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Taiwan Cement Corp records modest decline in revenue

10 December 2019, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp has posted a revenue of TWD11.678bn (US$383m) for November 2019, a modest decline of 0.9 per cent from TWD11.784bn from the corresponding period of last year. Between January-November this year, the company has seen revenue decrease 2.4 per cent YoY to TWD110.45bn from TWD113.2bn of the 11M18.

Taiwan Cement Corp records 6% decline in revenue

14 August 2019, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp has announced a 5.9 per cent YoY fall in revenue for the second quarter of 2019, falling to TWD31.36bn (US$1bn) from TWD33.32bn. Pretax profit saw a decline of five per cent to TWD9.33bn, while net profit rose 2.3 per cent to TWD7.23bn from TWD7.06bn.

Taiwanese cement companies report positive results in 1Q19

10 April 2019, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp reported improved revenues for March 2019 at TWD10.877bn (US$352.62m), up 11.6 per cent when compared with TWD9.75bn in March 2018, according to Dow Jones Newswires. Universal Cement Corp revenues remained largely stable in March 2019 at TWD437.14m, when compared with TWD437.497m in the same period the previous year. Revenues for Lucky Cement Co slipped 0.6 per cent to TWD313.093m in March 2019 from TWD314.84m in March 2018. January-March 2019 In the January-March 2...

Taiwan Cement Corp sees 40% revenue hike in October

09 November 2018, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp reported a 40.1 per cent surge in revenues in October to TWD11.753bn (US$381.9m) from TWD8.388bn in October 2017. Revenues advanced by 31.1 per cent to TWD101.411bn in the first 10 months of 2018 when compared with January-October 2017 revenues of TWD77.339bn.

Taiwan Cement continues talks with Sanko Holding

17 September 2018, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp (TCC) has announced that it and Sanko Holding AS has signed a memorandum of understanding and a confidentiality clause regarding the company’s intention to invest in the Turkish group. Talks about the strategic partnership are expected to continue until a definitive contract is signed. Taiwan Cement has previously noted its interest in the Turkish cement industry, which would be the company’s first move into the European market.

Taiwanese producers record positive August results

10 September 2018, Published under Cement News

Taiwan’s Asia Cement Corp has reported a 31.7 per cent YoY increase in revenue to TWD7.18bn (US$232.9m) for August 2018, alongside a 34.6 per cent rise in Jan-Aug revenue to TWD53.21bn. Elsewhere in the country, Taiwan Cement Corp noted a 54 per cent YoY surge in August revenue to TWD10.7bn from TWD6.95bn. In the Jan-Aug period, revenue reached TWD79.22bn from TWD60.88bn. Furthermore, Hsing Ta Cement saw August revenue up 22.8 per cent to TWD598.64m and Jan-Aug revenue advance 24.9 per ...

Taiwan Cement plans to increase alternative fuel use

29 January 2018, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp has announced plans to work with Beijing Orient Landscape & Environment Co Ltd to develop its involvement in the Chinese waste market, according to the Taipei Times. The company expects to work with waste management service provider Beijing Orient to bid on Chinese projects. Taiwan Cement is creating technologies which will enable it to use tyres, plastics and petrochemical wastes to replace coal. Presently, the company is able process 200tpd of hazardous waste at its pl...

Taiwan Cement Corp increase shipment prices

04 December 2017, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp are to raise product prices for shipments to Guangdong and Guangxi provinces by CNY20 (US$3)/t to CNY360, as reported by Taipei Times. The increase in price will be effective from Saturday. The price change is demonstrative of the strong demand in Southern China and subsequent shortage of cement. Beijing’s stricter environmental regulations have also led to some cement producers halting production, negatively impacting the quantity of cement available. Taiwan Cement coul...

Taiwan Cement plans to create 20MW of green energy

14 November 2017, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp plans to spend TWD980m (US$32.45) on a green energy project at the Changhua Coastal Industrial Park. The project involves the development of photovoltaic systems and onshore wind farms, according to the Taipei Times. The project intends to regenerate the company’s unused facilities at the industrial park. Due to begin operations in 2Q18, it is expected that 20MW of electricity will be produced when fully operational. Alongside these plans, Taiwan Cement released its ...

Taiwan Cement Corp to privatise subsidiary

21 April 2017, Published under Cement News

Taiwan Cement Corp, the country’s largest cement maker, yesterday announced a proposal to privatise its TCC International Holdings Ltd (TCCI) subsidiary and delist from the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. TCCI has cement operations in several southern Chinese provinces. If the proposal is completed, TCCI would become a fully-owned unit of Taiwan Cement, TCCI managing director, Jason Koo, told a news conference. Taiwan Cement is the largest shareholder of TCCI, owning 63.05 per cent of the...