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Outotec wins orders in Turkey  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Outotec (Espoo, Finland; www.outotec.com) will deliver technology and services worth over €100 million to Cengiz Group for their Mazidagi and Samsun operations in Turkey. The orders include a roasting plant for pyrite concentrates, calcine leaching and solvent extraction plants, copper smelter modernization, as well as gas cleaning and sulfuric acid plants. The orders will be booked in Outotec’s 2013 fourth quarter order intake. Cengiz Group, a major Turkish aluminum and copper producer, is planning to expand production capacity, lengthen the lifetime of their mine and improve the environmental and safety performance of the operations. Outotec’s scope of delivery includes technologies, engineering, proprietary equipment, process control system, as well as advisory services for installation, commissioning and start-up of the plants. The solutions chosen by the customer are using Outotec technologies, such as fluidized-bed based roasting, flash smelting, autoclave leaching and sulfuric acid plants, and they include the latest innovations such as advanced HEROS heat recovery system as well as the new modular VSF X solvent extraction plant concept developed by Outotec and launched in December 2013. The deliveries will…
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