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$53mn: Chlor alkali and calcium chloride projects

Nuberg EPC has been awarded a $53mn turnkey project contract in July 2018 by Middle East Chemicals Company (Midchem), Saudi Arabia.
Nuberg EPC has been awarded a $53mn turnkey project contract in July 2018 by Middle East Chemicals Company (Midchem), Saudi Arabia.

Nuberg EPC has been awarded a $53mn turnkey project contract in July 2018 by Middle East Chemicals Company (Midchem), Saudi Arabia. The exclusive agreement covers EPC and LSTK services and solutions for a chlor alkali plant and a calcium chloride plant in Riyadh and will be executed for Saudi Factory for Chlorine and Alkalies (SACHLO), Midchem’s group company. The production capacity will be 60TPD for the chlor alkali plant, which is an expansion of its previous plant of 60TPD, making it a total of 120TPD, and 150TPD for the calcium chloride plant. Nuberg EPC’s scope of services for this project includes process, technology know-how, basic and detailed engineering, design, procurement, manufacture and supply of plant equipment, including complete erection, construction, project management, commissioning and start-up of the plant.

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