Plant Expansions

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26/04/2015

Russia’s Peterburgtsement reached full production capacity

Peterburgtsement completes upgrade

   

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26/04/2015

Ciments du Maroc plans to invest in grinding center in Tangier

Company expects to achieve recovery in 2016

   

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22/04/2015

Eurocement completes major upgrade at cement plant in Russia

Upgrade completed at Mordovcement

   

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22/04/2015

India’s Emami Group to set up cement unit in Chittor

The project will come up in three years

   

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22/04/2015

Cement manufacturer in Tanzania to set up gas plant

TPCC seeks to reduce operational costs

   

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19/04/2015

Kazakhstan’s Hantausky cement plant ups production volumes

Cement plant to boost capacity

   

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19/04/2015

Uzbekistan expects production capacity boost

Several cement projects to be implemented in the country

   

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16/04/2015

Lafarge installs new mill at Rizal plant in the Philippines

New mill reduces energy consumption

   

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16/04/2015

Indian state-run steelmaker to set up cement plant in Andhra Pradesh

RINL draws up plans to set up greenfield cement manufacturing plant

   

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14/04/2015

Chinese investor considers setting up cement plant in Magnitogorsk, Russia

Final decision to be taken in about two months

   

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