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Chhattisgarh truck owners seek 12% increase in transport rates

22 March 2021, Published under Cement News

Truck owners under the umbrella of The Chhattisgarh Transport Association, India, are demanding in a 12 per cent rise in charges to transport cement from plants due to an increase in diesel prices. Since 26 February truckers have been on strike in terms of cement transportation. Initially they sought a 40 per cent hike. The cement companies want to limit price hikes to five per cent. Chhattisgarh Transport Minister, Mohammad Akbar, assured the transporters that their demand will be serio...

Indian railways see 26% rise in cement freight

11 January 2021, Published under Cement News

The volume of cement transported by Indian railways increased 26 per cent YoY in the September-December quarter to 35.5Mt, according to the Ministry of Railways. This also represented a 35 per cent growth compared to the 2QFY20-21. The rise in cement freight has been attributed to a seasonal improvement in construction activity across the country. However, freight costs rose six per cent YoY and three per cent QoQ, according to a report by JM Financial.

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...

South Central Railway looks to boost cement freight in FY18-19

28 January 2019, Published under Cement News

India’s South Central Railway (SCR) has set a new target to boost its cement freight to 27.5Mt in the FY18-19, up from 25.82Mt of the previous year. The company has already transported 20.49Mt in the first three quarters of the financial year. As a whole, Indian railways transported 114.18Mt of cement during the FY17-18, with South Central performing highest amongst all zonal railways at 22.7 per cent of the total. To meet the higher target, Mr Madhusudhana Rao, SCR chief operations manag...