FLSmidth to deliver three Top Service Design (TSUV) gyratory crushers to a South American copper mine


26 September 2023, Copenhagen, Denmark

Following a long-standing relationship with the customer, this new order allows FLSmidth to overhaul existing equipment with newer crusher technologies to boost efficiency for a leading copper miner in South America.


The order is valued at approximately DKK 200 million and was booked in Q3 2023. The equipment is expected to be delivered during 2024.

Under the agreement, FLSmidth will overhaul three existing gyratory crushers, which were originally also   supplied by FLSmidth, with three improved and more efficient gyratory crushers with the improved Top Service Design (TSUV). By installing these new gyratory crushers, the customer will benefit from increased efficiency as well as safer and simpler maintenance. Two of the crushers will be installed in the existing foundations of the old crushers. This will minimise construction costs, while also limiting the environmental impact from the replacements.

“We really appreciate when existing customers return to us. We see this as a clear vote of confidence in the quality of our technologies and services. Enabling our customers to achieve more efficient copper production is essential to electrification and the green transition”, comments Chris Reinbold, Products Business Line President at FLSmidth.


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About FLSmidth 
FLSmidth is a full flowsheet technology and service supplier to the global mining and cement industries. We enable our customers to improve performance, lower operating costs and reduce environmental impact. MissionZero is our sustainability ambition towards zero emissions in mining and cement by 2030. FLSmidth works within fully validated Science-Based Targets, our commitment to keep global warming below 1.5°C and to becoming carbon neutral in our own operations by 2030.


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