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Ukraine: Dyckerhoff Cement losses increase five-fold

20 March 2017, Published under Cement News

Preliminary figures indicate that in 2016, Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine, part of Dyckerhoff AG, increased its loss by UAH66m (US$2.46m) to UAH80.82m. The company's assets as of late 2016 were UAH2.16bn, long-term liabilities were UAH2.69bn and current liabilities were UAH483.96m. Dyckerhoff Cement Ukraine reported a loss of UAH14.82m for 2015.

Luxembourg: worker killed at Rumelange plant

27 May 2016, Published under Cement News

A worker has been killed after falling into a grinder at Cimalux’s Rumelange plant, reports the Luxemburger Wort. The plant is a subsidiary of the Dyckerhoff Group, which in turn is owned by Buzzi Unicem, and produces clinker for plants in Luxembourg and Germany. The worker, who has not been named, is a 59-year-old French citizen who was pronounced dead on the scene. An investigation into the cause of the accident is currently underway.

Ukraine: Yugcement reports 1Q16 losses of US$11.75m

22 April 2016, Published under Cement News

The Yugcement company (Olshanske, Mykolaiv region) reported loss of UAH298.228m (US$11.75m) for 2015, having upped its net revenue by 14.8 per cent or UAH 80.84m YoY to UAH626.167m. As of 2015, assets of the company made up UAH833.98m, current liabilities UAH162.838m and accounts receivable UAH21.336m. Yugcement  cement is a part of the Dyckerhoff Ukraine company managing three plants for cement production and packaging in Ukraine.

Yugcement re-elects Supervisory Board chairman Zelano

28 July 2015, Published under Cement News

In an extraordinary meeting on 16 July the shareholders of Yugcement (formerly Olshansky cement plant, Mykolaiv region – part of the Dyckerhoff Group) re-elected Paola Zelano to chair its supervisory board for three years, the company said in the press release. Zelano has occupied the post since February 2014. In addition, the shareholders replaced deputy board member Serhii Dzuzyanyi with Karl Heinz Paul Richard Kasch, and re-elected supervisory board member Plack Heiko Otto. As Ukrain...

Ukraine: Volyn Cement net loss widens

23 February 2015, Published under Cement News

Volyn Cement reported a net loss of UAH456.7m (US$16.3m) for 2014, compared to a loss of UAH46.9m during the year before. The Dyckerhoff subsidiary's assets came in at UAH1.14bn on 1 January 2015, long-term liabilities reached UAH1.17bn and current liabilities totalled UAH155.3m. Total receivables amounted to UAH 46.9m at the end of 2014, according to the report. Volyn Cement operates an integrated cement works in Zdolbuniv, Rivne region.

Dyckerhoff and N+P extend supply agreement

09 January 2015, Published under Cement News

N+P is to extend its cooperation with Dyckerhoff AG by securing a new order for the delivery of high-quality Subcoal® pellets. Subcoal is produced at the Qlyte facility in Delfzijl, The Netherlands. The facility produces about 65,000tpa of Subcoal®, whereby it processes around 100,000t of non-recyclable paper-plastic waste fractions which otherwise would have been sent to landfill or waste incineration. The Subcoal is used to replace lignite dust or bituminous coal at power stations, lime ...

Buzzi Unicem

06 January 2015, Published under Cement News

Buzzi Unicem completed the acquisition of Uralcement from Lafarge on 1 December. The addition of the 1.1Mta wet-process works at Korkinho at a cost of EUR104m gives the Buzzi Unicem subsidiary Dyckerhoff a second works in the Urals.

Buzzi Unicem finalises Uralcement acquisition

02 December 2014, Published under Cement News

Buzzi Unicem, through its wholly-owned subsidiary Dyckerhoff GmbH, has completed the acquisition of a 100 per cent interest in Uralcement, Russia, from Lafarge. Uralcement is located near the town of Korkino, about 40km south of Chelyabinks. The wet-process plant has a capacity of 1.1Mta. The acquisition lifts Buzzi Unicem's production capacity in Russia to approximately 4.5Mta.

S&P confirms Buzzi, Dyckerhoff rating; negative outlook

09 October 2013, Published under Cement News

Buzzi Unicem said today that Standard & Poor’s confirmed the long-term corporate rating (BB+) on Buzzi Unicem and its German subsidiary Dyckerhoff AG and the short-term rating (B) on both groups, thus removing them from the credit watch with negative implications announced on 8 August 2013. The outlook was revised from stable to negative.

Executive management changes at Dyckerhoff, Germany

20 September 2013, Published under Cement News

Following the 100 per cent buy-out of all minority shareholders by Buzzi Unicem SpA and the delisting of shares from the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Dyckerhoff’s Supervisory Board has now approved to initiate the transformation of the company’s legal form from the present corporation (Aktiengesellschaft, AG) to a future limited liability company (Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung, GmbH). The new legal form will become effective towards the end of March 2014 and will also involve changes in...