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Cement news highlights: 15 – 19 December

A round-up of some of this week’s key news items from the international cement industry, from expansion projects in Costa Rica to new contracts in India.

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CLH invests in capacity expansion in Costa Rica

Cemex Latam Holdings has announced plans to increase the production capacity of its Colorado plant in Costa Rica to 1.1 million tpy by 2017.

Shree Cement awards new contract to Petron Engineering

Shree Cement has contracted Petron Engineering Construction to carry out civil construction work for a packing plant extension and flyash unloading system at Bangur Cement.

Slight growth in Peruvian cement sales

Domestic cement sales totalled 929 000 t in Peru in November, while dispatches were up 0.57% y/y in the first 11 months of 2014.

McInnis Cement plant proposal warrants US review of WTO rules, says Pettalia

State Rep. Peter Pettalia has requested that a Canadian government loan for the Port-Daniel-Gascons cement plant in Québec be reviewed for World Trade Organisation rules compliance.


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)!

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.


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