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Hungary's Talentis acquires Lukavac

03 January 2024, Published under Cement News

Hungary-based Talentis International Construction Investments kft has acquired Lukavac Cement dd for an undisclosed amount. Established in 1974, the Bosnian cement producer was previously owned by Asamer Baustoffe AG of Austria. It operates a 0.9Mta cement plant in Lukavac , near Tusla, northern Bosnia. Talentis is owned by Hungarian businessman and former politician Lorenz Meszaros.

Lukavac’s AF initiatives

14 September 2021, Published under Cement News

Since being privatised in 2001, the Lukavac cement plant in Bosnia-Herzegovina has seen a number of major investments. In more recent years, the focus has been on fine-tuning existing equipment to increase the plant’s share of alternative fuels usage to over 70 per cent. By Lukavac Cement, Bosnia-Herzegovina. Figure 1: KHD Humboldt Wedag five-stage cyclone preheater and A TEC Production & Service’s calciner and bypass system at the Lukavac plant The Lukavac cement plant i...

TCK sees 65% rise in profit

10 March 2021, Published under Cement News

Bosnia & Herzegovina’s Tvornica Cementa Kakanj (HeidelbergCement) has reported a 64.5 per cent YoY surge in net profit to BAM23.5m (US$14.29m) in 2020. The company’s operating revenues also advanced 23.4 per cent to BAM90.6m, while operating costs increased 59 per cent to BAM73.4m.

Tvornica Cementa Kakanj benefits from CEMTEC classifier upgrade

19 August 2020, Published under Cement News

A new cement classifier at Tvornica Cementa Kakanj (HeidelbergCement group) located in the heart of Bosnia and Herzegovina, has been in successful operation since 2019. The classifier was manifactured and installed by the Austrian-based company CEMTEC. A second generation CTC-110 separator, including classifier circuit equipment, such as a process fan, cyclones, feed transport and discharge equipment was also installed by the company. The plant was specifically designed to properly install...

Tvornica Cementa Kakanj posts net profit surge in 1H

31 July 2020, Published under Cement News

Bosnian cement company Tvornica Cementa Kakanj (TCK) more than doubled its net profit to BAM11.6m (US$7m) in the first half of 2020 from BAM5.3m in the 1H19. The company’s operating revenue advanced 30 per cent YoY to BAM41.8m in the 1H20 with operating costs rising 10.7 per cent to BAM29.7m according to TCK’s report to the Sarajevo Stock Exchange.

TCK announces 42% fall in net profit

24 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Bosnia's Tvornica Cementa Kakanj (TCK) has announced that its net profit fell 42 per cent YoY to BAM5.3m (US$3m) for the 1H19, compared with BAM9.1m in the year-ago period. Operating revenue decreased 9.7 per cent to BAM32.2m in the first six months of the year, while operating costs rose 0.8 per cent to BAM26.8m.

Lukavac Cement reports 11% net profit decrease in 1H18

22 August 2018, Published under Cement News

Bosnia and Herzegovina's Lukavac Cement has reported a 11.1 per cent YoY fall in its 1H18 net profit, decreasing to BAM3.2m (US$1.9m) from BAM3.6m. Operating income dropped 2.7 per cent to BAM27.9m in the first half of the year, while operating costs decreased 3.4 per cent to BAM24.2m.

Bosnia’s Banovici plans 1.1Mta cement plant

21 June 2018, Published under Cement News

Bosnian state-controlled brown coal mine Banovici and the Federation’s privatisation agency will shortly seek a strategic partner for the construction of a cement plant at the coal mine. The project represents an investment of EUR250m (US$290m). Banovici has already obtained the required documents and secured an environmental permit with works expected to start in 2019, according to local news service Ekapija. The cement plant is estimated to have an output of 1.1Mta with product to b...

Asamer Baustoffe seeks buyout bid for Fabrika Cementa Lukavac

09 May 2018, Published under Cement News

Austria's Asamer Baustoffe is launching a buyout bid for Bosnia-Herzegovina-based Fabrika Cementa Lukavac, following a notice posted with the Sarajevo bourse on Tuesday, reports SeeNews. Asamer Baustoffe AG currently holds a 99.3 per cent in Fabrika Cementa Lukavac, while the remainder is in the hands of physical entities.

Bosnia’s TCK sees 1H net profit edge up

28 July 2017, Published under Cement News

Bosnian cement producer Tvornica Cementa Kakanj (TCK) reported a modest rise in 1H net profit to BAM7.2m (US$4.3m) from BAM7.1m a year earlier. The company’s operating revenue rose 8.8 per cent YoYto BAM32.2m in the January-June period, while operating costs expanded to BAM25m from BAM22.4m in 1H16. TCK is majority-owned by Dutch-based CEEM Investment, which is part of Germany's HeidelbergCement.