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  • Cahya Mata Sarawak reassures customers amid cement shortage

    Cahya Mata Sarawak has informed its customers that its cement despatches will be ‘back to normal’ by 6 November 2022. The producer’s closure of its 1Mt/yr Kuching cement plant for maintenance, followed by unexpected raw materials supply issues, has caused a shortage of cement in...
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  • Vicem increases cement sales and profit in first nine months of 2022

    Vietnam Cement Industry Corporation (Vicem) sold 18.5Mt of cement during the first nine months of 2022, up by 6.5% year-on-year from the same period in 2021. The producer’s cement and clinker sales volumes totaled 20.9Mt during the period, 71% of its full-year 2022 target. Vicem recorded a ...
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  • JK Lakshmi Cement and TARA to launch limestone calcined clay cement production

    JK Lakshmi Cement has partnered with the Society for Technology and Action for Rural Advancement (TARA) to integrate calcined clay technology into its operations in order to commence production of limestone calcined clay cement (LC3). United News of India has reported that the producer says that ...
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  • Adbri sets new 2030 decarbonisation targets

    Adbri has committed to reduce its cement’s CO2 emissions by 20%/t by 2030. WA Today News has reported that the company also aims to offset 100% of CO2 emissions from its electricity consumption by 2030. It aims to achieve net zero carbon cement production by 2050. Adbri says that it is Aust...
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  • Vicat to buy additional 42% stake in Sinai Cement

    France-based Vicat has issued a mandatory tender offer to buy an additional 42% stake in Sinai Cement. The proposal follows a final settlement agreement signed between Vicat and the Egyptian government in late March 2021, according to the Daily News Egypt newspaper. Following the completion of th...
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  • Borneo Oil increases investment in ILPP cement plant to US$12m

    Borneo Oil has increased its investment in the upcoming ILPP cement plant in Sabah to US$12m. The oil company has signed a deal to buy a 19.5% stake in the cement company from Makin Teguh. Borneo Oil previously bought shares from Makin Teguh in late 2021. The company said it is making the move to...
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  • Julio Rodríguez Izquierdo appointed as chair of Corporación Moctezuma

    Corporación Moctezuma has appointed Julio Rodríguez Izquierdo as the chair of its board of directors. This follows the resignation of Enrico Buzzi from the post. The change is a planned and periodic rotation of the holder of the role between the company’s two controlling shareholders: Spain-based...
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  • South Korean cement production to increase in second quarter of 2022

    Seven cement producers have agreed to produce 3.77Mt of cement in the second quarter of 2022, up by 36% quarter-on-quarter from first-quarter 2022 levels, to alleviate a shortage. 380,000t of cement which would previously have been exported will now supply the domestic market instead. The Yonhap ...
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  • Monarch Cement increases sales in 2021

    Monarch Cement’s net sales were US$212m in 2021, up by 12% year-on-year from US$189m in 2020. Its cement sales volumes increased by 12% year-on-year to 1.2Mt. Monarch Cement invested US$24m in new equipment in 2021, including 27 new ready-mix trucks, six new cement haul trucks, three loaders and ...
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  • Holcim Australia and New Zealand announces upcoming Auckland low carbon cement distribution centre

    Holcim Australia and New Zealand plans to establish a new low carbon cement import and distribution facility next to its existing cement terminal at Ports of Auckland. The company says that the facility will have the capacity to replace 100,000t/yr of ordinary Portland cement (OPC) used in New Ze...
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  • New Punjab cement plant and two cement plant expansions approved

    The Cabinet Committee on Legislative Business of the Punjab government has licenced the establishment of a new cement plant in the state. The News newspaper has reported that the committee also approved the expansion of two existing cement plants.
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  • Eastern Province Cement increases sales as profit drops in 2021

    Eastern Province Cement recorded a 2% year-on-year sales drop in 2021. Its net profit was US$54m, down by 7% year-on-year. Arab News has reported that the company recorded a lower income from investments and higher losses from asset write-offs compared to 2020 levels.
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