Titan Cement Company SA, Greece said on Thursday that group operating EBITDA for full-year 2004 grew by 9.3 per cent to Euro323 million from a year earlier,with group net profit after minorities and t
After having posted a negative result in 2003, the Brazilian cement products’ sector good results in 2004. According to data released by the Brazilian Cement Products Manufacturers Union (Sinap
China Resources Cement Holdings plans to inject 419 million yuan into a joint-venture cement plant in Guangxi province to boost output amid growing demand in the Pearl River Delta region. The capital
Holcim is quietly building up a useful portfolio of cement assets in Iran, while other majors have yet to make any impact on this emerging nation and one which consumed a high 33Mt of cement last year
In a recent Houston interview, Gilberto Perez, the president of US operations for Cemex, gave a few insights into Cemex plans for its US operations
Buoyed by a heavy dose of funds from overseas investor Asia Debt Management, India Cements, South India’s largest cement manufacturer, has decided to shelve the plan to sell its Andhra Pradesh-b
China Resources Cement Holdings Ltd plans to invest 500 million yuan to double production capacity at its cement plant in China’s southern province of Guangxi, a source close to the
The government may study a proposal to divest a 10 per cent stake in PT Bank Mandiri to raise funds for settling its long-standing dispute with Mexican cement maker Cemex SA over
Orascom Construction Industries announced that United Cement Company of Nigeria Ltd. (UNICEM) will construct a new greenfield cement plant with an annual production capapcity
There is a shortage of cement in Tucson and southern Arizona, and likely will become more acute this spring.
Lafarge announced that it will invest approximately EUR45m in a new plasterboard plant in the Midlands, which will increase its capacity by 50% in the UK with an additional 25Mm2.
Asia Cement Corp said its China-based unit, Jiangxi Yadong Cement Co, has been given until June to list in Hong Kong.
Turkish cement, clinker and ready mix concrete producer Bati Cimento (Baticim) plans to produce 1.5Mt of cement in 2005.
Colombia’s largest cement producer Cementos Argos invested US$15m in capacity increases in 2004, the company said in a statement.
A senior economic official saidthat a major portion of the US$5bn worth of funds the government allocated for private enterprises in the year to March 2005 has been invested in cement industry.
Siam City Cement Plc (SCCC), the country’s second largest cement producer, plans to acquire stakes in other local cement makers, according to managing director Leo Mittelholzer, according to loc