MB crushing equipment plays a vital role in Djibouti project

BF120.4 Volvo EC3800 L Djibuti basalt.640x400MB Crusher technology is being used in the development of the US$3.5bn Djibouti International Free Trade Zone

Djibouti is located at the junction of the three rifts – the rifts of East Africa, the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea. It plays a crucial juncture role for import and export, representing a major gateway connection.

Yangkai, the Chinese general manager responsible for the Djibouti International Free Trade Zone (DIFTZ) project, was impressed by MB Crushers’ power simply by watching a video on the MB Crusher YouTube channel.

The quality and quantity of daily recycled material obtained by the MB Crusher BF120.4 was one of the main aspects the company took into consideration when they decided to buy it.

The MB Crusher Bucket BF120.4, mounted on a Volvo EC3800L Excavator, can crush more than one million cubic meters of basalt for road construction purposes.

The BF120.4 crusher bucket, suitable for operating machines exceeding 30 tonnes, has been designed to meet specific crushing requirements in quarries, landfills and for all aggregate recycling operations. It is a versatile and powerful machine that has established a strong presence in the crushing sector in large-scale urban and road construction sites.

MB Crusher stated that the DIFTZ will transform the region’s trade and provide a strategic basis for global businesses to access the rapidly growing African market.

Construction of DIFTZ began a week after the completion of the Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway, a new 752 km track connecting the capital of Ethiopia with the Port of Djibouti.

Within the belt and road initiative, the DIFTZ initiative is expected to create 200,000 new jobs and reinforced Djibouti’s role as the strategic link between global maritime trade routes.

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