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05/06/2014

Venezuela to pick up cement production this year

Government targets 10,000 tons per day of production by year's endPremium Content

 

   

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05/06/2014

Yakuttsement starts construction on new production line

Expansion will enable company to produce additional clinker to suit local demandPremium Content

 

   

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Lafarge Zimbabwe to upgrade production capacity

Firm will spend $10 mm to increase output to 500,000 tonsPremium Content

 

   

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Cemex opens new unit in Spain

New distribution center located in Rubi

 

   

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Quebec okays new cement plant in Gaspe

Government will help fund cement plant by providing $350 mm loan

 

   

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JK set to commence production at new plant this year

Company says it will start new Durg unit by the last quarter of the yearPremium Content

 

   

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03/06/2014

Proposed cement plant nixed in Australia

Proposed plant in Newcastle cancelled on economic factorsPremium Content

   

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03/06/2014

KHD works on modernization projects in Germany

Two projects at HeidelbergCement are currently underway

   

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02/06/2014

Ciments du Maroc to build new grinding unit

Company will spend 170 mm dirhams to build the unitPremium Content

   

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02/06/2014

Dangote to start production in Cameroon next month

Plant expected to lower cement prices in the marketPremium Content

   

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