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Metso receives repeat order from iron ore processing plant in Europe

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Metso has received a repeat order for an iron ore processing plant in Europe, for a replacement chain for its iron ore pelletising system.

The OEM’s complete chain package delivery consists of more than 6,000 high-quality grate plates, chain links, through rods and side plates supported by comprehensive maintenance and full services to maximise production uptime.

The order valued at €9 million ($9.9 million) has been booked in the Minerals’ segment March quarter orders received.

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“We are honoured that the customer has chosen Metso to provide critical components for this important project,” Roar Vasboe, Vice President of Sales and Services Nordics for Metso, said. “Our team is dedicated to providing high-quality, reliable products that meet the needs of our customer. We are committed to sustainability and continuous improvement, and we are confident that our solution will help them to achieve their production goals safely and efficiently.”

Metso says it is the only supplier in the world that has both the straight grate and the grate kiln process for pelletising. The company has designed and supplied the most modern and largest grate kiln systems in the world, with these plants having the highest outputs with the lowest fuel usage and lowest emissions.


Source: International Mining

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