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2/16/2007
A new Sacmi-built plant for Syria-based Zanobia

Eight modern floor and wall tile production lines now are on the brink of completion

The first phase of the new wall and floor tile plant commissioned by this renowned Syrian ceramic producer is now at an advanced stage of assembly. Over the coming months the second-phase machines will also be shipped and installed inside Zanobia’s massive 50,000 m2 indoor production facility.
SACMI is supplying the raw material batching system, two continuous grinding mills (MTC081 and MTC101), two spray driers, eight PH3020 presses, eight wide-mouthed EVA983 driers, eight FMS250/111.3 roller kilns and eight SACMI Automation sorting and palletising lines.
A linear, well-organised layout has been achieved thanks to the specific geometry of the plant site, located in the industrial district north of Damascus.
Once this project has been completed the Zanobia Group, already the Syrian market leader, will be able to count on a total output capacity of over 110,000 m2/day – a figure that will make the company, owned by businessman Abdul Razzak Sahhar, one of the biggest enterprises in the Middle East and generate appropriate economies of scale on what is an ever-more competitive market.
For SACMI – which has been Zanobia’s main machine supplier ever since it first began making ceramics – results such as these are particularly satisfying.

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