Semapa announces Brazil investments

Semapa announces Brazil investments
Published: 19 March 2012


Semapa, a Portuguese holding company that controls cement maker Secil, will invest about EUR300m (US$394m) in Brazil’s cement industry, Diario Economico reported, citing the prospectus of Semapa’s bond sale.

Semapa will invest about EUR240m in a new plant in Brazil after it agreed to buy a 50 per cent stake in Supremo Cimento SA, the Portuguese newspaper said, citing the document for the planned sale of as much as EUR150m of Semapa bonds. (Source: Bloomberg)