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Krasnoyarsk’s burner exchange

24 February 2020, Published under Cement News

The burner system of Line 5 at the Krasnoyarsk cement plant in Siberia has been retrofitted from a direct-firing to a state-of-the-art indirect-firing system, courtesy of KHD Humboldt Wedag. The burner exchange project, primarily implemented to meet tighter emission regulations, yields further potential benefits for this wet-process plant. By Vladimir Afanasin, Krasnoyarskiy Cement, Russia, Victor Kravchenko, Sibcemstroi, Russia, and Alex Knoch and Wilhelm Wenzel, KHD Humboldt Wedag, Germany...

Siberian Cement sees 2% rise in production for 1H19

17 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Russia’s Siberian Cement has announced that its enterprises produced over 1.455Mt of cement in the first six months of 2019, an increase of two per cent YoY. Its subsidiaries have also reported their results for the January-June 2019 period. Topkinsky Cement produced 1Mt (up four per cent YoY), Krasnoyarsky Cement produced 288,900t (down 11 per cent) and Timlyuy Cement manufactured 164,500t (up 18 per cent).

Sibirskiy Cement production stable in 1Q18

30 April 2018, Published under Cement News

Russia’s Sibirskiy Cement produced 473,500t of cement in January-March 2018, maintaining a stable output when compared with the equivalent period of the previous year, according to Esmerk Russian News. Topkinskiy Cement produced 320,100t of cement, Krasnoyarsk Cement 126,800t and Timluysky Cement 26,500t. Analysts reported that cement demand in Siberia fell 2.6 per cent YoY to 670,000t in the first quarter of 2018. Gennadiy Rasskazov, first vice-president of Sibirskiy Cement, expects a...

SibCem unit sees full-year output ahead, Russia

30 December 2014, Published under Cement News

Output at Krasnoyarsk Cement, part of Siberian Cement (SibCem), is expected to have edged ahead by 1.32 per cent YoY to 922,000t in 2014 versus the 910,000t produced a year earlier. Krasnoyarsk Cement has been undertaking a modernisation programme to increase capacity and enhance environmental performance. At the heart of the project is the launch of a new dry-process line to double capacity at the factory.