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Kavkazcement plans a course of development

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Kavkazcement, part of Eurocement, has outlined its 2019 development plans.

The second stage of the company’s production modernisation is planned for 2019. This includes the introduction of the company’s own generation of electricity, the modernisation of cement mills, the renewal of special equipment, and the completion of a repair campaign on time. It is planned that the company will operate all of its rotary kilns this year.

The enterprise has also implemented social programmes, including paying for food subsidies and sending the children of its employees to summer camps.

“The company has worked steadily,” said Oleg Lopatin, General Director of Kavkazcement JSC. “We implemented several important investment projects, such as the construction of a slurry pipeline, the installation of the main building of our own power station, the purchase of several units of modern equipment, and the introduction of a technology to monitor the condition of the main process equipment – mobile monitoring.
“Successful implementation of all planned activities will allow the production of cement with improved quality characteristics. We will work to ensure that each of our consumers receive high quality building material.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/27012019/kavkazcement-plans-a-course-of-development/

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