Guyana’s first integrated plant officially opened

Guyana’s first integrated plant officially opened
16 December 2014

Caricom Cement Company Inc has officially opened the first cement plant in Guyana in the presence of Prime Minister Samuel Hinds.

The plant, situated in Everton, East Bank Berbice, has a capacity of 0.5Mta and is located in the same compound as Caricom Cement’s bagging facility.

Also in attendance during the opening ceremony, which took place on 13 December 2014, were Irfaan Ali, Minister of Tourism, Industry and Commerce; David Armogan, chairman of Region Six; Roshan Habbibullah, CEO of Caricom Cement Inc, and Dr Joshua Safeek, chairman of Caricom Cement Co.

Speaking during the opening day, Mr Habbibullah said that a second line is soon to be added to the facility and boost production significantly.

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