Cement News tagged: Trading

Bajil factory produces 360,000t in 2004

18 February 2005, Published under Cement News

The Bajil Cement Factory, Yemen produced 360,000t of cement last year, an increase of 110,000t over 2003. "It is first time the factory achieved such an increase since 1973," said factory general di

Cement users to resist hike in prices

17 February 2005, Published under Cement News

The Irish concrete industry is expected to fiercely resist an unwanted hike in the cement price which comes at a time when its own selling prices are under pressure. Three of the

Brunei: new cement import allowance

17 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Local contractors expressed their gratitude to the Government of His Majesty for allowing cement to be imported once again into this country, a move that the contractors believe would increase develop

Cemex buys local concrete makers

16 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Cemex Costa Rica has bought local concrete companies Durocret and BC de Heredia, local press reported. As part of its expansion and growth process that kicked off in the mid-1990s with the 95 per cen

Peru Domestic Cement Sales At 334,735t

Peru Domestic Cement Sales At 334,735t

16 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Peru’s cement sales in the domestic market decreased 0.84 per cent year-on-year in January 2005, to 334,735t, Peru’s cement makers association Asocem said on February 15, 2005. However, P

Demand for cement in the southern states rising

16 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Demand for cement in the southern states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh has increased sharply in the last two months on the back of higher offtake of the construction sector. The growth in demand in

Bagged cement price increases

Bagged cement price increases

15 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Cement companies in Pakistan have increased price by Rs5 per bag. According to cement dealers, Javedan Cement Company increased price of cement some days back and after that other companies also incre

Kuwait Cement to export 20,000t

14 February 2005, Published under Cement News

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Trade and Industry has allowed the local cement maker Kuwait Cement Company to export some 20,000t of cement over a six-month period, it was reported

Cargo Ship Freed off Barbers Point

14 February 2005, Published under Cement News

The cement ship grounded off Kalaeloa more than a week ago is finally free, but worries persist over whether it caused any damage to the reef. The MV Cape Flattery floated freely after three tug boats

Cement prices inching up, India

07 February 2005, Published under Cement News

The price of cement has gone up by Rs5-10 per 50-kilogram bag across the various regions. The trend is likely to continue till monsoon. However, the price rise is not likely to affect the

Yemen statistics

04 February 2005, Published under Cement News

The total sales of the Cement Manufacturing and Marketing Co. during 2004 reached 572,577t versus 302.577t last year. A company report also said that the production of Bajel

Cement to cost more in South India

04 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Major cement companies have hiked the price of cement in South India by Rs 8-10 for a 50 kg bag. In Tamil Nadu, the price hike was about Rs eight while in Kerala, the prices have been increased by an

Liberia’s CEMENCO waits for bagged cement

03 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Following persistent cries over the shortage and hike in the price of cement on the local Liberian market, the General Manager of CEMENCO, Mr. Pamod Gemawat, has disclosed that about 200,000 bags of c

Holcim faces strike action

02 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Holcim New Zealand is facing strike action by cement ship staff. Two of the three unions representing staff on the Milburn Carrier 2 and the Westport have given notice of strike action from next Tues

Mexico cement output rises 4 per cent in 2004

02 February 2005, Published under Cement News

Cement output in Mexico increased 4.35 per cent in 2004 from a year earlier as producers increased production to meet rising demand from government infrastructure projects and

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