Keramik Ltd. extends automated brickworks on Cyprus and completes
modernization project in Azerbaijan

The Turkish company Keramik Ltd. has signed a contract with Gurdag Trading in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus for the construction of a tunnel dryer, the installation of a robotized loading/unloading system for the tunnel dryer and a transverse bucket chain excavator system (bagger system) following on from the first and second contracts signed in 2009.

This contract goes back to the beginning of 2008 when the customer decided on step-by-step investment to renew a rather outdated plant with a Hoffmann-type kiln, which required a high degree of manual labour. Following intensive...

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