Plant Expansions

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14/08/2014

South Africa’s Sephaku Cement completed clinker facility commissioning

New facility to soon start commercial production

   

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13/08/2014

Cement plant in Fiji inaugurated

The new Tengy Cement factory will allow supply to catch up with the booming construction industry in Fiji

   

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13/08/2014

Semen Indonesia inaugurates new coal facility

Facility to be operated by its subsidiary PT Semen Tonasa South Sulawesi.

   

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12/08/2014

New cement facility to be built in Congo

Cement plant to address cement shortages in the country

   

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12/08/2014

Power supply unit to be installed for cement plant in Russia

New facility to be completed later this year.

   

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12/08/2014

Russia’s Ulyanovskcement gets award for best organization in the construction industry

New cement plant to be built by the Eurocement Group

   

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11/08/2014

DRC, China sign deal for $300-million cement plant

New facility to use coal as fuel

   

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10/08/2014

Jiangxi Wannianqing Cement’s new clinker line to start commercial production

Chinese company’s line is currently under trial commissioning

   

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10/08/2014

Upgrade of Holcim cement plan in Russia to be complete by the end of the year

Works for the project began in 2013

   

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10/08/2014

Development of new cement capacity in China halted

China issued an emergency decree

   

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