A selection of some of the week's most popular stories from the team at World Cement.
Dalmia Bharat steps up CSR activities
Dalmia Bharat Group has scaled up its CSR activities in the Indian state in Uttar Pradesh.
Lafarge SA is placed under investigation
Lafarge SA has been placed under investigation by French authorities as part of the investigation into the operation of a cement plant in Syria.
UltraTech commissions grinding plant
UltraTech Cement has commissioned a second grinding unit at its Manawar plant in Madhya Pradesh, India.
Nevyansky plant finishes maintenance programme
Eurocement’s Nevyansky cement plant has completed an extensive maintenance programme, boosting productivity and improving the plant’s environment performance.
MMD donates demining rig to The HALO Trust
MMD has donated a revolutionary new demining rig, featuring two MMD sizers, to The HALO Trust for mine clearance work in Zimbabwe.
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