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Cementos Argos reopening Colombian plants

16 April 2020, Published under Cement News

Cementos Argos announced it will be partially reopening its operations in Colombia to supply the public works that were given the go-ahead by Decree 531 of April 2020. The Rioclaro works in Antioquia as well as a limited number of concrete plants will open, in line with health and safety guidance defined by the authorities, according to Valora Analitik. "The company is ready to scale up its operation in the country once the activity of construction of buildings and the commercialisation of...

TCL second-quarter revenue up 9%

20 August 2014, Published under Cement News

Trinidad Cement Ltd (TCL) saw second-quarter revenue rise by nine per cent to TTD560m (US$88.3m) as demand remained strong in key markets. EBITDA and non-recurring charges climbed 16 per cent YoY to TTD132.2m in the quarter under review. For the first half year of 2014, revenue increased by TTD79.5m or eight per cent whilst EBITDA and non-recurring charges remained flat at TTD232.2m compared with the first half of 2013. Earnings during the first six months of this year were negatively impa...

Argos sees higher volumes in 1H13

23 July 2013, Published under Cement News

Cementos Argos has reported a rise in cement volumes for the six months to the end of June 2013 and expects activity in its domestic market of Colombia to accelerate after a slow start in the first three months. In the 1H13, Argos reported consolidated EBITDA of COP476bn (US$253m), representing an increase of 25 per cent compared to the same period in 2012, while revenues rose nine per cent YoY. During the period cement dispatches increased by one per cent to 5.5Mt while concrete volumes ...

Trinidad Cement Ltd 1Q13 boosted by higher sales volumes and prices

13 May 2013, Published under Cement News

For the first quarter of 2013, Trinidad Cement Ltd recorded EBITDA of JMD114.2m (US$1.16m), reflecting a significant improvement over the first quarter of the previous year and 74 per cent of the total EBITDA achieved throughout 2012. Revenue for the quarter increased by JMD117m compared with the prior year as a result of higher cement sales volumes, the group said in a statement. Volumes were up YoY by 52 and 29 per cent  in the markets of Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica, respectively, w...