Hanson Pipe & Precast, a division of Hanson PLC, one of the world’s leading heavy building materials companies, today announced its plans to build a new facility
Mitsubishi Materials Corp has set a group net profit target of Y53 billion in the fiscal year ending March 2010 under its three-year business plan.
Alas International, a subsidiary of Austrian building materials producer Asamer Holding, plans to invest 40 million euro ($53.3 million) in the upgrade of its Bosnian cement plant Lukavac
Ciments du Maroc, one of Morocco’s leading cement companies with 27.3 per cent market share, increased sales by 9.1 per cent last year
ACC will pump in around US$100m in three years to push its annual cement production capacity to 27.5Mt. This will be an increase of over 38 per cent over
Trinidad & Tobago’s Trinidad Cement Limited (TCL) has reported its 2006 net profits fell 1.3% to TT$152m (US$24.3m).
Tanzania Portland Cement Company’s revenue went up by 16 per cent last year, while the net profit increased by 25 per cent.
Egypt’s Orascom Construction Industries said on Wednesday its net income rose 59 per cent in 2006 to $464.5m.
Pretoria Portland Cement Co said it will propose to its shareholders that each of its shares of 1.00 rand be subdivided into 10 shares with a par value of ZAR0.10 each.
The Monarch Cement Company (OTC:MCEM) for its twelve months ended December 31, 2006 was $30,989,138, a 25% increase over the year earlier same 12 months when Monarch Cement
HeidelbergCement, the German cement product manufacturer, is to increase its dividend for 2006 from 1.15 euros to 1.25 euros. On average, analysts had expected a dividend of 1.39 euros per share.
Turkish cement company Adana Cimento said it would propose its shareholders to vote on the payment of a dividend of TRL85.4m (US$61m) for 2006.
Taiheiyo Cement Corp said Thursday it will book a special loss of Y2.2bn from the sale of land in eastern Tokyo for this fiscal year ending March 31.
Wannianqing Cement Co Ltd said it plans to issue up to 70m additional A-shares to its parent, Jiangxi Cement Co Ltd, and other institutional investors via private placement.
Turkish cement company Mardin Cimento said on March 20, 2007 that its net profit increased by 36.7 per cent YoY to TRL89.067m (US$63.85m) in 2006.
TPI Polene, the country’s third largest cement producer, plans to refinance debt of 10.12 billion baht before exiting its rehabilitation plan later this year, according to senior vice-president