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Mayur appoints CEO of Central Lime Project

21 August 2023, Published under Cement News

Mayur Resources Ltd of Papua New Guinea has appointed John McBride as CEO of the company’s Central Lime project. Mr McBride has extensive technical, operational and commercial experience in global materials companies. He was the CEO of Sibelco’s Lime Division and most recently president of APAC at lime company Graymont. Mayur’s Managing Director, Paul Mulder, said: "We are excited to have attracted talent of the calibre of John to lead our Central Lime Project. John’s industry, developmen...

PNG’s new plant prospects

14 June 2022, Published under Cement News

When Australia-based development company Mayur Resources discovered 382Mt of high-grade limestone resources adjacent to the ocean just 25km from Papua New Guinea’s capital Port Moresby in 2016, it was a moment of excitement. Since then, the company has been developing the Central Cement & Lime Manufacturing facility at Port Kido and, despite COVID-19 impacts, advances are being made and the prospects are promising. By Mayur Resources, Australia. Mayur Resources’ Central Cement & Lime ...

Nationbuilding in Papua New Guinea

12 October 2020, Published under Cement News

Mayur Resources is an ASX-listed company focussed on the development of natural resources in Papua New Guinea (PNG). As the company prepares to begin construction of the country’s first integrated cement and lime project next year, Tim Crossley, executive director of Mayur Resources, explains how the plant will have first-mover advantage to capture the growing domestic market as well as significant export market potential. Mayur Resources will build Papua New Guinea’s first integrated...

Mayur Resources has 20-year mining lease approved

19 August 2020, Published under Cement News

Mayur Resources' Central Cement & Lime Project (CCL) in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is a major step closer to development with the PNG Government announcing it has granted the project a 20-year mining lease.   This grant is the final statutory approval required to allow construction to begin on the vertically integrated manufacturing facility, which is 25km northwest of Port Moresby and has the potential to meet 100 per cent of PNG's cement, clinker and quicklime requirements, displacing Asian im...

PNG’s Mayur transformation

29 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Mayur Resources recently announced plans for the construction of Papua New Guinea’s first integrated cement and quicklime plant. Located 25km north of Port Moresby, the country’s capital, the facility will support the government’s programme to add value to the nation’s vast mineral wealth. By Mayur Resources, Australia. Mayur Resources’ new cement plant will reduce Papua New Guinea’s dependence on imports and lower domestic cement prices, supporting infrastructure development in th...