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Sinoma awarded Yamama Cement Production Line Upgrade Contract

Sinoma announced in a statement that it has awarded Yamama Cement Production Line Upgrade Contract.

The contract is for a full-scale upgrade of the cement production line, aiming to increase its daily production capacity to 12,500 tons.

This project, building upon the relocation of the existing 10,000TPD cement production line, aims to achieve both technological innovation and capacity enhancement. Sinoma Overseas is entrusted with the comprehensive engineering design, procurement and supply of new equipment, civil construction, as well as the installation and commissioning. This venture goes beyond a mere engineering project; it’s a testament to Company’s innovative capabilities and project management expertise.

During the signing ceremony, Mr. Jehad Bin Abdul Aziz Al Rasheed, CEO of Yamama Cement, warmly reflected on the company’s ongoing collaboration with SINOMA OVERSEAS. His words were filled with praise and trust for Sinoma Overseas’ technical abilities and professionalism.

Mrs. Yang Lei, the General Manager of Sinoma Overseas, expressed gratitude for Yamama Cement’s trust and support. She emphasized the commitment to leveraging SINOMA’s technical and resource strengths to ensure the successful implementation of Yamama’s ongoing two projects, fostering mutual growth and prosperity.

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