ENCO was contracted in November 1997 to participate in the port terminal expansion of Kalija Parks, at the time, the third largest potash transshipment facility in the world. The project was completed and ready for operation in January of 1999. The existing terminal had been handling approximately 4.0 million metric tons of potash annually. The project increased throughput to 6.5 million metric tons. Storage capacity was increased by 40000 metric tons with provisions to handle a variety of bulk materials. Enco Engineering de- signed, manufactured, and provided construction supervision over the entirety of the solids handling equipment including eight 54-inch belt width conveyors each handling 1500 metric tons per hour, twenty-six belt feeders each capable of 500 metric tons per hour, and related structures, transfer buildings, and appurtenances.
Design engineering and equipment supplied for terminal upgrade
• Structures: conveyor galleries, bents, transfer stations
• Silo reclaim feeders