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Hungary levies excess-profit tax on construction material producers

12 July 2021, Published under Cement News

Hungary's government has levied a 90 per cent excess-profit tax on some producers of construction materials from 9 July, in an effort aimed at curbing surging prices. The tax applies to companies that produce cement and other materials, including plaster, chalk, gravel, sand, clay, lime and gypsum, with annual revenue of HUF3bn (US$10.02m) or more in 2019. It requires the companies to pay a 90 per cent "mining allowance" on the difference between revenue generated using their own prices a...

A TEC to install flash dryer at Királyegyháza Cement for alternative fuels

26 March 2021, Published under Cement News

To reduce the moisture content of the alternative fuel (RDF) for the kiln, Lafarge Cement Hungary Ltd (LafargeHolcim) has awarded A TEC a contract for the implementation of a new AF concept for the kiln front end at Királyegyháza, near Pécs, Hungary.   The system will enable the plant to feed two parallel AF streams simultaneously. A TEC will provide its innovative flash dryer where material will be dried using residual hot gas from the chlorine bypass system and a satellite burner for f...

CRH Magyarország Kft receives Domestic Product certification in Hungary

03 February 2021, Published under Cement News

CRH Magyarország Kft's concrete products have won Domestic Product certification in Hungary. The Domestic Product trademark is well-known and recognised among Hungarian consumers. Locally-manufactured products with at least 50 per cent Hungarian raw materials can apply for Domestic Product certification, which in addition to Hungarian origin, also represents reliable quality. CRH Magyarország, besides being a member of the international CRH Group, represents a significant local force in...

Belarus BUCE to facilitate exports to Hungary

10 June 2019, Published under Cement News

The Belarusian Universal Commodity Exchange (BUCE) is looking to facilitate exports of Belarusian construction materials to Hungary. A Belarusian delegation visited Budapest on 3-6 June to explore the possibility of exporting Belarusian construction materials to Hungary via the commodity exchange. Deputy Architecture and Construction Minister, Oleg Shvets, who headed up the delegation, the digital trade platform can ensure maximum transparency of the trading process and simplify the work...

Latest EPC kiln line upgrade project for Duna Drava

26 June 2018, Published under Cement News

The 2400tpd Duna Drava Cement clinker line in Vác, Hungary, has been successfully re-commissioned and put into production in April 2018. In less than two years, IKN completed the project on EPC basis. The main target of the project was to adapt the pyroprocessing line to enable the use of up to 100 per cent RDF in the calciner. The two lower cyclone stages were replaced, a complete new preheater tower with the inline calciner was erected, a new bypass system as well as a new static inl...

Duna-Dráva Cement completes plant renovation

22 May 2018, Published under Cement News

Duna-Dráva Cement Kft has announced that a HUF7bn (US$26.12m) project to improve sustainability at its facility in Vác, Hungary, has been completed. Construction work took place between 2016-18, with the newly-renovated plant inaugurated on 18 May. The project has been successful in significantly reducing dust emissions, according to the Budapest Business Journal. A new filter system ensures that dust is contained, even in a malfunction or power outage.

LafargeHolcim plant in Hungary wins gold World Prix d’Excellence

30 May 2017, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim’s Kiralyegyhaza cement plant in Hungary has received the World Prix d’Excellence 2017 from the International Real Estate Federation (FIABCI). The plant was awarded the World Gold Winner prize in the industrial buildings category for its outstanding environmental performance and the high architectural quality of the plant buildings, LafargeHolcim said in a statement. The FIABCI represents the world's real estate professions and its annual World Prix d’Excellence recognises state...

Cemex completes Austrian & Hungarian disposals

03 November 2015, Published under Cement News

Cemex announced yesterday that it has closed the sale of operations in Austria and Hungary to the Rohrdorfer Group for approximately EUR160.1m. The transaction was originally announced on 12 August 2015. The Austrian operations consist of 24 aggregate quarries (approximately 6.47Mt of aggregates sold in 2014) and 34 ready-mix plants (approximately 1.6Mm3 of ready-mix sold in 2014). Cemex's operations in Austria had net sales of approximately US$241m in 2014. The Hungarian operations consi...

Cemex announces divestment of operations in Austria, Hungary and Croatia

12 August 2015, Published under Cement News

Cemex announced today that it has signed an agreement for the sale of its operations in Austria and Hungary to the Rohrdorfer Group for approximately EUR160.1m. The Austrian operations consist of 24 aggregate quarries (approximately 6.47Mt of aggregates sold in 2014) and 34 ready-mix plants (approximately 1.60Mm 3 of ready-mix sold in 2014). Cemex’s operations in Austria had net sales of approximately US$241m in 2014. The Hungarian operations being divested consist of five aggregate qua...

Hungary: Magyarország plant invests in alternative fuels storage facility

30 December 2014, Published under Cement News

Lafarge Cement Magyarország opened a storage facility for waste that will be used to help fuel its plant in Királyegyháza, southwestern Hungary. The project, involving an investment of HUF700m (EUR2.2m), will be used to store plastic, rubber and  industrial and farm byproducts. Lafarge Cement Magyarország employs 130 people, and reported revenues of HUF8.3bn last year.