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Kaltim Prima gets 'eco-friendly' speed lift

German technology and manufacturing giant Siemens has installed the world’s fastest overland conveyor at one of Indonesia’s biggest coal mines, cutting its energy bill by 10% at the same time.

Kaltim Prima's Tanjung Bara coal terminal in Indonesia

Kaltim Prima's Tanjung Bara coal terminal in Indonesia

Kaltim Prima Coal adopted Siemens automation and Integrated Drive Systems (IDS) technology on the 7.5m-per-second Melawan curved overland conveyor, and 8.5m-per-second straight overland conveyor linking...

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