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Posted on: 16 / 10 / 2018 | 0 Comentarios
E & M Combustion, an engineering company specialized in the design and manufacture of combustion equipment and systems for industrial applications, has been awarded a contract to supply a hot gas generator for the cement industry in Honduras. Cemengal, a contractor specialized in the cement industry, has developed the project of this plant. The hot gas generator will be applied to the crushed aggregate drying in mills. The facility will be located in the town of San Pedro Sula.
Posted on: 03 / 09 / 2018 | 0 Comentarios
The Spanish engineering company E & M Combustion, specialized in the development of Combustion Technologies, will participate in the process of expanding the production capacity and modernization of the oil and gas industry undertaken by India. The company has just been awarded three contracts to implement its industrial burners in the Indian refineries.
Posted on: 23 / 01 / 2018 | 0 Comentarios
E & M Combustion, Spanish engineering specializing in the design and manufacture of Combustion Equipment for Industrial Applications, is awarded a contract to install an industrial burner at the Fajar Paper plant in Cikarang. This town, located at west of Java, has registered an important industrial development in recent years. The contract of the Spanish company, with which it has entered the difficult market of Indonesia, has occurred following the recent participation of E & M Combustion in a local conference on technologies of industrial processes.
Ashish Halageri: “Companies are attracted by India, but fail to offer solutions that the market needs”
Posted on: 31 / 10 / 2016 | 0 Comentarios
We talked to Ashish Halageri, CEO of E & M Combustion in India on the country's needs in energy and environment and the way of doing business. He reveals us the characteristics of this market, as well as its main equipment and modernization needs and the usually committed mistakes by the companies.