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20/08/2014

Cement companies invest in plants in India’s Karnataka

Cement demand has been increasing

   

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20/08/2014

Auminco Mines to supply cement manufacturing company with coal

Mongolian Khutul Cement and Lime signed MoU

   

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19/08/2014

New production facility is being built at Holcim’s plant in Volsky, Russia

New facility to start operation ahead of schedule

   

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19/08/2014

Birla HomeTech considers setting up cement plant in India’s Kurnool district

Government supports Birla HomeTech’s initiative

   

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19/08/2014

New cement plant in Indonesia to reach full production capacity in 2016

PT Semen Baturaja builds new cement plant in Palembang

   

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17/08/2014

New cement plant to be built in Adra, Syria

New facility will double Tartous Cement’s production capacity

   

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17/08/2014

Dangote Group to establish coal fired power plants in Nigeria

Investment aims to provide alternative sources of power for Dangote’s factories

   

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14/08/2014

License granted for new cement plant in Iraq

Facility will be complete in three years

   

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14/08/2014

South Africa’s Sephaku Cement completed clinker facility commissioning

New facility to soon start commercial production

   

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13/08/2014

Cement plant in Fiji inaugurated

The new Tengy Cement factory will allow supply to catch up with the booming construction industry in Fiji

   

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