R. Sakthi, CEO of Lintec & Linnhoff Concrete, knows more than most about the concrete industry, having dedicated decades of his career to it. He says spotting the potential for high-quality manufacturing in Asia, as well as harnessing the benefits of automation have helped establish the Eurotec brand in the global market.
It was widely billed as the battle between Liverpool FC’s then finest strikers as Sadio Mané (of Senegal) and Mo Salah (of Egypt) came face-to-face in the final of the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON 2021) football championship.
The unique containerised design of Lintec’s CSM asphalt plants has provided one of China’s largest contractors, CITIC Construction with several important benefits over the course of its major road rehabilitation projects in southeastern Kazakhstan.
Lintec & Linnhoff used Excon India 2022 in Bengaluru to announce the launch of its new Linnhoff DRX DurableMix asphalt plant series. It also launched its locally manufactured Linnhoff TSD1500 MobileMix asphalt plant.
Lintec & Linnhoff Holdings (LLH) and the Gainwell Commosales Private Limited (formerly Tractors India Private Limited) have signed a strategic manufacturing and distribution partnership agreement to cement an even greater presence in the vibrant South Asian market today.
With the construction sector in the Philippines predicted to grow by 16.1% during 2022, following a strong recovery of over 12% in 2021, Eurotec concrete batching plants from Lintec & Linnhoff have been a popular choice for construction projects.
A prominent contractor in southern Brazil has ordered its first-ever Lintec containerised asphalt batch mix plant, permanently installing it by a major highway in Paraná to support its future maintenance and construction work across the state.
Lintec’s CSM4000 and 5000 asphalt batch plants have proven invaluable for several major road projects carried out by the Inner Mongolia Road & Bridge Group Co. Ltd in this remote autonomous region in northern China. This is due to the huge output capacity and ease of transport of the asphalt plants.
With its easy transportation, high production output and compact design, the Lintec CDP5001M continuous asphalt plant is proving one of the most popular choices for road-building contractors in Latin America.
With one-fifth of Poland’s expressways now made of concrete, a Lintec CCP3000D containerised concrete batching plant is supporting this growing trend as it works on one of the most important infrastructure projects in the country.
International motorcycle racing has returned to Indonesia after a 24-year hiatus. A Lintec CSD3000 containerised asphalt plant, the largest mixing plant in the country, has been key to producing its new, premium-quality, racetrack in record time.
While the concrete industry continues to boost global infrastructure development, populations across the globe are also looking for greater sustainability and environmental care from the world around them.
A selection of batching plants from the Lintec & Linnhoff range have now produced over 500,000 tons of hot mix asphalt for Cambodia’s National Road No. 5 (NR 5) Rehabilitation Project, which is currently halfway to completion.
A varied cross-section of Linnhoff asphalt plants has now produced well over 1.5 million tons of hot mix asphalt, and is continuing its work to ensure Indonesia’s IDR 500 trillion (USD 35 billion) Trans-Sumatra Toll Road remains on course for completion by 2024.
Lintec & Linnhoff continues to strengthen its business presence and customer support in the Middle East, with the most-recent announcement – the appointment of new distributors for Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine.
A partnership between Lintec & Linnhoff and Shanghai’s Fudan University is ensuring that contractors who rely on the company’s Lintec asphalt plants will not run the risk of losing business by falling foul of China’s increasingly stringent air-quality regulations.
A new iconic landmark is taking shape on the skyline of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and a Eurotec concrete batching plant plus flake ice plant are working in tandem to ensure the project remains on course to meet its revised completion date.
A Lintec CSM4000HS20-SE asphalt batching plant has helped a major Chinese contractor, from China’s eastern Zhejiang province, Ningbo Heng-Shun Traffic Engineering Co, meet the pressing demands of several prestigious projects over the past 18 months.
Construction materials supplier Urengoydorstroy is using a Lintec CSM 4000 asphalt mixing plant to provide asphalt each day to the runway rebuilding job at Novy Urengoy Airport in the harsh surroundings of Western Siberia.
Lintec & Linnhoff ends partnership with Ardent Maschinenfabrik and has new manufacturing plans for India. The company has terminated its previous relationship and is planning to boost its facilities and resources in India as demand continues to rise for its products.
Lintec & Linnhoff announced its re-entry into the India market, under a brand-new global business strategy, committing to providing support to all their local clients, not only in managing their existing fleet of plants but also in meeting their future project’s needs.
A company founded by Eduard Linnhoff in 1919 continues its legacy in 2019 as Lintec & Linnhoff. A global engineering and technology company that is headquartered in Singapore, Lintec & Linnhoff is the manufacturer of the Lintec, Linnhoff, and Eurotec brands, which are leading-edge solutions to produce concrete and asphalt.