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New plant investments in Zimbabwe

31 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Livetouch Investments is set to invest around US$15m towards the construction of a cement plant in Hwange, Zimbabwe. Sino-Zimbabwe Cement Co is also planning to set up a plant in a similar location, according to The Sunday News. Livetouch is reportedly at an advanced stage of obtaining an Environmental Impact Assessment certificate. The location of the plant is due to its close proximity to a coal source. Elsewhere, Ndumiso Mdlalose, local board town secretary for Hwange, confirmed tha...

Livetouch Investments plans new US$30m plant in Zimbabwe

27 March 2019, Published under Cement News

Livetouch Investments has announced plans to invest US$30m for a new plant in Hwange, Zimbabwe. The facility is expected to be set up by the end of the year and would run alongside the company’s other plant in the area, which was inaugurated in 2017 . "Our medium-term plan is to put another plant in the Hwange area, which will produce 100,000t of cement per year. We are expecting to commit US$30m into this project," said Dongning Wang, CEO, in an interview with NewsDay. The Chinese compa...

Livetouch Investments starts production at Redcliff plant

30 October 2017, Published under Cement News

Livetouch Investments has commenced cement production at its 410,000tpa capacity plant in Redcliff, Zimbabwe, a senior company executive said. Managing director Dongning Wang told The Sunday Mail Business that the US$34m plant had started operations and has the second biggest production capacity of all local cement producers. Livetouch’s production is currently being distributed to potential customers to give the potential consumers a feel of the quality of the products. "This is o...

New Zimbabwe plant begins production

03 April 2017, Published under Cement News

Chinese company Livetouch Investments, has started production at its 400,000tpa capacity plant in Redcliff, Zimbabwe.   Construction of the plant is part of Phase One of the company’s project. Managing director and co-shareholder Dongning Wang told The Herald Business (Zimbabwe) that the plant had started operations at 70 per cent of its capacity on a trial basis.   The plant uses slag from the nearby ZISCO steel plant at Kwekwe.