Sabo S.A. sets up new brickworks for Al Watania Clay Brick Industry

In the new plant owned by Al Watania Clay Brick Industry, located in the Dhruma region, 80 km from Riyadh, load-bearing clay bricks, hollow and ceiling blocks are produced.

Sabo S.A. designed, constructed and installed the entire plant – from the extruder up to the packaging line – as a turnkey project. The plant started up in September 2015 and is designed to produce 1000 t/day fired products. It is operated in two shifts per day, six days a week.

The fully automated plant is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and is consequently one of the most modern brickworks in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Hall B2, Stand 225/320

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