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Mondi Paper Bags acquires two cement bag lines in Egypt

29 July 2020, Published under Cement News

Mondi Paper Bags, part of Mondi Group, a leading global packaging and paper manufacturer, has acquired two paper bag lines from Helwan Cement Co and InterCement Sacs, two major cement producers in Egypt. The acquired production lines will increase Mondi's capacity by approximately 60-80m bags annually and strengthen Mondi's position in the Middle Eastern bag market, particularly in supporting suppliers to the construction industry. "We are excited to have signed long-term supply agreements...

New owners for El Minya white cement

14 September 2018, Published under Cement News

This week CemNet reported that Helwan Cement's 1Mta white cement plant in Egypt's Minya governate is being sold to Emaar Industries Co of UAE, subject to regulatory approval. The transaction will take place following the demerger of the plant from Helwan Cement, which also operates 4.1.Mta of grey cement capacity. Entered into production in 1991, the plant produces two types of white cement – CEM I 52.5 and CEM II B-L 42.5N. Dubai-based Emaar Industries & Investments will be new to the E...

Helwan Cement to sell white cement plant

11 September 2018, Published under Cement News

Egypt’s Suez Cement has announced that its subsidiary, Helwan Cement Co, has entered into an agreement with Emaar Industries to sell its 1Mta white cement plant in Minya Governorate. The transaction is expected to take place after the facility is de-merged from Helwan Cement. The sale is part of the company’s restructuring strategy to improve its financial position.

Egypt: Suez Cement to boost Helwan productivity

06 March 2017, Published under Cement News

Chairperson of the Suez Cement Company, Omar Mohanna, has said that Suez Cement Company aims to boost productivity at Helwan Cement after completing its plan to convert the plant to run on coal. He added that the company aims to diversify energy sources to avoid the negative impacts of fuel price surges. The Suez Cement Company began using coal in its factories in Katameya and Suez, with plans in the pipeline to convert the Helwan and Torah kilns to gas firing.