Holcim Romania, a subsidiary of LafargeHolcim, has inaugurated a new cement terminal in the town of Roman in the east of Romania. The terminal will supply cement to customers in the Moldavia region of Romania on the border with Moldova, and completes the company’s network of terminal and warehouses in the country.
The new terminal cost RON12.5 million (around US$3.1 million) and covers an areas of 13 120 m2. It is connected to Romania’s rail network and can be used for both loading and unloading bulk and bagged cement. The unloading/loading process is automated for faster order fulfilment, the company said in a statement.
The cement will be delivered to the terminal from Holcim Romania’s two cement local cement plants in Campulung and Alesd.
Holcim Romania has been active in the building materials industry in Romania for over 20 years. In addition to the two cement plants and Roman terminal, the company also operates terminals in Turda in the central part of the country and in Bucharest, the country’s capital.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/12072017/holcim-romania-opens-new-cement-terminal/
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