Three of Cemex’s quarries have been listed in the US Geological Survey’s top 25 Crushed Stone Operations in the USA.
The latest cement news
McInnis Cement’s Port-Daniel–Gascons’ cement plant in Quebec, Canada, has begun production of cement, just over three years after construction of the plant began.
Prices for ordinary Portland cement and clinker slipped in the Persian Gulf region in 2Q17 on weak demand and aggressive pricing by producers keen to keep clinker production lines operational.
More cement news updates
Dangote expects commercial production of cement to begin by July at its new plants in Republic of Congo.
Eagle Cement has ordered a Loesche vertical roller mill for grinding coal and petcoke at its Barangay plant in the Philippines.
Construction in Ireland increased significantly in May, with greater workloads leading to job creation.
HarbisonWalker International has appointed Don Abrino as Senior Director of External Technology and Open Innovation.
Cemengal has recently commissioned a new modular grinding plant for Cemindo in Bengkulu province, Indonesia.
President Jovenel Moïse of Haiti has visited the site of new cement grinding plant at the Lafito Industrial Free Zone.
Akhangarancement has increased its clinker production in May by 13.8% compared to the previous year.
2300 bags of cement have been donated to the Minister of Education, Arts and Culture by Ohorongo Cement.
Fives has received a contract to install a new FCB Flash drye, equipped with a new Pillard HeatGen hot gas generator, at a cement plant in Honduras.
French prosecutors have opened an investigation into allegations that LafargeHolcim may have funded terrorist groups when operating a cement plant in Syria.
Dealing with the fallout from Brexit was a key theme at this year’s Minerals Products Association annual conference.
TITAN Group has reported an improved safety record for 2016, as lost time injury frequency rates fall for both company personnel and contractors.