Cement News tagged: Trading

Russia production in January-February 2005

06 April 2005, Published under Cement News

Russian cement producers have manufactured 4.6Mt of cement in January-February 2005, a 4.5 per cent rise versus the same period 2004. A rise of production in the cement industry exceeded than in the i

Century Bond targets Vietnam

06 April 2005, Published under Cement News

Century Bond Bhd (CBB) wants to position itself as a leading player in the Vietnamese packaging industry. Deputy managing director Loi Tuan Ee said for a start, the company planned to become a major s

Cement prices raised by up to Rs7 per bag

05 April 2005, Published under Cement News

Some leading cement companies in Pakistan have increased per bag price of their products by Rs 2.50 to Rs 7 in order to improve/maintain profit margins, a well-placed source told Daily

Czech firm looks at Vietnam project

05 April 2005, Published under Cement News

The Lamela Group hopes to build a US$400 million cement factory in the highlands province of Bac Can, making it the first Czech company to express an interest in investing in the

Aditya Birla FY 05 cement sales

Aditya Birla FY 05 cement sales

04 April 2005, Published under Cement News

India’s Aditya Birla group, which controls Grasim Industries Ltd and UltraTech Cement Co Saturday said its cement sales for the fiscal year ended March 2005, rose 5.44 per cent to

Vietnam to inspect price hike requests

01 April 2005, Published under Cement News

The Government has instructed the ministries of Trade, Finance and Industry to jointly inspect the Vietnam Coal Corp. (Vinacoal), Vietnam Steel Corp. (VSC) and Vietnam Cement

Cement prices seen to stabilise

Cement prices seen to stabilise

01 April 2005, Published under Cement News

Republic Cement Group of Companies forecast of stable cement prices in The Philippines for the first half of the year due to improved production efficiencies and favorable peso-dollar

Who to blame for higher prices?

29 March 2005, Published under Cement News

Importers of cement and major distributors of the local Nigerian production have been fingered as responsible for the latest increase in the retail price of the commodity. Nigerians

Cement prices spurt

29 March 2005, Published under Cement News

The price of cement in India increased by 9-9.5 per cent during Apr-Jan 2004-2005 compared to Apr-Jan 2003-3004 due to higher demand that was driven by infrastructure and

Egyptian cement output

29 March 2005, Published under Cement News

Egypt’s cement output fell to 1.849Mt in November 2004 from 2.352Mt in October 2004, the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) said in a report. Production of clinker inched up to 2.896Mt in

DTI probing high cement prices

23 March 2005, Published under Cement News

The Philippine Department of Trade and Industry has launched an investigation to determine whether the continuous increase in the prices of cement is justified. The move followed calls by Senator Manu

Cement prices soar to as high as P170/bag

22 March 2005, Published under Cement News

Philippine cement prices continue to rise, hitting as high as P170 per bag in the tiny province of Siquijor. According to the Department of Trade and Industry it is "closely coordinating with

Cement, steel prices now stable

21 March 2005, Published under Cement News

UAE steel and cement prices are stable, and off their recent highs, reported Gulf News. Cement is presently Dhs257 per tonne, down 15 per cent on four months ago. Steel is 10

Titan America plans cement terminal expansion

21 March 2005, Published under Cement News

Titan America LLC will spend US$15m adding to its cement terminal at the Port of Tampa, the company announced Friday. Titan plans to build a facility for slag grinding, in which the

Cement carrier detained again

18 March 2005, Published under Cement News

A cement carrier operated by Norway’s Kristian Gerhard Jebsen that was detained in the US for security failings on the first day the new law came into effect has been held again. The Danish-flag

Bulkcem Nigeria viewpoint

17 March 2005, Published under Cement News

The managing director and chief executive officer of Eastern Bulkcem company, Port Harcourt, Nigeria, Mr. Vincent Nehikdora has identified hostile business environment as the major factor militating a