Cement News tagged: Trading

Cement dispute settled

01 February 2005, Published under Cement News

The long-simmering dispute between the West End Development Corporation (Wedco) and the Bermuda Cement Company (BCC) has ended with an agreement. Wedco chairman Lt. Col David Burch and BCC president

No cement shortage says local supplier

28 January 2005, Published under Cement News

The sole supplier of cement in Brunei Darussalam, Butra Heidelbergcement Sdn Bhd, insists that there is no shortage of cement in the country. Ardi Wijaya, the General Manager of Butra Heidelbergcement

Thai prices likely to rise

27 January 2005, Published under Cement News

The cement price in 2005 is expected to be better than last year said Chumpol NaLamlieng, Siam Cement’s company president. Currently no cement producers dare to raise prices. Actually, the current pr

Yemeni Al-Barh cement plant increases output

27 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Yemen’s state-run al-Barh Cement Plant, in the southwestern governorate of Taiz, produced a total 603,233t of cement in 2004, exceeding by 103,233t its targeted output for the year, it was repor

Iran’s cement export prospects bright

Iran’s cement export prospects bright

26 January 2005, Published under Cement News

A senior cement industry official said on Monday that favourable investments in recent years have brightened the prospects of exporting cement to international markets. Abbas Safakish, the Ministry of

Measures to prevent cement shortage – Qatar

26 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Qatar’s top cement producer QNCC plans to make available some 1.9Mt of cement in the local market this year, anticipating a huge demand for the material in view of the construction boom. About

Cement Prices shoot up

Cement Prices shoot up

25 January 2005, Published under Cement News

A 10 per cent jump in Ugandan cement retail prices to sh20,000 a bag is a result of an increase in factory prices and a seasonal spike in demand, industry sources said last week. At the beginning of

Turkey 2004 cement output up

21 January 2005, Published under Cement News

The Turkish cement sector boosted its output by 10 per cent year-on-year to 38.5Mt in 2004, it was reported on January 21, 2005. Turkey’s cement consumption climbed by 9.0 per cent year-on-year

Mikhailovcement makes more

19 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Mikhailovcement made over 1.8Mt of products in 2004, up six per cent versus the same period 2003. In 2003 the enterprise made 1.7Mt of cement, an increase of 19 per cent from the figure reported in 20

Ivano-Frankivsktsement increases cement production

19 January 2005, Published under Cement News

The Ivano-Frankivsktsement company, one of the five biggest producers of cement and slate in Ukraine, increased cement production by 5.4 per cent to 115,300t in the fourth quarter of 2004, compared wi

Angarskcement produces more in 2004

19 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Angarskcement produced 21,628t of cement in December 2004, according to reported data. In 2004 the plant produced 670,800t of cement. Compared with 2003 output rose by 41,800t.

Egyptian price increases

18 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Local Egyptian cement companies commenced the year with price increases, ranging from LE5/t to LE15/t. National Cement reported the lowest ex-factory cement price pertaining to

Ghacem cement up by 12 per cent

18 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Ghana Cement Company will increase its factory cement price from 42,665 cedis a bag to 47,678.54 cedis representing 12 per cent increase with effect from next Wednesday, January 19. This is as a resul

Cement demand higher in 2005

17 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Cement demand in Vietnam this year is estimated at 28.4Mt, 2.6Mt higher than in 2004. According to the Ministry of Construction, more than US$1.4 billion will be needed to develop the cement projects

Cement production increases 11.8%

17 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Bolivian cement production increased 11.8 per cent from January through November 2004 compared with the same period last year, according to the national statistics institute (INE). The sector produce

Downsizing the owner/driver fleet

14 January 2005, Published under Cement News

Cement Australia is planning to lift the number of directly employed truck drivers in NSW and Queensland, continuing the transport industry’s move away from the traditional owner-driver model.