Plant Expansions

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04/10/2014

India’s BSLC Plans Cement Plant in Birmitrapur

Company hopes to get environment clearance before December

   

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03/10/2014

Closure announcement at plant of Egypt’s Torah Cement dismissed

Workers ask company management to increase production

   

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03/10/2014

Kuwait Portland Cement expands production

Company is adding new production lines

   

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02/10/2014

Semen Indonesia to build new plant in Papua

Semen Indonesia continues expansion with several plant acquisitions

   

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01/10/2014

Savinskiy residents concerned over Russian plant’s future

The Savinskoye plant is the only cement plant in the Arkhangelsk region

   

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01/10/2014

Russian Angarskcement completes station upgrade

Cement shipments have significantly increased with the completion of the upgrade

   

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01/10/2014

Jordan Cement Factories’ license renewal in Fhais denied

Company did not keep agreements with the municipality

   

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30/09/2014

Zuari Cement to set up a 3.23 mt cement plant in Gulbarga, Karnataka

The foundation stone laying ceremony was held on September 30, 2014

   

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29/09/2014

Egypt’s Alexandria Portland Cement wants to use waste as an alternative fuel

Company’s plans to establish a station have been disrupted by the former Minister of Environment

   

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25/09/2014

Semen Indonesia seeks financing for plant construction

Construction is set to start in 2015

   

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