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Royal Cement Benelux to distribute cement from Schiedam port

03 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Royal Cement Benelux, part of Royal El Minya Cement and the Sesco Group, one of the largest providers of white cement in the world, announced that it has acquired a new 18,500m 2 facility in the port of Schiedam in The Netherlands. The port of Schiedam is part of the Port of Rotterdam. The new facility, which includes 13,500m 2 combined office, storage and operating space, will be the company's second European location. Available on the premises is 160 M1 Quay, which can receive ships up ...

Bataan terminal to open before year-end

03 October 2019, Published under Cement News

Phinma Corp subsidiary Philcement Corp has stated that its PHP800m (US$15.4m) cement terminal in  Bataan will be opened before the end of the year. Phinma is using Philcement as its vehicle for its cement industry comeback in a move to contribute significantly to the growing demand for reliable and quality cement and construction materials in the Philippines. Philcement President and Chief Executive Officer, Eduardo Sahagun, said the new terminal, "will be a meaningful part of Phinma’s...

Alaskan cement terminal approved

02 August 2019, Published under Cement News

The Anchorage Assembly has approved funding to rebuild the city of Anchorage's docks at a cost of US$42.1m for the first phase of a US$200m programme that will see a petroleum and cement terminal at the city-owned port in Alaska, USA. The first phase of development is being implemented by Seattle-based Pacific Pile and Marine. The port's cement business is mainly carried out by Alaska Basic Industries, which is a primary cement distributor in Alaska, USA.

Phinma Corp will bring panamax vessels to Mariveles Terminal

18 April 2018, Published under Cement News

The Phinma group will invest PHP500-700m (US$9.5-13.4m) on its Bataan cement terminal in Philippines. The Mariveles cement terminal will be ideal for large panamax vessels and is set from completion in May 2019. "In the meantime, we're already beginning to import," said Phinma Corporation president and CEO, Ramon Del Rosario Jr. "I think we already brought in the first four shipments of two million bags." The aim is to supply only the domestic market at this stage. "Initially, that's ...

PT Indocement

22 February 2018, Published under Cement News

PT Indocement’s new cement terminal in Palembang, Sumatra, is in the final stages of construction and on schedule for commissioning in March this year, according to the company. The terminal will be able to handle 1Mta of cement and is expected to start contributing to the cement producer’s earnings immediately. Indocement hopes the new facility will boost the company’s sales on the island, which is the second-largest in Indonesia. According to data from the Indonesian Cement Associati...

McInnis Cement breaks ground on US cement terminal

10 August 2016, Published under Cement News

McInnis Cement officially broke ground at the new cement company's first US terminal in the Port of Providence. The overall cost of the project is expected to reach US$22m when completed by year-end. Construction will begin shortly on the existing ProvPort warehouse, which will be transformed into a world-class receiving and storing facility. McInnis Cement will also build a modern rail and truck station for loading purposes. “We are proud to commence construction of our first terminal in ...

UK: new Ecocem cement terminal opened

20 April 2016, Published under Cement News

Ecocem, a Dublin-based cement producer, has opened its first UK bulk import terminal along the Manchester Ship Canal, built in partnership with Peel Ports at Runcorn. The new bulk import facility on a one-acre plot will handle cement from Ecocem’s production facility in Dublin Port. From the Runcorn site, it will be processed and transported direct to UK construction projects via road, rail and water. Conor O’Riain, managing director of Ecocem Ireland, said: “We’ve invested in state of...

Indonesia: groundbreaking of Bosowa cement port

27 December 2013, Published under Cement News

Indonesia’s Chief Economic Minister, Hatta Rajasa, inaugurated the groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of the Bosowa cement packing terminal and port in Barru, South Sulawesi, on 26 December. The project includes a jetty for clinker shipments, a pier for ships or barges, a pier for small vessels dispatching cement, a cement packing terminal and cement storage facilities. Hatta said the construction of the port and related facilities, a IDR700bn investment, would not only support Bos...