Shipping of the material have begun and the installation of the Port of Montevideo Unit will start late April.
On September 2013 we signed the contract with Obrinel SA for the supply of complete turnkey construction of Montevideo’s port. The signing occurred once all previous stages were completed, consisting on meetings with Sercobe and all parties involved – Buhler, Saceem and Copersa – both in Buenos Aires and Montevideo.
The project consists of a storage facility of 200,000 tons for wheat, with the provision of silos, dumping platforms and boarding vehicle scales, conveyors, elevators and mechanical accessories, with a warranty of 12 months since its launch, for a total value of $ 60 million.
Silos Córdoba will provide the 10 silos of 10,000 tons each, model 27.50/17, with Z-600 steel sheet, for a greater warranty against environmental corrosion, with minimum resistance to winds of 180 km/h, central tower of 9.3 x 9.3 x 45 meters high, secondary tower of 9 x 7 x 28 meters high and weighing center of 12 x 6.5 meters and its accessories.
Shipping of the material have begun and the installation will start late April.The Global Miller
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