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02/01/2015

CBMI wins award for plant construction in Bulgaria

CBMI wins Building of the Year 2014 for the construction of the cement plant in Devnya

   

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31/12/2014

New plants to open in Russia’s Tyumen region

Several plants are expected to open in 2015

   

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31/12/2014

Kyrgyzstan to build new cement plant

Kyrgyz commission visited two cement plants in China

   

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30/12/2014

India’s JSW Cement moves to increase production by over four-fold

Company plans to boost production by 2025

   

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29/12/2014

Egypt's Suez Cement starts using coal at its Katameya factory

Company completed the trial period

   

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26/12/2014

Workers at Holcim plant in Russia end strike

Workers were hired to build a new production line

   

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23/12/2014

Kenya’s Savannah Cement to install new milling plant

Company aims to operate a fully integrated cement manufacturing business

   

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23/12/2014

New cement plant in Brazil to prioritize local workforce

Apodi Cement to set up new plant in Sergipe

   

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23/12/2014

Dangote to begin full production at plant in Cameroon

Dangote Cement bags to hit the market in Cameroon in January 2015

   

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22/12/2014

New cement plant to be set up in Zambia

Cement Zambia submitted its environmental impact statement report

   

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