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Mohir Cement plans new 0.6Mta plant in Tajikistan

28 May 2019, Published under Cement News

Tajikistan’s Mohir Cement Co has announced plans to construct a new 0.6Mta cement plant in Jaloliddin Balkhi district, Khatlon. An estimated US$30m is expected to be spent on construction, according to the company’s draft investment agreement with the government of Tajikistan. All equipment, transport vehicles and materials imported by the investor for the project are reportedly exempt from customs duties and value-added tax. The company is also currently working with Chinese investors t...

Tajikistan reports 30% increase in exports

29 November 2018, Published under Cement News

Tajikistan exported 1.1Mt of cement to neighbouring countries in the first 10 months of 2018, an increase of 30 per cent compared to the year-ago period, according to the Ministry of Industry and New Technologies (MoINT). In the 10M18, the country exported 670,000t to Uzbekistan, 423,000t to Afghanistan and 80,000t to Kyrgyzstan. Tajik-Chinese joint ventures Chzhungtsai Mohir Cement, Huaxin Gayur Cement and Huaxin Gayur Sughd Cement reportedly accounted for 38.5 per cent, 32.6 per cent an...

Tajikistan: Chzhungtsai Mohir Cement plant opened

25 August 2016, Published under Cement News

The Chzungtsai Mohir Cement cement plant has been officially opened by Emomali Rahmon, the President of Tajikistan, Asia Plus reports. The 1.2Mta plant is the second to be built in Yovon district, situated about 30km southeast of the capital, Dushanbe. Due to foreign investment into plants such as these, Tajikistan has gone from being a net importer to exporting cement. In the six months to the end of June 2016, the country produced 0.87Mt of cement, of which 0.2Mt was exported to Afgh...

Tajikistan: new plant due for commissioning

03 August 2016, Published under Cement News

According to the Tajikistan Ministry of Industry and New Technologies, a new 1.2Mta cement plant will be brought into operation in the Yovon district, Khatlon province, this month. Jung-Tsai Mohir Cement Ltd and the government of Tajikistan signed an investment agreement for the construction of the plant, with works beginning two years ago. According to an official source, the total cost of the project is US$120m. Tajikistan’s production capacity now meets local demand and is even able...