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LafargeHolcim 4Q20 regional results see net sales of CHF5994m

26 February 2021, Published under Cement News

Group net sales for the 4Q20 totalled CHF5994m (US$6628m), down 8.1 per cent from CHF6521m in the 4Q19. In the 4Q20 LafargeHolcim recorded cement sales of 51.2Mt, slipping 0.5 per cent from 51.5Mt in the 4Q19. Aggregate sales decreased to 65.8Mt in the 4Q20, down 2.5 per cent from 67.5Mt in the 4Q19. Ready-mix sales reached 11.3Mm 3 in the 4Q20, a decline of 2.4 per cent from 11.6Mm 3 in the 4Q19.   The company also reported on its results for the full-year 2020 , which saw a 5.6...

Pacific Cement to import cement from Vietnam

03 August 2017, Published under Cement News

Pacific Cement Ltd (PCL) is to import 25,000t of cement from Vietnam to address shortages on the island of Fiji. Market demand continues to be higher than the output of Fiji’s two cement producers, PCL and Tengy Cement Ltd. PCL director, Nouzab Fareed, told the Fiji Sun Online that the imports are expected to arrive later this month. “The cost of import is almost the same as our selling price, so we might not get any profit out of this exercise, but we want to make sure that the markets ...

Green cement volumes to rise at a CARG of 7.6% up to 2024

06 September 2016, Published under Cement News

According to report published by Grand View Research, global green cement market is expected to reach US$37.76bn by 2024. Growing awareness regarding reduction in carbon emissions and its detrimental effect on the environment will fuel market growth. The commercial sector will be the fastest-growing green cement market and is expected to witness volume growth at a CAGR of 7.6 per cent from 2016 to 2024 as a result of its increasing application in commercial establishments such as office ...

Holcim Awards 2014 winners for Asia Pacific

14 November 2014, Published under Cement News

The winning projects of the Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific have been announced in Jakarta, Indonesia, with a bird sanctuary in Thailand, a locally-adapted orphanage in Nepal and a community library in Sri Lanka received the top prizes. "The winning submissions demonstrate the development of multi-disciplinary responses to the challenges facing design and building," Holcim said in a statement. Protective Wing: a bird sanctuary in northern Thailand that serves as both an educational...