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Repeat Siwertell road-mobile unloader order in less than three months

14 March 2014, Published under Cement News

Turkish construction services company Mussa Insaat Dis Ticaret Ltd of Istanbul has ordered two road-mobile Siwertell 10 000 S cement unloaders from Cargotec in less than three months. The trailer based, diesel powered units will have a rated discharge capacity of 300tph and are scheduled for delivery in mid-May 2014 and late August 2014. "A second order, within two months of the first, is a significant vote of confidence for the operational advantages delivered by Siwertell mobile unloade...

Cargotec wins Libyan cement handling order

07 February 2014, Published under Cement News

Turkish construction services company Mussa Insaat Dis Ticaret Ltd of Istanbul has placed an order with Cargotec for a standard road-mobile Siwertell 10 000 S cement unloader. The trailer based, diesel powered unit will have a rated discharge capacity of 300tph and is scheduled for delivery in mid-May. "While the unloader's primary location will be in the western part of Libya, our customer is planning to use it for cement unloading operations at several sites along the Libyan coast," said ...

Fabrika Cementa Lukavac to export to Libya

26 September 2013, Published under Cement News

Bosnia-based cement producer Fabrika Cementa Lukavac is set to export 30,000t of cement to Libya by the end of the year, local media said on Wednesday. The first two trains with 1258t of cement are on the way to the final destination, with 4500-5000t in total to be sent this week, news portal eKapija.ba said. The cement will be delivered with trains through Bosnia and Croatia and then via Croatia’s port Luka Ploce to the northern African country. It seems likely that consumption in Li...

Exports to Libya increase value of Egyptian exports

16 October 2012, Published under Cement News

A rise in exports to Libya have driven an increase in the value of Egyptian exports in September 2012 on annual basis for the first time in six months. According to the latest release from the Industry and Commerce on Monday said the increase in the value of construction materials from EGP2.8bn in September 2011 to EGP4.8bn in September 2012 drove the spike. The total value of all Egyptian exports reached EGP11.7bn (US$1.9bn) in September 2012 versus EGP10.17bn in the same month last ...

Lebanon demand falls, brighter times anticipated

22 June 2012, Published under Cement News

Despite a slowdown in current market activity, a bright future lies ahead for Lebanon’s cement industry, according to the chief of one the country's leading producers. Speaking, to The Daily Star, Pierre Doumet, CEO of Cimenterie National, admitted that domestic consumption has been falling as well as demand from export markets due to regional instability and eurozone economic concerns. “We expect the demand on the local market to recede by at least 15 per cent,” he said, noting that e...