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Fujian Ansha Jianfu Cement's plant to save US$1.24m per annum

03 September 2021, Published under Cement News

Citic Heavy Industries (CHI) recently completed a greenfield 4500tpd smart cement plant for Fujian Ansha Jianfu Cement in Yongan, Fujian, China. The US$136m project is a green and sustainable smart cement plant that is expected to deliver savings of US$1.2m per annum. The design is argued to push the boundaries of traditional design to achieve ‘process automation by design’, which delivers digitalisation technologies to large-scale equipment. CHI synchronised design construction, del...

Cambodia: work begins on Kampot cement plant

23 March 2016, Published under Cement News

Work started last weekend on Cambodia’s largest cement plant, which will be built in Kampot province with an investment of US$262m by Chip Mong Insee Cement. Chip Mong Insee is a joint venture with Thailand’s Siam City Cement and was formed in December 2012. The new plant will have a cement capacity of 5000tpd. Leang Khun, the president of Chip Mong Group, said during a ceremony at the site that the new works has been designed to international standards and will also utilise energy-saving ...

CITIC Heavy Industries Co wins Cambodian plant project

07 December 2015, Published under Cement News

Chip Mong Insee Cement, a unit of domestic conglomerate Chip Mong Group, has signed a partnership agreement with China’s CITIC Heavy Industries Co Ltd to build a US$262m cement plant in Kampot province, according to local media. Chip Mong Insee is a joint-venture with Thailand’s Siam City Cement Plc formed in December 2012. The plant will have the capacity to produce 5000tpd. Construction is slated to start next year. During the signing ceremony at the weekend in Phnom Penh, Aidan Lynam, ...

Chinese sign US$733m cement deals in Nigeria and Myanmar

13 December 2013, Published under Cement News

Sinoma and CITIC Heavy Industries have agreed deals worth US$733m to construct cement plants in Nigeria and Myanmar, respectively. Sinoma International Engineering Co Ltd, part of China National Materials Co Ltd, signed a US$536m contract with Nigeria’s Dangote Cement Plc, according to a Reuters report. Sinoma and Dangote will build two clinker cement production lines in Nigeria, each with a cement capacity of 6000tpd. Meanwhile, CITIC Heavy Industries is collaborating in Myanmar with a...