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Limak Cement introduces printable mortar series for 3D concrete printers

11 October 2023, Published under Cement News

Turkey-based Limak Cement has introduced LimakCement 3DC-101, the first, lower-carbon product of its innovative printable mortar series suitable for 3D concrete printers at Cemtech Europe 2023 – Decarbonising the cement industry , the conference organised by International Cement Review and supported by TÜRKCIMENTO currently taking place in Istanbul, Turkey. Limak Cement has successfully designed LimakCement 3DC-101, which is a unique and environmentally friendly mortar mixture suitable ...

Cemtech Europe opens in Istanbul: Turkey prepares to launch domestic ETS

10 October 2023, Published under Cement News

Cemtech Europe 2023 , the leading cement industry conference in Europe organised by International Cement Review , has opened in Istanbul, welcoming over 300 delegates from 40 countries.     Welcoming delegates to the conference, Volkan Bozay, CEO of the Turkish Cement Manufacturers Association, TÜRKÇİMENTO, highlighted the strengths of the domestic industry, which now includes 120Mta of clinker capacity and is ranked as the fifth-largest industry worldwide. Mr Bozay acknowledged the earthq...

Limak Cement launches Triple Transformation Project at Cemtech Europe 2023

10 October 2023, Published under Cement News

Turkish cement producer Limak Cement has launched its Triple Transformation Project (TTP) at Cemtech Europe 2023 – Decarbonising the cement industry , the conference organised by International Cement Review and supported by TÜRKCIMENTO. The company’s most important project to achieve net zero emission, the TTP is supported by the twin transition approach leveraged by the Federal Centre of Excellence (LCoEdx) and Green Data Center Projects in the global cement industry. Limak Cement...

Limak Cement addresses Turkey's "Green Transformation"

16 June 2023, Published under Cement News

Limak Cement 's new business platforms will be “the most important catalyst in the Green Transformation," said Limak’s CEO, Erkam Kocakerim, speaking at the ‘Climate Change Summit: Green Transformation’ held in Istanbul, Turkey, on 14 June 2023. In the first such gathering following the formation of the government, more than 200 top business executives and bankers, some of them from the most carbon-intensive sectors of the economy, gathered to exchange views on the efforts needed to ensure ...

Limak Cement Group has carbon footprint report independently verified

22 July 2022, Published under Cement News

Limak Cement Group ’s Anka plant broke new ground in the Turkish cement industry and became the first cement factory with a verified carbon footprint report.   The cement factory in Anka , Turkey, has been awarded a certificate as the first cement factory whose 14064-1:2018 carbon footprint report has been verified by Emicert and QSI, which are accredited in the cement industry.

New-look Limak Anka

27 January 2020, Published under Cement News

The new-look Limak Anka integrated cement plant in Ankara, Turkey, was launched with modern production technologies and minimal environmental impact in mind. By employing the latest-generation equipment, optimising performance and applying industry best practice, the plant’s fresh approach has led to an exemplary track record in terms of meeting national and international standards. By Limak Cement Group, Turkey. The state-of-the-art Limak Anka integrated works in Turkey has a cement ...

Mozambique is on course to more than double its cement capacity

14 July 2016, Published under Cement News

Three new factories are due to open before the end of the year in Mozambique as the country's cement capacity is expanded from just over 2Mta to around 5.3Mta. Greenfield plants are being built by CIF-Moz, owned by the China International Fund, and Limak Cement of Turkey, in the southern province of Maputo. Meanwhile, Fabrica Cimentos de Cabo Delgado is establishing a new plant in the north of the country. The  job now is to protect the rapidly-developing industry. At the end of Jun...

Limak plans EUR1bn Africa spending spree

18 December 2015, Published under Cement News

Turkey's Limak Cement is currently in talks to acquire African cement operations to the value of EUR1bn, according to senior executive quoted by Reuters. While there was no certainty that the deal would go ahead, the Turkish cement producer has reportedly signed a confidentiality agreement relating to the acquisition from an international cement company. "A global cement firm is considering selling its facilities in three African countries... We are seriously interested and have signed a c...