Russia 1. Ulyanovsk about the Sengileevsky Cement Plant
The Sengileevsky Cement Plant is a new high-tech dry-process cement plant with a capacity of 1.843 million tons of cement per year.
The plant employs state-of-the-art cement industry technology allowing to improve labor productivity four-fold and to double energy efficiency in comparison with wet processing plants.
Equipment and basic engineering were provided by the German holding company KHD HUMBOLDT WEDAG INTERNATIONAL, one of the leading global cement plant and equipment suppliers.
The Sengileevsky Cement Plant is an environmentally friendly construction materials plant, which implements the most advanced technological solutions, allowing reducing industrial emissions by 2.5 times in comparison with emission standards.
The Sengileevsky Cement Plant is a city-forming enterprise. Thanks to its construction, more than 500 safe, innovative and comfortable jobs and around 1,000 jobs in related industries were created in the region.
Presentation about the Sengileevsky Cement Plant
The logistics park of the Sengileevsky plant is unique for Russia — the plant's products are shipped both by road and maritime transport. Shipping by water will make it possible to provide high-quality construction materials not only to the Ulyanovsk Region, its surrounding areas, and the largest construction markets, but to the regions experiencing cement shortages. Besides, shipping by water is relatively low cost, which should help to stabilize cement prices and support the stable development of the Russian construction industry.
THE Sengileevsky Cement Plant IS:
- CAPACITY: 1.843 million tonnes of cement per year
- ENERGY EFFICIENCY: specific fuel consumption rates were reduced 2-fold as compared with the plant using conventional cement production technology
- INNOVATION: labor productivity was raised 4-fold as compared with the plant using conventional cement production technology
ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLINESS: dust emissions were reduced 2.5-fold as compared with the standard indicators