Plant Expansions

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25/09/2014

Semen Indonesia seeks financing for plant construction

Construction is set to start in 2015

   

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25/09/2014

Russia’s Krasnoyarsk Cement commissions coal crusher

Company decommissioned the old mill

   

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25/09/2014

Saudi Arabia’s Al Jouf Cement Company delays expansion procedures

Tests for the second production line postponed

   

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24/09/2014

Cement maker Cemex's to expand limestone mining in Xenia Township

The firm is interested to quarry a property east of Ohio in the US

   

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24/09/2014

Saudi Arabia’s City Cement Company explores alternative energy sources

Expansion project to be launched at the end of the year

   

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24/09/2014

New cement plant in Bolivia aims to break monopoly

Plant to start operations within three years

   

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22/09/2014

India’s JSW Cement considers setting up new cement plant

JSW Cement might build plant in Gulbarga, Karnataka

   

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22/09/2014

New production line for Saudi Arabia’s Southern Province Cement to be complete in March 2015

Works have been delayed by labor shortages

   

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22/09/2014

Lafarge Africa to build power plant in Nigeria

Lafarge Africa partnered with IFC and Wartsila

   

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21/09/2014

Cerro Azul cement plant to start operations later this year

Cement plant is implemented jointly with an Iranian company

   

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