Cement Industry News tagged under: International
An old cement works in one of Scotland’s top property hotspots is being turned into hundreds of luxury homes.
Burnpur Cement, Inida, proposes to come up with a cement unit of 1000tpd capacity
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez announced Sunday that his government expropriated a sugar mill, a cement plant and would take over the administration of a port from private sector hands in Lake Mar
Riding on increased activity in real estate and boom in infrastructure development, the Indian cement industry is on a roll
Hopefully bringing an end to the chronic cement shortage plaguing the region, Antigua & Barbuda and the OECS have emerged successful
The Russian company Eurocement Group has bought the Ohangarontsement joint-stock company, the second largest cement producing plant in Uzbekistan
South Africa’s Cement and Concrete Institute, in their report for August, reported an increase of 9.7% in cement sales for the year to date.
Nigeria as the nation’s landscape is now dotted with a plethora of uncompleted or abandoned commercial and residential housing projects. The road to building construction and individual home ownership
The Qatar National Cement Company (QNCC) has signed a QR800mn agreement with French major FCB Ciment for the building of its fourth cement manufacturing facility in Umm Bab.
Secil, the cement division of Semapa SGPS, announced that the factory
Cemex has announced plans to construct a new grinding and blending facility for blended cements in the UK, at the Port of Tilbury near London.
The Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd (KPCL), in India, has finalised a plan for cent per cent utilisation of the fly ash produced by the Raichur Thermal Power Station (RTPS) by 2010.
The Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd (KPCL), in India, has finalised a plan for cent per cent utilisation of the fly ash produced by the Raichur Thermal Power Station (RTPS) by 2010. The KPCL is keen to make its th...
AV Birla group company Grasim Industries Ltd on Thursday said it has acquired a small cement unit for Rs 10 lakh.
Vietnam Cement Corporation will reorganise under the parent-subsidiary model
Contractors are set to be hit by massive cement price hikes over the next few months, according to a report by Contract Journal, UK.