Plant Expansions

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29/06/2015

Angolan cement maker ups capacity

Increased production to result from increased financial resources

   

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29/06/2015

JSW Cement to establish two new grinding units in India

Greenfield grinding units to be set up in West Bengal and Tamil Nadu

   

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29/06/2015

Arabian Cement plant in Egypt relies on coal and alternative fuel

Arabian Cement commissions alternative fuel processing machinery

   

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28/06/2015

Cementos Yura to build clinker plant in Ecuador

Cementos Yura seeks to replace clinker imports

   

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26/06/2015

Cement plant in Sudan boost production capacity

Takamol cement plant to operate at augmented capacity in 2016

   

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25/06/2015

Heidelberg Cement builds waste-treatment plant

The plant is set up at the new Scheklinger cement plant

   

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25/06/2015

Dangote explains why it chose Nepal as next market for expansion

Nepal was chosen because of its market opportunities

   

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25/06/2015

Colombia: Turkish Medcem to invest in a new plant

Medcem Global has planned an investment of USD 50 million for a plant in Colombia

   

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24/06/2015

Mexican company to boost production capacity

Elementia to expand its Tula plant

   

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23/06/2015

Cimpor invests in new plant in Mozambique

Cimpor to partner up with international supplier

   

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