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Ukrainian court dismisses claim to cancel anti-dumping duties

14 January 2021, Published under Cement News

Ukraine’s District Administrative Court of Kyiv has reportedly dismissed the claim of the managing company of Belarusian Cement Co and its local importers regarding the cancellation of anti-dumping duties on cement imports into Ukraine, established by the Interdepartmental Commission on International Trade in May 2019. The news was reported by the Ilyashev & Partners Law Firm, which represents the interests of third parties in the case. "The court recognised the need to protect the violated...

Angarskiy Cement Co begins work to improve energy supply

31 December 2020, Published under Cement News

Russia’s Angarskiy Cement Co, part of Siberian Cement Co, has begun works to improve its energy supply. As such, it has started the construction of a 335m cable overpass from its Tsemzavod substation to a transformer substation. The construction of the cable overpass is necessary for the restoration of the transformer substation, as its electrical equipment has reached end of life. The main part of the project is expected to be completed in February 2021 and commercial operation is schedul...

Shchurovsky Cement celebrates 150 years

15 December 2020, Published under Cement News

Part of LafargeHolcim Russia, this year Shchurovsky Cement’s plant in Kolomna is celebrating 150 years of cement production. Over its long history the integrated works has invested in continuous improvements to enhance efficiency, capacity and environmental peformance, and to help build modern Russia. By LafargeHolcim Russia, Russia. Shchurovsky Cement has come a long way since its early production of around 1424tpa of cement and today has a capacity of over 2Mta In 1870 G...

Iskitim Cement produces 684,000t in the 8M20

02 October 2020, Published under Cement News

Russia’s Iskitim Cement (Sibcem) produced 684,000t of cement in the first eight months of 2020, down 13 per cent compared to the target of the company. By late 2020, the company is expected to reach 90 per cent of its targeted volume for the year. Managing Director of Iskitimtsement, Vladimir Skakun, noted that the decline in production volumes was influenced by the suspension of all construction projects due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Russia transports 11.18Mt of cement by rail in 1H20

16 July 2020, Published under Cement News

In the first half of 2020, Russia’s cement producers shipped 11.18Mt of cement by rail, a 9.7 per cent decline YoY. Eurocement’s plants accounted for 37.5 per cent of the shipments, largely consistent with 37.7 per cent in the 1H19. As such, Mordovcement transported the most cement by rail (1.14Mt, -19.3 per cent). It was followed by Topki Cement (794,700t, -2.9 per cent) and Sebryakovcement (758,400t, -5.7 per cent). Rounding off the top five were South Ural Mining and Processing Co (748...

Siberian Cement plants increase 1H output 4%

15 July 2020, Published under Cement News

In the first half of 2020 Siberian Cement (Sibcem) produced 2.2Mt of cement, representing a four per cent YoY increase. Topkinsky Cement’s output rose by one per cent to 1Mt, while Iskitimcement increased its production by eight per cent to 453,800t. Production from Angarskcement was up nine per cent to 288,700t and TimlyuyCement output remained stable at 165,100t. “For the cement industry, however, as for many other industries, the first half of 2020 turned out to be a difficult period. I...

SLK Cement unifies assets

10 July 2020, Published under Cement News

Dyckerhoff Korkino Cement has completed its merger with SLK Cement, as part of parent company Buzzi Unicem’s reorganisation of its Russian assets under the unified SLK Cement brand. According to SLK Cement’s CEO, Andrey Immoreev, the company will continue to improve its production process, product and client service. SLK Cement currently includes the subsidiaries of Sukholozhskcement, Omsk and Korkino Cement as well as the CemTrans transport company. The company supplies its products mai...

Russia picks up the pace

27 April 2020, Published under Cement News

Following a stagnation of the Russian cement market in recent years, domestic cement producers are expected to see moderate growth in demand in 2020. However, as the government ramps up its national construction projects, market expansion is forecast to accelerate from 2021 onwards. By Alexey Semenov, GS-Expert LLC, Russia. While office construction was down in 2019, other construction markets offset the segment’s decline, resulting in an expanding non-residential construction s...

Teploozersky Cement completes kiln maintenance project

03 April 2020, Published under Cement News

Russia’s Teploozersky Cement (Vostok Cement), based in the Far Eastern district, has completed the scheduled maintenance of its No 3 rotary kiln. Work on the  kiln was focussed on correcting the position of the furnace units and repair. In addition, worn sections of the lining were corrected and operations have now resumed. The plant is currently completing the repair of Kiln 1.

Chechencement to reach full capacity in 2020

18 March 2020, Published under Cement News

Chechencement in Russia’s Republic of Chechnya increased its production capacity by 34 per cent to 0.64Mta in 2019. It is expected to nearly double its output in 2020 to reach 1.2Mta, driving a 2.2 per cent increase in the republic industrial output, according to its economics and development ministry as reported in Journal Cement. To date the company has invested RUB1.3m (US$17.343) in the modernisation of its two production lines. A significant part of the funding for the project was prov...