Plant Expansions

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25/08/2014

New cement plant to be built in Russia

Unit to start production in 2016

   

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25/08/2014

New cement plant might be built in Russia’s Oryol region

Three companies expressed interest

   

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24/08/2014

Cement project in Bhutan approved

New facility would be the first cement plant in Zhemgang

   

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24/08/2014

Plant construction in Vietnam’s Vung Ang Economic Zone approved

Vice Prime Minister approved Ministry of Construction’s proposal

   

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24/08/2014

Lafarge completes upgrade in Canada

Upgrade to reduce the amount of dust and emissions generated

   

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24/08/2014

The Republic of the Congo to boost cement production

Three new operators enter the market

   

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20/08/2014

Cement companies invest in plants in India’s Karnataka

Cement demand has been increasing

   

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20/08/2014

Auminco Mines to supply cement manufacturing company with coal

Mongolian Khutul Cement and Lime signed MoU

   

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19/08/2014

New production facility is being built at Holcim’s plant in Volsky, Russia

New facility to start operation ahead of schedule

   

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19/08/2014

Birla HomeTech considers setting up cement plant in India’s Kurnool district

Government supports Birla HomeTech’s initiative

   

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