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05/03/2014

Sinoma tapped for project in Russia

China based firm will build plant with Transbaikalia CementPremium Content

 

   

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04/03/2014

Cimaf starts production at Douala plant

Firm says new plant will help ensure cement supply in CameroonPremium Content

 

   

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04/03/2014

Dangote to build new plant in Kenya

Firm says it will spend $600 mm for the 3 mm ton per year plant

 

   

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03/03/2014

Oman Cement to build new cement mill

Firm will finance the project by securing bank loan

 

   

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03/03/2014

India: Dalmia Cement to install greenfield plant

Firm says new Gokak plant will be ready in five months

 

   

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03/03/2014

Lafarge Zambia building new cement depot

Firm building unit in Chipata District

 

   

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28/02/2014

Cement Australia's expansion plan gets green light

Firm will expand cement storage and loading station at OsbornePremium Content

 

   

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28/02/2014

Philippines: Lafarge expanding Bulacan unit

Firm says cement mill will be operational by 2015

 

   

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28/02/2014

CIMAF opens regional packing facility in Côte d'Ivoire

Investment for the unit reached 12 million euros

 

   

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27/02/2014

Semen Indonesia starts operations at new packing plant

Firm says Banjarsmin based unit has installed capacity of 600,000 tons of cement per year

   

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