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Pikalevskiy Cement to produce higher-quality cement

13 October 2015, Published under Cement News

Mikhail Skorokhod, president of Eurocement Group, visited Pikalevskiy Cement plant where a new dry-process line is being constructed.The project is part of ongoing modernisation efforts at Eurocement's cement works. Eurocement Group is currently actively pursuing opportunities to expand its sales area, including the supply of clinker for export. As a result, Pikalevskiy's technical engineers have improved the indicators of clinker quality in recent months. The president has set the...

Pikalevskiy Cement registers strong rise in monthly output, Russia

24 December 2013, Published under Cement News

JSC Pikalevskiy Cement, part of the Eurocement Group, has reported strong increases in cement and clinker output during November. The company produced 135,100t of cement and 128,200t of clinker, an advance of 34.9 and 48.6 per cent, respectively, on the same month of the previous year. Sales also increased by 31.2 per cent YoY in November 2013 to 130,180t. The company highlighted that there has also been a 15 per cent increase in the amount of CEM I/A-Sh 32.5 B and PTs 500 DO N cement type...

Pikalevskiy Cement surpasses production target, Russia

15 March 2012, Published under Cement News

Russian cement producer, Pikalevskiy Cement, part of the Eurocement group, produced 86,710t of cement in February – 0.5 per cent above its target. Meanwhile, cement shipments for the month totalled 88,915t, 2.7 per cent above the target plan.

Pikalevskiy Cement production rises, Russia

18 January 2012, Published under Cement News

Russia-based producer Pikalevskiy Cement reported a rise in cement production of three per cent in 2011 to 1.78Mt, SKRIN newswire reports. The company, which operates in the Leningrad region and is part of the Eurocement Group, said clinker production amounted to 1.55Mt, up 12.2 per cent on 2010 figures. Shipments for last year reached 1.78Mt, a YoY increase of 3.8 per cent.