It has been reported in the South African and Australian media that FLSmidth Roymec has signed a term sheet with Ledjadja Coal for the supply of a coal material handling system and a coal preparation plant.
On 21 May 2013, FLSmidth announced a share buyback programme in accordance with the provisions of Commission Regulation No. 2273/2003 of 22 December 2003, also referred to as the "Safe Harbour" rules. In accordance with the rules, FLSmidth will publish the accumulated purchases under the share buy-back programme every 7th trading day.
FLSmidth has received an order worth approximately INR 1900m (approximately DKK 200m) from a leading Indian steel producer, Tata Steel, to supply two pipe conveyors for transport of 6 million tonnes per year of iron ore over a distance of around 9 km from the steel company's Khondbond mines to the railway loading point at Joda in the state of Odisha, located on the east coast of India.
FLSmidth has won a contract worth approximately USD 112m (DKK 658m) from Vale, its long-term Brazilian customer, to supply Material Handling and Mineral Processing equipment for Vale's Moatize coal mine in the Tete Province of Mozambique.
FLSmidth has won a contract worth approximately USD 63m (approximately DKK 369m) from the Kazakhstani company, Kazakhmys PLC, to design a copper concentrator and supply all the process technology for a plant to be built at their Bozshakol copper mine in Kazakhstan, 220 km north of the capital Astana.
FLSmidth has today acquired the market-leading technologies and products related to unmanned operation and process optimisation of stackers/reclaimers and train loading systems from the German company iSAM AG.