Two more Saudi Arabian cement companies have announced a slump in net profits in 4Q16 on weakening demand.
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The Brazilian cement sector faces falls in demand and rising overcapacity in 2017, as the country continues to face economic and political challenges.
Ukrainian equipment manufacturer has delivered a new wagon tippler to the Ivano-Frankivskcement cement plant in Ukraine.
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The MPA is putting pressure on the Government to continue to freeze the Aggregates Levy at its current rate.
Middle Eastern and African cement demand is expected to be challenged in 2017, although Africa will still show growth.
Titan America’s Pennsuco Complex, which includes quarrying, cement manufacture and ready-mix concrete operations, has been certified as a Gold Level Zero Waste Facility.
LafargeHolcim’s Sagunto cement plant in Spain invested €0.61 million in health, safety and environment initiatives in 2016.
Cement consumption will show modest growth in the US in 2017, continuing its disappointing run, while in Latin America consumption will fall again.
Construction at McInnis Cement’s new cement plant and deep-water terminal was nearly 90% complete at the end of 2016.
Hanson has launched a 7-year project to improve efficiency and emissions at Ribblesdale cement plant.
Hail Cement has reported a 20.99% fall in quarterly profits in 4Q16 as the company suffered from weaker cement demand in Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabian cement company, Arabian Cement Co., has reported a sharp decline in quarterly and annual profits
According to Ulster Bank, the Irish construction sector ended 2016 positively and this is set to continue into 2017.
The US operations of UK-based brick and concrete products manufacturer saw pound-denominated revenues soar 18% on Brexit currency fall.