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PIBT shows consistent performance in 1QFY19-20

26 November 2019, Published under Cement News

Pakistan International Bulk Terminal Ltd (PIBT) has handled 2.191Mt cargo, for the quarter ended 30 September 2019, against 2.14Mt in the same period last year, depicting consistent performance in handling import of coal for cement and other industries.   PIBTL earned a net profit of PKR479.14m (US$3m) against a loss of PKR105m during this accounting period.   The company's Board of Directors reiterated its commitment to efficiently operate Pakistan's first state-of-the-art mechanised bulk c...

Bataan terminal to open before year-end

03 October 2019, Published under Cement News

Phinma Corp subsidiary Philcement Corp has stated that its PHP800m (US$15.4m) cement terminal in  Bataan will be opened before the end of the year. Phinma is using Philcement as its vehicle for its cement industry comeback in a move to contribute significantly to the growing demand for reliable and quality cement and construction materials in the Philippines. Philcement President and Chief Executive Officer, Eduardo Sahagun, said the new terminal, "will be a meaningful part of Phinma’s...

Southern Cross Cement plans new terminal in Brisbane

15 July 2019, Published under Cement News

Australia’s Southern Cross Cement, a joint venture between Brickworks, Neilsen Group and Neumann Group, has announced an AUD60m (US$42.19m) investment for a new cement terminal at the Port of Brisbane. The 200,000tpa terminal will receive imports from southeast Asia and have enough capacity to serve 10 per cent of the market in southeast Queensland.  Jonathan Riemann, general manager of Southern Cross Cement, expects population growth in the region to drive demand for cement. "Some of ...

Plans for new mill in Vallejo to face public hearing

25 April 2019, Published under Cement News

Orcem Americas’ plan for a new EUR45m cement mill in Vallejo, California, USA, is likely to face a public hearing from local councillors on 30 May. The Ecocem subsidiary and its project partner, Vallejo Marine Terminal (VMT), are looking to appeal a decision by the city’s planning commission that rejected the proposal in May 2017, according to the Irish Times. The council will also consider a final environmental report on the project. Last time, following a recommendation by the Vallejo Cit...

FyM to invest EUR2.5m in Malaga export hub

15 February 2019, Published under Cement News

Financiera y Minera (FyM) will invest EUR2.5m in a 4900m 2 site in the Port of Malaga to be used as a clinker and cement export hub. It intends to use pier 7 to ship clinker. Conditions for a public tender were also approved to award the occupation and exploitation of two vertical silos on piers six and seven, destined for the reception, storage and distribution of liquid bulks.

Cemex to establish distribution centre in northern Spain

15 February 2019, Published under Cement News

Cemex plans to build its first distribution centre in the north of Spain at Olano Wharf. The company has applied for a 2500m 2 concession in the port of El Musel for the new centre, which will incorporate a bagging plant and silos. Cemex already has a significant presence in the country, but only has facilities in Madrid, Aragón and the Mediterranean communities from Catalonia to Andalucia, the Balearic Islands, Ceuta and Melilla. Now the company wants to copete with Tudela Veguín in the...

Payra Port Authority plans coal/bulk terminal

14 February 2019, Published under Cement News

Payra Port Authority (PPA), under the Ministry of Shipping, Government of Bangladesh, intends to develop a coal/bulk terminal at Payra Port, Kalapara, Patuakhali, Bangladesh, via a public-private partnership (PPP).   The port authority announced it was seeking the expertise of international experts or consortium to participate in proposed project. The successful bidders/consortium will design, build, finance, operate and maintain the coal/bulk terminal and subsequently transfer the termina...

Cemex seeks terminal expansion in Florida

14 January 2019, Published under Cement News

Cemex Construction Materials Florida LLC is reportedly seeking to expand its cement terminal at the port in Tampa Bay due to increased demand for cement products, according to the Tampa Bay Business Journal. The company currently leases two sites at the port but wants to expand its cement terminal by around five acres. If approved, the new lease would see the company handle more cement, fly ash, slag and limestone over the 20-year period of the contract. According to reports, the company ...

LafargeHolcim modernises terminal in West Virginia

04 October 2018, Published under Cement News

LafargeHolcim has completed the modernisation of its cement terminal in Weirton (WV), USA, which had previously remained inactive for 10 years. The site will now be used to store and distribute speciality well cements for the oil and gas industry in the Appalachian region, according to a press release.  "We have made a significant investment in the Weirton terminal in direct response to the growing needs of our energy industry customers. Demand for access to our oil well cement has increas...

Kolos Cement released from competition requirements

17 September 2018, Published under Cement News

Mauritius-based Gamma Civic Ltd has been released from its commitment set by the Competition Commission of Mauritius (CCM) to have its subsidiary Kolos Cement Ltd, previously known as Holcim (Mauritius), resort to a bidding exercise to buy cement. The company currently operates the largest terminal on the Indian Ocean at 60,000t. Gamma Civic acquired 51 per cent of the company in 2015, and was subsequently required to address any competition issues. The company agreed it would buy cement th...