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HeidelbergCement buys 50% share in CBI

20 May 2022, Published under Cement News

HeidelbergCement has signed an agreement to acquire 50 per cent of shares of and invest into Continental Blue Investment SA (CBI) who controls the Ghanaian cement producer CBI Ghana .     With this step, the HeidelbergCement will take part in the construction of the world’s largest flash calciner. In addition, HeidelbergCement will strengthen its presence in Ghana through CBI’s cement grinding operations. The joint venture partners are committed to exploring additional calcined cl...

Calcined clays: making a global impact

01 April 2022, Published under Cement News

This week FLSmidth announced that it would be supporting the largest calcined clay installation in the world in Ghana for CBI Ghana at its Accra plant. It is a good time to look at how many of these calcined clay projects are now underway and how much investment is being placed in this carbon reduction technology. CBI Ghana's project instantly excites because it is billed as currently the largest calcined clay project in the cement industry. The grinding capacity will increase by 120 per ...

FLSmidth to supply World's largest calcined clay installation

31 March 2022, Published under Cement News

FLSmidth has won an order to supply CBI Ghana Ltd’s cement plant outside of Accra in southern Ghana with the world’s largest clay calcination installation. The facility will include the world’s largest gas suspension calciner system and a complete grinding station, adding another 120 per cent grinding capacity. Together with the new grinding station, the Swiss-owned company expects both financial and environmental return-on-investment from lower specific CO 2 emissions, energy- and f...

President of Ghana to lay foundation stone for new plant

14 August 2017, Published under Cement News

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of Ghana will tomorrow lay the foundation stone a new grinding plant for CBI Ghana at the Tema Free Zones Enclave. When complete, the CBI Ghana plant will produce premium cement under the brand name, Supacem. "We intend to produce and supply high-quality Supacem cement to Ghanaian builders and stabilise cement supply for all required grades in Ghana,” Managing Director, Frédéric Albrecht, told the Business and Financial Times. Supacem will launch w...