FLSmidth to deliver mills to Latin America

FLSmidth has been awarded a contract worth approximately 70 million US$ for equipment supplies to a copper mine in Latin America. The contract includes delivery of a 76 000 t/d grinding circuit consisting of two very large SAG mills and two ball mills. The mills will be the largest gear-driven mills in the world. The order signifies FLSmidth‘s strong commitment in this important copper market and continues to strengthen its competitive position as a leading supplier to the industry. The contract will contribute beneficially to FLSmidth‘s earnings until 2013.

 

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