Plant Expansions

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18/09/2014

Suez Cement factory in Egypt to start using coal next November

Two other plants will begin coal use in two years

   

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18/09/2014

Titan Cement to set up coal-powered station

Company began demolition on site

   

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18/09/2014

Semen Indonesia builds new cement plant

Construction to start next year

   

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18/09/2014

Cementa to expand limestone mining in Skövde, Sweden

Proposal was rejected last spring

   

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16/09/2014

Cementos Argos expands operations in Colombia

Company to add production capacity in Sogamoso

   

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14/09/2014

Holcim invests in Volski, Russia

New production line to be installed

   

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14/09/2014

New cement plant to be built in Russia’s Oryol

Chinese investors reached agreement with the regional government

   

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14/09/2014

Egypt is not granting licenses for cement plants

Energy crisis puts a strain on the country’s cement sector

   

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13/09/2014

Turkish society Eren Holdings will build a cement plant in Cameroon

Eren Holdings and the government of Cameroon signed an investment agreement on September 9

   

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11/09/2014

Proposal for new cement grinding unit in India approved

Cement unit to come up in Dhenkanal district

   

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