Cement Industry News tagged under: International
Germany’s cement industry expects full-year sales up four per cent from 2005,
Italy’s Italcementi Group, which owns the cement mills Devnya Tsiment and Dimitrovgrad-based Vulkan, said robust demand on the Bulgarian market
State-owned cement maker PT Tonasa in South Sulawesi has received offers from three banks to provide loans to finance the construction of its fifth plant.
Russian cement monopolists are obstructing efforts to provide people with affordable housing, the head of a region in southwestern Russia said.
Gujarat Angan Cement Ltd (will set up a green field cement plant near Abdasa in Kutch district of Gujarat)
A consortium of banks in Egypt led by Commercial International Bank said it provided a loan to Suez Cement Co.
Sultan Al Ghurair, vice president of Al Ghurair Investments, based in the United Arab Emirates, said that the company planned to establish a cement plant with US$200m investment
A subsidiary of Russia’s LSR Group, Tsement, plans to build a EUR160m euro cement plant in the Leningrad Region by 2009
The Aditya Birla Group firm, Grasim Cement Industries, is to build the proposed Rs 1,000 crore Sundernagar cement plant in Himachal Pradesh’s Mandi district
Shares in Britain’s Hanson rose more than four per cent on Wednesday as traders speculated that Mexico’s Cemex may make a bid for the building materials firm
Hopefully bringing an end to the chronic cement shortage plaguing the region, Antigua & Barbuda and the OECS have emerged s
The Grenada Government has taken steps to ensure that there will be a guaranteed supply of cement to the country at least for the next two years.
Nigerian Milling firm, Flour Mills Nigeria Plc, (FMN) have disclosed it has embarked on an expansion drive of its business operations to now include a full scale manufacturing cement process.
Cement companies in China may find good business opportunities in Iraq due to Iraq’s high demand of building material for city reconstruction.
Construction group Aveng, which reported sterling annual results yesterday, says it is in no hurry to decide whether to give partner Holcim’s mooted empowerment deal the go-ahead.
Turnover at Buzzi Unicem increased by 9.9% during the first half of 2006 to EUR 1,518.6m, with the EBITDA advancing by 28.1% to EUR420.2m, while the pre-tax profit improved by 49.9% to EUR 83.3m