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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...