SKAKO Vibration secures another large order in North Africa

L’Office Chérifien des Phosphates (OCP), one of the world’s largest producer of phosphate, has chosen SKAKO Vibration as the supplier of transport equipment throughout the expansion phase of OCP’s phosphate handling facility in Morocco. The order represents a value of approx. 3.3 million €. The order from OCP is an addition to the 2015 order, which included a screening plant with a 44 m² vibratory screen. SKAKO will now supply transport equipment, to ensure a more cost-efficient transport from the storage facilities to the port. The transport equipment will be delivered and installed in 2017.

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