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GICA exports 15,000t of clinker to Côte d’Ivoire

26 April 2019, Published under Cement News

GICA has carried out a further shipment of clinker to Côte d’Ivoire, according to Samir Setiti, president and CEO of GICA subsidiary Sodismac. A consignment of 15,000t of clinker, produced in GICA’s Beni Safi (Aïn Témouchent) works, has left the port of Ghaza. Since May 2018 GICA has carried out around 15 export shipments from various Algerian ports. More than 0.5Mt of clinker have been shipped to Europe while at present west Africa is a key export market for the company.

Dangote Cement

24 April 2019, Published under Cement News

Cement prices in Ghana have risen for the second time in two months with producers in the country blaming the latest increase in the depreciation of the Ghanaian cedi. Dangote Cement has increased its 42.5 grade product from GHS32.55 (US$6.36)/bag to GHS35.55/bag. The currency crisis is also being blamed for a 20 per cent rise in the price of bread in the country and an uptick in fuel prices at filling stations across Ghana.  Meanwhile, construction of Dangote’s 3Mta cement plant near Abi...

Intercem to supply new Kamsar grinding plant

13 February 2019, Published under Cement News

Following the successfully-finished projects in Côte d'Ivoire and Burkina Faso, Intercem Engineering has been granted a new order in west Africa from Les Cimenteries de la Basse-Guinée for a 500,000tpa cement grinding plant including raw material shed, hopper station, packing plant and truck loading station in Kamsar, Guinea. Intercem sign agreement for a new grinding plant with Les Cimenteries de la Basse-Guinée The contract includes the raw material storage with a capaci...

Algeria steps up exports

24 October 2018, Published under Cement News

GICA, LafargeHolcim and Biskria are expected to export 0.5Mta of cement and clinker from Algeria by the end of 2018 – mainly via the port of Djendjen, according to Abdesselem Bouab, general manager of the port. Since May, GICA has completed three export deliveries for a total of 110,000t of cement. The company’s total contract totals 200,000t and represents a value of over US$4m. In the near future, GICA is planning up to 2Mt. LafargeHolcim exported 100,000t of clinker and 16,700t of cem...

LafargeHolcim Côte d'Ivoire releases Bélier SuperBric cement

29 August 2018, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim Côte d'Ivoire has released a new poduct called Bélier SuperBric cement, which the company claims allows quick drying of bricks in just 24 hours. Halving the time usually required to dry bricks and with a strength of 52.5N, SuperBric is the strongest cement in the country. Laboratory tests have also found the product more economical than cement brands of 42.5N, as the cement bag can also be used. Bélier SuperBric has also been introduced on the occasion of LafargeHolcim Côt...

PPC considers expansion and possible sell-off in DR Congo

09 April 2018, Published under Cement News

PPC Ltd's Chief Executive Officer, Johann Claassen, has vowed to boost liquidity and extend debt maturity and he's eyeing future expansion for the company in east and west Africa. New investment would follow a ZAR12bn (US$995m) outlay on five plants in the past five years, which took PPC into countries such as Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo. All are now in operation and generating cash, said Mr Claassen, allowing the company to consider new facilities. "We had to ste...

Bélier brand is voted best product of the year

09 April 2018, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim Côte d'Ivoire's Bélier cement brand has been voted best product of the year. This recognition was bestowed by the Label of the African Consumers in the presence of Mr Souleymane Diarrassouba, Minister of Commerce, Crafts and the Promotion of the SME. This distinction comes after a five-month satisfaction survey of 14,000 consumers. Ciment Bélier was the top choice among Ivorian consumers, especially for its quality/price ratio, its ease of use and its durability. The packagi...

InterCem Engineering receives new Sea Invest order

13 March 2018, Published under Cement News

Having completed and successfully commissioned the ship unloading system for Sea Invest in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, in the 4Q17, InterCem Engineering GmbH has been awarded the EPC contract for Sea Invest's expansion project of the existing ship unloading system at Cimaf's grinding plant in San Pedro, Côte d'Ivoire. The contract was agreed by Cimaf Vice President in San Pedro, Malik Sefrioui, and InterCem's General Manager, Olaf Michelswirth. The order includes a 3D scan of the existing sys...

Sea Invest ship unloading system commissioned

13 March 2018, Published under Cement News

  InterCem Engineering GmbH completed in the 4Q17 the delivery of trough belt conveyors and all related components as well as the transfer tower to Cim Ivoire’s facilities in the port of Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire.  Following the order received in 2016, Intercem’s scope of supply consisted of piling, foundation works, steel construction, cladding of the building, roofing of the belt bridges, necessary filters and chutes to the electrical equipment, installation and commissioning of the trou...

LH Côte d'Ivoire implements new dust control measures

17 August 2017, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim Côte d'Ivoire has put in place a dust control measures to reduce the environmental impact of the Treichville cement plant in Abidjan's port as part of the company's wider health and safety efforts. The project involves increasing the number of dust removal filters at the plant. In total 42 filters have been installed, involving an investment of approximately XOF693m (US$1.2m). Additional investments include probes to monitor the level of silos to avoid material spill...