Plant Expansions

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23/07/2014

Venezuela and China to build new cement plant

Manufacturing unit to be located in Lara, Venezuela

   

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23/07/2014

Holcim advances with modernization project at US’ Hagerstown plant

Project aims to cut down on the unit’s environmental footprint

   

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22/07/2014

Plan for Cemex expansion has been declined

Hernando zoning board has denied Cemex expansion plan.

   

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21/07/2014

Cement plant being built in Rudny, Kazakhstan

Company aims to secure credit facility

   

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21/07/2014

India’s Ultratech Cement to invest in capacity expansion

Positive outlook for the Indian economy

   

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20/07/2014

Cuba’s Siguaney Cement Plant stabilizes production

Repair works to begin at the facility in Sancti Spiritus

   

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20/07/2014

Singha Cement invests in cement terminal in Sri Lanka

Facility to start operations next January

   

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20/07/2014

New cement plant to be built in Yemen

Aden Free Zone Authority and Dar Al-Yemen signed agreement

   

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19/07/2014

Siam Cement Group invests in Myanmar

New cement plant to be operational in 2016

   

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16/07/2014

Lucky Cement invests in power plant in Pakistan

Project is likely to be complete by the end of 2015

   

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