Plant Expansions

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26/06/2014

Cement Jamaica lining up investors for new plant

NIF is looking to invest in plant to be built in St CatherinePremium Content

   

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26/06/2014

Cemex to continue investments in Dom Rep

Company will add various operations to boost its businessPremium Content

   

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26/06/2014

Addoha Cement ready to launch Burkina Faso plant by September

An expansion project is also soughtPremium Content

   

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26/06/2014

Ciments Bizerte installs new production line

Capacity at the plant will increase to 1.5 mm tons per yearPremium Content

   

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26/06/2014

Malaysia's CMS building new grinding mill

Christian Pfeiffer Maschinenfabrik chosen for the project

   

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25/06/2014

Lafarge Romania builds solid waste co-processing plant

Processing plant will be placed at MedgidiaPremium Content

   

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25/06/2014

Ethiopia commissions two more factories in the next months

Both plants found in advanced stages of constructionPremium Content

   

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25/06/2014

Shree Cements gets extension to set up plant

The project also includes a 150MW power plant

   

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24/06/2014

Trinidad Cement forays into Colombia

Company installing new processing plant in BarrancabermejaPremium Content

   

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24/06/2014

Cement JV between Tajikistan, China under discussion

Plan is for the construction of cement unit in the south of TajikistanPremium Content

 

   

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