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A number of EU associations representing the manufacturing industries have cosigned a Joint declaration on EU policy.
US cement production capacity is sufficient to meet any rise in demand driven by infrastructure revitalisation, according to the Portland Cement Association.
Bruker has reported an overall decline in revenue during the period, although operational and EPS improvements remained strong.
Tarmac has contributed towards the restoration of the Mountsorrel Railway, which has secured a royal visit.
Saudi Cement reported a 4% fall in net profits in 2016 on the back of lower sales and higher production costs.
Commissioning of PPC’s new cement plant in Ethiopia is expected to begin soon with cement production expected by 2Q17.
US cement maker, Martin Marietta, reported a positive end to the year, with cement shipments up, despite headwinds in Texas. Its cement business also reported higher gross profit for the year.
South Africa-based cement company, PPC, has begun hot commissioning of a new cement in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Buzzi Unicem achieved growth in cement and clinker sales in Germany, Luxembourg and the Netherlands in 2016, slightly offset by lower average selling prices.
Capacity utilisation in Pakistan’s cement sector hit 90.88% as demand for the building material continued to boom.
Siwertell has received an order for a road-mobile shipunloader for unloading cement at a rated capacity of 300 tph.
Hanson Cement’s Ketton cement plant recently replaced two ESPs under the supervision of general contractor, Fairport Engineering.
Construction is on track for completion in 2Q17 at Pakistan’s first dry bulk terminal, with equipment onsite and in the process of being installed, tested and commissioning.