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New research into sustainable materials for infrastructure development
Six new research projects, being conducted in partnership between the UK and China, are to receive £3 million in funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council.
Siwertell road-mobile unloader enters operation in Gambia
Siwertell supplied a 300 tph trailer-based, diesel-powered Siwertell 10 000 S road-mobile unloader for cement to Jah Multi Industrial Ltd.
World Cement Front Cover Competition
World Cement wants to know what your favourite cover is from the past two years (January 2013 – December 2014)!
European slowdown continued in 3Q14
Cembureau’s economic report for 3Q14 shows limited growth in Europe and low construction activity.
One year on: South Ferriby plant resumes clinker production
Following the damage caused by flooding in December 2013, Cemex UK’s South Ferriby plant is back up and running.
Cement news from Cameroon and Angola
New cement plant due to start-up in Cameroon and Angola takes a stand on imports.
Cement prices on the rise in Nigeria
The price cuts announced last month have failed to take hold, say local distributors.
Loesche Latinoamericana S.A.U appoints new Sales Director
Vicente Fernández will take up the position of Sales Director at Loesche Latinoamericana (Spain), with effect from 1 December 2014.
Cement industry newsbytes: Egypt
Suez Cement plans to convert two of its plants to run on coal, while new government studies will look into the economic feasibility of expanding cement production in the country.
Registration opens for 57th IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Technical Conference
Interested parties can now visit the conference website to sign up for the event, which is taking place in Toronto, Canada from 26 – 30 April.
UK Competition and Markets Authority comments on Lafarge Holcim merger decision
The CMA has issued a statement regarding the EC decision to approve the merger between cement giants Lafarge and Holcim, subject to divestments.
Nyumba Cement secures US$135 million loan
The new cement project in the Democratic Republic of Congo has gained financial support from the African Development Bank and IFC, among others.
ONS releases construction data for October 2014
In October 2014, output in the construction industry decreased by 2.2% compared with September 2014, with declines in new work and repair and maintenance.
Ambuja Cement offers customer support in West Bengal
Ambuja Cement plans to train 18 000 masons and 15 000 contractors across India by 2020.
Carbolite and Gero Hochtemperaturöfen to merge
Carbolite GmbH has announced it is set to merge with Gero Hochtemperaturöfen GmbH on 1 January 2015.
Caricom Cement commissions new plant in Guyana
On 13 December, Caricom Cement Company Incorporated commissioned its newly constructed cement manufacturing plant at Everton, Berbice.
Hope Construction to utilise TomTom telematics technology
Hope Construction Materials is introducing TomTom Telematics technology to over 400 vehicles to improve sustainability and customer service.
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