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Al Amir: queen of Egypt thanks to Sacmi technology

New Al Amir 2 plant running at full capacity, excellent efficiency and productivity

Founded in 1994 and one of the most dynamic, fastest-growing firms in Egypt, Al Amir Ceramics has, with the start-up of the new Al Amir 2 plant, doubled its potential. The new facility, which significantly reinforces output capacity and the brand’s development prospects, can produce from 22 to 24 thousand square metres a day – depending on the production mix – of single-firing red body tiles, mainly in the 400x400 size.

The stars of this latest Sacmi-supplied installation are a MMC092 modular mill, an ATE110 spray dryer and three PH3020 presses; this press type combines a wide load infeed and fast forming cycles, the latter being a distinctive feature throughout the Sacmi press range. Also being supplied by Sacmi are 2 new large 140-metre-long kilns plus all the other accessories needed to operate the line.

Although it came on line two years ago, the Al Amir 2 plant – located in the 10th Ramadam industrial district – is now, thanks to cutting-edge Sacmi-made plant equipment, one of the most efficient manufacturing operations in the entire area.


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