 70,000t dome, Beton Provincial’s terminal in Québec, Canada, has become the largest single-user cement terminal in the world. Thanks to its 180,000t of storage capacity it receives cement from two suppliers in the Mediterranean in Supramax vessels, a third domestic supply by self-discharging cement carriers, as well as GGBS and fly ash. The terminal’s size and capabilities make it an exceptional facility.
During the performance test, the 600TPH-rated Van Aalst Bulk Handling shipunloader, achieved a loading rate of over 700TPH. This was considered quite a performance as this capacity was achieved on two conveying lines to the flat storage warehouse, using low pressure compressors.
Read the whole article here: International Cement Review
Posted by Corné van Aalst