Plant Expansions

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01/12/2014

Suez Cement to start production fueled with coal soon

Plant to begin operations by the end of the year

   

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01/12/2014

China’s Huaxin Cement expands overseas

Expansion turns out to be worth the wait

   

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30/11/2014

New cement grinding plant in Mexico to be put in operation

Former employees of Cemex plan to set up new plant in the Yucatan Peninsula

   

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30/11/2014

Cement plant in India needs financial assistance

Funds needed to ensure smooth production from April 2015

   

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30/11/2014

Lafarge Canada to expand Caledon Village site

Company hosted public open house to display plans

   

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30/11/2014

Spain’s Cementos Cosmos to expand quarry

Company already submitted permitting papers

   

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28/11/2014

Lafarge Canada to expand operation near Caledon village

Company consulted public regarding the expansion plans

   

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27/11/2014

China’s Jiangsu Helin Cement completes projects

Jiangsu Helin Cement reduced production costs

   

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27/11/2014

Indocement cement plant in Central Java sees postponement for 2 years

The two-year postponement is caused by the slow land acquisition.

 

   

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27/11/2014

Turkish Çimsa to open new plant

Plant in Halımor to start operations in 2016

   

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