Cypriot cement maker Vassiliko Cement Works boosted its net profit to C£4.1m (US$9.2m) for the first nine months of 2004, from C£2.5m (US$5.6m) for the same period of 2003.
With Gujarat witnessing a fierce tussle for market share among cement manufacturers, cement consumption in the state has received a major boost. Even as cement prices have tanked heavily in recent w
The Sabah Economic Development Corp (Sedco) is embarking on a massive expansion programme involving some of its 19 subsidiaries. Sedco chairman Datuk Mohd Lan Alani said the expansion programme will i
Vietnam is a potentially large market for cement manufacturers, said Bertrand Collomb, chairman of French building material firm Lafarge.
The MV Mary Nour, still stranded in the port of Altamira, on Mexico’s Caribbean coast for close on four months and awaiting a further court ruling is – despite its inability to discharge its 27,000t o
Russian holding Eurocement Group has completed the consolidation of its cement assets, according to a statement from the company released Tuesday.
One of the five biggest producers of cement, the Ivano-Frankivsktsement company, and brick producing company Keramik (Vinnytsia) halted operation on November 23 in protest against presidential electio
Hima Cement, Uganda, has decried the current shortage of power supply and called on the government to work on a speedy solution to save the industry and the economy at large.
Work started on Sunday on the construction of a French-invested cement production plant in southern Dong Nai province by the Lafarge Construction Material Production Group.
Associated Cement Co India’s single largest cement company, Tuesday said its production capacity would be increased from 18.3 to 20Mta by the first half of 2005 after its two ongoing projects are comp
The Dadabhoy Group is poised to set up two new cement plants at a cost of Rs2.30 billion with Chinese cooperation at Nooriabad industrial area of Karachi.
The production capacity of Omani cement factories is estimated to reach 4Mt during the next two years, Commerce and Industry Minister Maqbool bin Ali bin Sultan said.
The AFCM has officially opened its 19th Technical Symposium and Exhibition, this year being held in the historical city of Manila, Philippines.
The decision to deport Ian Coulter Managing Director of Chilanga Cement is probably motivated by concerns related to the trading arrangements currently in place for the distribution of cement both for
BNP Paribas, a French bank, and Viet Nam Construction and Machinery Installation Corporation (Lilama) signed a credit contract on importing equipment for Thang Long Cement Joint Stock Company project
France has asked the Zambian government to rescind its decision of deporting Chilanga Cement managing director Ian Coulter. And sources at Chilanga Cement have revealed that government’s reasons