Ethiopia, which is the second most populous country in Africa and has a fast-growing economy, continues to draw attention. Concrete Block Making Machine is popular among the machines preferred by the country's industry and economy and investor construction companies. Investor companies of the country continue to accelerate the country's economy with the export of Block Making Machine. While Ethiopia, an East African country, hosted CONMACH Concrete Block Making Machine models of different capacities, investor companies brought the BlockKing-36MS Concrete Block Making Machine to the country's economy in these days when we are living in the first quarter of 2022.
BlockKing-36MS on the Roads of Addis Ababa
The Concrete Block Making Machine BlockKing-36MS, which will be installed in the capital city of the country, Addis Ababa, was brought to the port of Istanbul Ambarlı by container from the CONMACH factory building, which produces and exports in Çorlu / Turkey. The semi-automatic Hydraulic Concrete Block Making Machine, which will be loaded on the ship after the exit operations are carried out here, will be transported to by sea the port of Djibouti and then to the city of Addis Ababa by road. The production capacity of the BlockKing-36MS briquette-producing machine, whose installation and assembly will be carried out by the CONMACH technical team, produces 12,000 20x20x40 cm blocks, 16,000 15x20x40 cm blocks, 22,000 10x20x40 cm blocks, 4,000 curbs and 1,000 m2 pavingstones.
Block Producing Machine without Automatic Weighing System
Addis Ababa, which has a great commercial importance, draws attention with the production of concrete blocks used in the construction industry, as well as the production of products such as metal, textile, leather, coffee and tobacco. BlockKing-36MS Concrete Block Making Machine without automatic weighing system, sent by CONMACH MACHINERY to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, together with 1 x 500 lt single shaft mixer, 2 transfer conveyors, 4 trolleys, 3 concrete block molds, 1 paving stone, 1 curbstone; total there were 5 concrete block molds.