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Semen Indonesia looking to add captive power

Company now studying whether to build coal fired unit in West Sumatra

 

   

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Votorantim touts gains from expansion program

Firm says expansion program has benefited company and improved operations

 

   

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Qassim Cement to install new production line

Line will have installed capacity of 5,500 tons per dayPremium Content

 

   

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Saudi Arabia: New cement plant proposed in Hijaz

Proponent will spend 37 mm euros to build plant in the areaPremium Content

 

   

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Titan Cement pushing through with Castle Hayne bid

Firm says it will not give up on process started in 2008

 

   

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Ciment de l'Afrique building plant in Chad

Morocco based cement maker will invest € 30 million in the projectPremium Content

 

   

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Semen Indonesia announces investment plan for Vietnam

Company also expanding operations in other South East Asian countriesPremium Content

 

   

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Carolinas Cement set for building application in the US

Plan is for the packaging unit for the proposed cement plant in North Carolina

 

   

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CSN to install new plant in Brazil

Company scheduled to finish plant by 2016Premium Content

 

   

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Mozambique cement prices dropped

Increased supply of cement stabilized prices in the marketPremium Content

   

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