Elkon has subsidiaries and/or sales partners in Germany, Russia, Egypt, Algeria, Ethiopia, Chile, France, Great Britain, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Columbia, Lebanon, Nigeria, the Philippines, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, the Ukraine and Hungary. By supplying batching plants to New Zealand and New Caledonia, the company has recently entered the oceanic market, too.
Customers in New Zealand supplied with compact batching plants
Elkon supplied two different customers in New Zealand each with an Elkonix-35 PL Quick Master compact batching plant. One of the concrete batching plants is used for the production of precast concrete elements.
Two Elkon Concrete Plants for Ghana
A Danish Civil Engineering firm got a contract from the Ghana Highway Authority for construction of Danida Bridges in Northern Ghana last year. The project includes the construction of seven composite bridges in concrete and steel as well as the establishment of ramps and renovation of 20 km of road.
Being well-known both in European and African construction markets with hundreds of high quality concrete batching plants supplied, Elkon was the first name the company considered as their concrete plant supplier for this project.
On the other hand, each concrete batching plant has an isolated water tank along with water chiller unit to cool the water used in the concrete production to have better quality concrete even in too hot climate.
New Caledonia a new country in the export geography
Elkon has quite recently shipped an Elkomix-35 Quick Master compact concrete batching plant to New Caledonia, a new country for exports of Elkon, located approx. 1,500 km off the northeast coast of Australia. This plant equipped with a 750/500 l pan type mixer and four aggregate storage bins just requires a minimum space on the site. Moreover, the plant is installed and dismantled within a remarkably short time.
As this concrete batching plant was especially conceived for transport by sea, it is possible to ship the main unit in one 40‘ open top container. The bolted cement silo with a capacity of 75 tons is likewise shipped in a 40‘ open top container, thus minimizing the transport costs.