A new Iraqi cement plant enters the service[/rtl]
[rtl]Release date: 2019/6/13 9:18 • 198 times read[/rtl]
The Iraqi General Company for Cement, one of the companies of the Ministry of Industry and Minerals, announced on Thursday that the Central Agency for Standardization and Quality Control awarded the Iraqi Quality Mark to its new cement plant in the province of Nineveh after conforming to the standard specifications within the quality standards approved by the agency.
The company's general manager Hussain Mohsen Al-Khafaji said in a statement that "the granting of the new Padush cement plant the Iraqi quality mark came after successive and accurate tests, which proved that the product meets the required conditions and the Iraqi specification according to the instructions No. 2 of 2011 on the licenses of the quality mark "He said.
He added that "cement material produced in all laboratories of the company subject to laboratory tests and is one of the finest types of cement," pointing to "the company continues to develop its products in addition to the production of new types of cement by adding specifications in some laboratories to match the requirements of the market as oil wells, "He said.
He pointed out that "the factory produces the ordinary cement and standard specifications and design card million tons annually and works dry way and the laboratory was established in 1978 that obtained the quality certificate from the Central Organization for Standardization and Quality Control and the international quality certificate by the company BM.Trada British also eliminated cement producer On the satisfaction of customers through field trials in projects outside and within the country and this applies to all the plants of the company.
Al-Khafaji revealed that "the production of the new Padush cement plant reached 3200 tons per day, surpassing the design capacity of the plant while maintaining the quality of the product and putting it at competitive prices not exceeding 65 thousand dinars per ton in support of reconstruction projects and building the role of citizens and infrastructure."
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