Sugar Factory Revamping

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Location: EGYPT - TUNISIA
Economic value of project: € 0.2M

Year: 2008-2010

Between 2008 and 2010, Sadam Engineering performed various feasibility studies to revamp abandoned sugar factories and refineries in North Africa, particularly Egypt and Tunisia. In Egypt, the study was commissioned by the National Bank of Development and the revamping involved a raw cane sugar refinery with a production capacity of 1,000 t/d of white sugar. The project was performed on behalf of a large Saudi Arabian industrial group. In Tunisia, the study focused on the possible industrial revamping of a beet sugar factory abandoned in 1999, with a capacity of 4,000 t/d. In both cases, technical elements were provided for the refurbishment and operational reorganisation of the plants, as well as an economic evaluation of the revamping. The activities were performed through detailed inspections that established the state of the existing machinery and the plants' configurations. A final report summarised possible actions, estimating the costs for refurbishment in relation to the budget.

Between 2008 and 2010, Sadam Engineering performed various feasibility studies to revamp abandoned sugar factories and refineries in North Africa, particularly Egypt and Tunisia. In Egypt, the study was commissioned by the National Bank of Development and the revamping involved a raw cane sugar refinery with a production capacity of 1,000 t/d of white sugar. In Tunisia, the study focused on the possible industrial revamping of a beet sugar factory abandoned in 1999, with a capacity of 4,000 t/d. The project was conducted on behalf of a large Tunisian industrial group.

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