Georgia: new US$100m Senaki cement plant ordered

Georgia: new US$100m Senaki cement plant ordered
19 April 2016

A new cement plant will be built in Senaki, Georgia. This project was discussed in detail at a meeting between the Georgian Prime Minister and local businessman Cezar Chocheli who owns Interplast LLC, a plastics company. Cement produced in Senaki will target both local and export markets, reported Prime News Agency.

The US$100m project is implemented in cooperation with a Chinese company. Construction work will start in June, employing 500 people. According to Cezar Chocheli, just as many jobs will be created after the start of commercial operations at the plant.

At the meeting with the Prime Minister, Cezar Chocheli discussed other projects as well, such as building plants for processing essential oils and producing extracts in the foreseeable future.

On behalf of the Georgian Government, the Prime Minister pledged support in the implementation of these projects and underlined the importance of investments for the economic development of the country and creation of new workplaces.

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