According to a new report published by Allied Market Research, the global concrete admixtures construction chemical market is projected to reach US$16 324 million by 2022.
Louis Martel has taken over the role of President and CEO of CSL Group, a shipping company handling a range of dry bulk commodities for the construction and other industries.
McInnis Cement has received the first seven railcars in a total order of 25 that will allow rail-based distribution of its cement.
McInnis Cement has begun construction work on a cement distribution terminal at Oshawa, Ontario, part of its network of distribution terminals serving the eastern Canada and the northeastern US.
Tabuk Cement has joined the growing ranks of Saudi cement makers to look to the export market to relieve domestic market woes.
USGS has released its latest Mineral Industry Survey, indication that cement shipments were down in December 2016.
Saudi Arabian cement maker, Al Jouf, has received a cement export license from the Ministry of Commerce and Investment.
Construction is on track for completion in 2Q17 at Pakistan’s first dry bulk terminal, with equipment onsite and in the process of being installed, tested and commissioning.