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second expansion project was commissioned in 2006 to increase the plants production titanium metal sponge. the plant is the first in the world that is fully integrated with a tio supporting the development of a skilled saudi human resources base, achieving recordmar 06, 2014 cristals titanium dioxide plant will supply the new production plant with titanium tetrachloride. the strategic objective of the new joint venture company is to produce high quality titanium sponge at a competitive cost by benefiting from the economies of scale and integrated synergies resulting from cristals existing yanbu operations and apr 27, 2015 alkhobar: saudi arabias national industrialisation co. chose taiwans and japans chiyoda corp 6366.t to build a titanium sponge plant for latest construction information on titanium sponge plant yanbu industrial city, contractors, consultants, tender dates, key companies, key contacts and project progressthe plant has a capacity to produce 228 million imperial gallons per day 728 million litres per day. the project construction cost was sabn the main contractor for plant construction was doosan and its consortium partner saudi archirodon, with poyry acting as the consultant for the project.
contact us. ventures middle east dmcc post box no. dubai united arab emirates tel: 971 365 9918 600 fax: 971 365 9917 email:the objective of the project is to produce titanium sponge at competitive cost using the titanium tetrachloride produced from the existing titanum dioxide plant from cristal and the production technology of titanium sponge from toho. production will be commenced in 2017 with the capacity of 15,600 metric ton per year. this project consists of two structures namely bld 301 and rarely leave remarks, but did a few searching and wound up here titanium sponge plantdec 30, 2018 saudi arabias advanced metal industries company has postponed the commercial start-up of its titanium sponge project until the first half of 2019, a regulatory filing has revealed. amic, which is owned by tasnee and cristal, said the move was driven by the delay in producing the raw material, titanium tetrachloride, which it now expects to complete by the first quarter