EGYPT - Solar Power plant for Arabian Cement authorised

EGYPT - Solar Power plant for Arabian Cement authorised
The Egyptian Electricity Utilities Regulatory and Consumer Protection Agency (EgyptERA) has given its approval for the construction of a 7.5 MWp solar photovoltaic power plant that will power the Arabian Cement Company's facilities in the governorate of Suez.

INDIA - Saurashtra Cement To Shut Down Gujarat Plant For Annual Maintenance

INDIA - Saurashtra Cement To Shut Down Gujarat Plant For Annual Maintenance
Saurashtra Cement Limited  has informed to take up annual maintenance shutdown of the Kiln and all the downstream equipment situated at the factory premises in Ranavav (Gujarat) tentatively from 8th January 2018. This maintenance shutdown is planned for about 20 days and will depend on the conditions of the machinery found during the inspection. 

Cement sector in Spain 2020: COVID19 Impact

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Cement sector in Spain 2020: COVID19 Impact

1.- INTRODUCTION

With pandemic COVID19 hitting hard economies worldwide since February 2020, the implementation of preventive confinement measures to protect populations health and safety in every country, had in Spain devastating consequences. Due to the declared State of Alarm in Spain on March 14th by Spanish government, confinement measures, limitation of economic and trade activity during this period, had an immediate impact in the country’s macroeconomy: it is facing gloomy forecasts in terms of collapsing  of GDP growth  and the increase of unemployment rate  to order of magnitudes not seen in recent history in Spain.

 

INDIA - Ambuja Cements gains 4% ahead of Q1 results

  • 28 April 2020
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INDIA - Ambuja Cements gains 4% ahead of Q1 results

Shares of Ambuja CementsNSE 2.59 % advanced nearly 4% in Monday’s trade ahead of the company’s March quarter results scheduled later in the day.

BANGLADESH - Heidelberg Cement declares no dividend

  • 28 April 2020
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BANGLADESH - Heidelberg Cement declares no dividend

HeidelbergCement Bangladesh Limited, for the first time since its enlistment in the Dhaka Stock Exchange in 1989, declared no dividend for the fiscal year 2019-20 for its shareholders as the company incurred Tk18.64 crore loss in the last fiscal.

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