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08/09/2014

City Cement postpones expansion project

City Cement delays trial production of cement plant previously set on December 10, 2014 due to Germany-based Polysius failing to supply raw materials

   

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08/09/2014

Suzhou Sinoma builds clinker line in Mongolia

New clinker production line for Harqin Cement

   

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08/09/2014

Washington’s Port of Everett restarts cement shipments

Cement plant has been inactive for years

   

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05/09/2014

Tupi Mining to build a cement plant in Brazil

Company executives signed a protocol of intent with the Government of Parana

   

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04/09/2014

Egypt Kuwait seeks cement license in Saudi Arabia

Fertilizer plant is being built in Idaho

   

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03/09/2014

Boral halts clinker production at its Maldon cement works

Demand decline triggered decision

   

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03/09/2014

Russia’s TimlyuyTsement boosts raw mills’ production

TimlyuyTsement completed mills renovation

   

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03/09/2014

Nigeria’s CCNN plans expansion

Cement manufacturer to boost production capacity

   

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02/09/2014

Indonesian residents reject plans to build cement plant in Rembang

Residents launch legal challenge over Semen Indonesia’s plans

   

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01/09/2014

Supreme Group builds new cement plant in Paraná, Brazil

Plant to start operations this year

   

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