Plant Expansions

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27/10/2014

Siam Cement set to invest in new plants

Next years will see more greenfields and brownfields than M&A

 

   

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23/10/2014

Russia takes control of Savinskoye cement plant

Measures taken to provide employment assistance for laid-off workers

   

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22/10/2014

Semen Indonesia builds new power plant

WHRPG project to be complete in 2016

   

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21/10/2014

Saudi Arabia’s Al Sawfa Cement awards contract to ThyssenKrupp

Al Sawfa Cement is building a new cement plant in Jabal Farasan

   

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21/10/2014

Semen Indonesia expands with new cement plant in Aceh

Company to build production facility following increase in demand in the region

   

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20/10/2014

Application granted for Kyrgyzstan’s LLC Tash-Kumyr Cement Plant

Company filed applications for geological exploration

   

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20/10/2014

Cement manufacturer in Thailand to expand capacity at waste-to-energy power plant

Power plant services TPIPL’s cement factory

   

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19/10/2014

Apodi builds cement plant in Sergipe, Brazil

New plant to meet the demand of Sergipe, as well as other Northeast states

   

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19/10/2014

ICCL’s new plant to start production in 2016

ICCL is Nigeria’s newest cement operator

   

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19/10/2014

Savinskiy cement plant in Russia to undergo modernization

Project expected to start in 2015

   

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