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City Cement grinding plant to start commercial ops

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Saudi Arabian cement company, City Cement, expects commercial operations at its cement grinding plant to begin in 1H17, after a project to include capacity to 265 tph.

In November, the company extended the trial operation of the grinding plant in order to complete modifications and run the required performance and efficiency tests.

The company added that the extended trial period would not add to the costs of the project.

Based in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, City Cement was established in 2005. In 4Q16, the company saw a fall in year-on-year profits of 23.2% to SAR45.1 million (US$12 million).

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/africa-middle-east/01022017/city-cement-grinding-plant-to-start-commercial-ops/

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