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Song Lam Cement exports 2.28Mt of cement in 1H22

27 July 2022, Published under Cement News

Vietnam-based Song Lam Cement JSC , part of the Vissai Group , exported 2.28Mt of cement in the first half of 2022, according to local media.   The Philippines was the largest off-taker of Song Lam cement, importing 713,000t. Other sizeable volumes were bought by China (640,000t) and the USA (628,500t). A further 101,000t was shipped to France and 5000t to Singapore. In terms of production, Song Lam Cement produced 2.53Mt of clinker and 2.84Mt of cement in the 1H22. The company achieved...

Vietnam: Song Lam first Malaysia exports

02 December 2016, Published under Cement News

Vissai Group subsidiary, Song Lam 2 JSC, has sent its first batch of exports to Malaysia from its new production line at Song Lam cement plant. The second clinker production line at the plant began operation in May 2016 following a less than two-year construction period. The project to expand the plant will be completed in phases, with the first phase seeing the completion of two production lines with a total capacity of 12,000tpd (4Mta). A third line will be introduced in the second phas...

Vietnam: three new plants intensify competition

08 November 2016, Published under Cement News

In 2016 Vietnam's cement industry has added three new production lines, bringing the total capacity to 88Mta, significantly ahead of the country's 59-60Mt cement consumption, and representing an increase of approximately six per cent compared to 2015, reports local media. 

The new lines of Vissai Cement Group Co Ltd and at Long Son Cement, located next to each other in the province of Nghe An, Thanh Hoa, and the market launch of their products in the same time, caused further pressures in a...

Vietnam: domestic cement consumption could reach 80Mt by 2020

22 September 2016, Published under Cement News

Cement consumption in Vietnam will this year reach 60Mt, while 15.5-17Mt of cement and clinker will be exported, claims Vietnam's Cement Association Chairman, Nguyen Quang Cung. Mr Cung said Vietnam's total productivity was estimated to reach 95Mt by 2020, of which domestic consumption would increase by 5-5.5Mta, reaching 80Mt. The remaining volume of 15Mt would be be shipped overseas. "Vietnam will be able to meet the increasing demands of production and export of cement and clinker by...