FLSmidth : FLSmidth receives order for cement plant in Equatorial Guinea

   FLSmidth : FLSmidth receives order for cement plant in Equatorial Guinea

Company Announcement to the Danish Financial Supervisory Authority No.
07-2013,14May 2013

FLSmidth has been awarded an order worth approximately EUR 68m (DKK 505m) from
Grupo Abayak AKOGA Cemento S.A. for the supply of a green field cement plant
to be located in Akoga on the mainland of Equatorial Guinea. The plant will
have a capacity of 3,000 tonnes per day. 

The scope of supply includes plant engineering and all main equipment,
including jaw crusher, cone crusher, ATOX^® raw mill, OK cement mill, pyroline
with cross bar cooler, dosing systems, filters, packing plant and automation
control system.

"Equatorial Guinea and the surrounding region have been relying on imported
cement - thereby suffering from high prices and constraints. This plant will
be serving the local market as well as neighbouring countries. FLSmidth is
pleased to contribute to the development towards self-sufficiency in cement in
the region, which will support social and infrastructure developments. Such an
order is based on good customer relations and a professional approach," Group
Executive Vice President Per Mejnert Kristensen comments.

Grupo Abayak AKOGA Cemento S.A. is a newcomer to the cement industry but has
been involved in multiple infrastructure projects in Equatorial Guinea.

The order will be booked by the Cement division and contribute beneficially to
FLSmidth's earnings until 2016.


Please address any questions regarding this announcement to Group Executive
Vice President Per Mejnert Kristensen, FLSmidth & Co. A/S at +45 36 18 18 00.

For further information about FLSmidth, please visit

Yours faithfully

Pernille Friis Andersen
Corporate Communications & Investor Relations

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