PNG’s Mayur transformation

Published 29 July 2019

Mayur Resources recently announced plans for the construction of Papua New Guinea’s first integrated cement and quicklime plant. Located 25km north of Port Moresby, the country’s capital, the facility will support the government’s programme to add value to the nation’s vast mineral wealth. By Mayur Resources, Australia.

Mayur Resources’ new cement plant will reduce Papua New Guinea’s dependence on imports and

lower domestic cement prices, supporting infrastructure development in the country

The cement market of Papua New Guinea (PNG) is about to see a major transformation in the country’s cement supply. Mayur Resources, an Australian Securities Exchange-listed company, has recently announced its plans for the construction and development of the country’s first integrated cement and quicklime plant. The project represents an estimated capital cost of US$350m and will produce clinker, cement and quicklime for domestic and export markets.

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