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Fancesa secures US$72m contract

22 February 2021, Published under Cement News

Bolivia-based cement company Fabrica Nacional de Cemento (Fancesa) has been awarded the US$72m contract to supply over 582,000t of cement needed to build Nueva Santa Cruz Ciudad Inteligente project in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. The smart city project belongs to the Lafuente group. The contract follows a year-long negotiation process and was announced by Fancesa and Lafuente in the cement producer’s Sucre facilities. Fancesa will provide mainly IP-30 Lider cement and some IP-40 Superior cement ove...

LafargeHolcim interested in supply US-Mexican border wall

03 March 2017, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim has expressed an interest in supplying construction materials to the US-Mexican border wall to be built under the Trump administration. The wall is one of the most controversial electoral promises of the new US president, Donald Trump. The invitation to tender requires interested parties to submit a prototype by 10 March. The US government plans to award prototypes as early as mid-April.

CRH rules out supply to Trump’s planned Mexican wall

02 March 2017, Published under Cement News

CRH CEO, Albert Manifold, has insisted that its US businesses will not supply materials for the construction of Donald Trump's planned wall between the USA and Mexico. He said that CRH's geographic spread in the US is primarily focussed on the Northeast and Midwest and has “no significant operations anywhere near southern Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and southern California. "We've a broad-based business through the United States — in fact we're present in all 50," he said. "But one are...

Tanzania: Dangote Cement awards 150,000t coal contract to Tancoal

09 October 2015, Published under Cement News

Dangote Cement in Tanzania awarded Tancoal Energy Ltd, part of Australia’s Intra Energy Corp Ltd, the contract for more than 150,000t of coal, which will be supplied over the course of next year. The AUD9.3m order represents about half of Dangote Cement Tanzania’s coal requirement and will enable Tancoal to increase mine output by 35 per cent.

Semen Gresik orders new silos for Rembang

11 August 2014, Published under Cement News

Indonesia's Semen Gresik has ordered three new cement storage silos from Claudius Peters for its new integrated works at Rembang, Central Java. Claudius Peters will be supplying three expansion chamber storage silos with a diameter of 24m and a volume of 20,000t each. Cement will be discharged into two mobile VME-type bulk loading stations underneath each silo. Separate aeroslide transport to the packing plant is also included in the contract. The new cement storage silos will be inte...