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German cement deliveries up 4.1% in 2017

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German cement shipments were up in 2017, figures from the Association of German Cement Plants (VDZ) have shown. According to the associations, deliveries stood at almost 26.60 million t, a 4.1% increase on the previous year’s total of 25.54 million t.

Growth continued into 2018 with deliveries up 73.2% at 1.30 million t. This compares to just 0.75 million t in January 2017 and comes despite the severe winter weather that hit northern Europe in the first quarter of this year.

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