Concrete Pipes for Humes Australia

Skako Concrete just obtained a considerable order (3,2 million Euro) for the delivery of a turnkey solution for Humes Australia where the whole production process is taken care of: from receiving the aggregate, powder and admixtures and handling, to the production of the concrete and delivery to the actual production stations. The plant will be extremely efficient with a fast cycle time of each batch. The high productivity will be made possible  through the use of Skako’s unique Apollo mixer, the fast concrete bucket conveyors Conflex at 4.5 m/sec., and not less through the use of Skako’s...

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