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Macau sees slowdown in industrial sector for 2018

26 September 2019, Published under Cement News

The revenue of Macau’s industrial sector fell 4.1 per cent to MOP11.07bn (US$1.37bn) in 2018, according to the SAR’s statistics service. Furthermore, the expenditure of the sector decreased four per cent to MOP7.96bn. The revenue of cement and concrete manufacture dropped 16.5 per cent to MOP1.21bn for the year. This marks the fourth-consecutive year of decline on the back of a continued slowdown in demand after a decrease in the number of local large-scale construction projects.

Saudi cement sector expected to record revenue decline in 2Q18

03 July 2018, Published under Cement News

Saudi Arabia’s cement sector is expected to record a fall in revenue in the 2Q18, according to Al Rajhi Capital. The companies monitored by Al Rajhi are expected to announce a revenue decline of around six per cent YoY for the period, while earnings could decrease by approximately 10 per cent. The sector’s sales volume fell 16.7 per cent in the first two months of the second quarter. Across the country, 15 companies have recorded a decline in sales volume, led by Riyadh Cement (-44.1 per c...

Egypt: NCC incurs US$13.5m losses

06 October 2016, Published under Cement News

Egypt’s National Cement Company (NCC) incurred net losses of EGP119.9m (US$13.5m) during fiscal year 15-16, an improvement when compared to the EGP282.5m registered for the previous year. NCC chairman, Saeed Abdel Moty, reported that the company attained revenues of EGP858.8m in FY16-16 versus EGP756.5m a year earlier. Mr Moty added that NCC has recently invested approximately EGP1.0bn in its environmental improvement project.

PPC increase revenue and volumes in 3QFY15-16

06 September 2016, Published under Cement News

PPC reported a nine per cent YoY rise in quarterly sales revenue, commenting that sales revenue in South Africa increased two per cent and volumes by at least nine per cent in the company's 3QFY15-16. However, revenue outside of South Africa was even stronger, growing 19 per cent as a result of significant volume growth, newly commissioned plants in Rwanda and gains made through currency translations. CEO of PPC, Daryll Castle said, “the group's revenue has improved by six per cent suppor...

Lafarge Africa in 2Q16

26 July 2016, Published under Cement News

Lafarge Africa Plc has released its financial results for 2Q16, reporting a total revenue of NGN107bn (US$344.9m). Cost of sales stood at NGN92.2bn (US$297.3m), down from NGN98bn (US$315.9m) in the same period last year and administrative/distribution and other expenses dropped to NGN12.2bn (US$39.3m) from NGN4bn (US$45.1m). The company’s revenue of NGN30.8bn (US$99.3m) fell by NGN28.5bn (US$91.9m) due to foreign exchange loss after the naira’s devaluation. The company also suffered diminish...

Rwanda: PPC revenues boosted by Cimerwa

05 July 2016, Published under Cement News

Cimerwa Ltd’s contribution to Pretoria Portland Cement’s (PPC) revenues helped cushion the company’s turnover in the six months ending 31 March 2016. According to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange, PPC holds a 51 per cent stake in the Rwandan cement company. While PPC’s results show bases in Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe were depressed due to a shrinking market and falling prices, a recently-commissioned plant in Rwanda added almost ZAR200m (US$13.5m) to the group’s revenue. Despit...

Indonesia: Semen Indonesia looks to international markets

21 June 2016, Published under Cement News

Amid prospects of disappointing revenue growth in the domestic market, Semen Indonesia is looking offshore to expand its sales figures. Newly appointed head of PT Semen Indonesia, Rizkan Chandra has said that he wants to raise the company’s sales outside of Indonesia from 5.2 per cent of revenue in 2015 to 10-15 per cent over the next three years. In an interview Mr Chandra said operations may expand into Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and the Maldives, with operations already present in Vietnam.  ...