Brazil Cement industry news from Global Cement

2021-4-30  The assets that CRH Brasil has now sold include three integrated cement plants and two grinding plants in the south-east of the country. The subsidiary sold approximately 2.8Mt of

Investment in slag grinding project in latin american

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New developments in Brazil’s cement ­industry

2014-6-1  New developments in Brazil’s cement ­industry. The growth in demand for cement in Brazil exceeds economic growth, although the rate at which it is growing has lost momentum. However, cement producers are investing heavily in new capacity.

Brazil’s cement industry Challenging times

2015-12-16  CRH started cement production in Brazil in 2015 thanks to the acquisition of assets related to the completion of the LafargeHolcim merger. It now has three cement plants (two from Lafarge and one from Holcim) and 2.58Mt/yr of cement production capacity in Brazil, making it the country's number six cement company. Its market share is 3.37%.

TITAN Cement Group Invests in Brazil

The amount of TITAN’s investment, which will be determined at closing, is estimated to be about 100 million US dollars and will be financed by TITAN’s available cash. The assets of Cimento Apodi include a modern integrated cement plant in Quixeré operating since 2015 and a grinding cement plant in Pecém port, close to the city of Fortaleza, operating since 2011.

TITAN Cement Group Invests in Brazil TITAN

2016-8-3  The amount of TITAN’s investment, which will be determined at closing, is estimated to be about 100 million US dollars and will be financed by TITAN’s available cash. The assets of Cimento Apodi include a modern integrated cement plant in Quixeré operating since 2015 and a grinding cement plant in Pecém port, close to the city of Fortaleza, operating since 2011.

Brazil: future secured? International Cement Review

2015-5-11  Bulk cement only accounts for 34 per cent of deliveries with bagged cement by far the predominant form of buying cement, accounting for 66 per cent of sales. Fast-developing production base. There are now 56 cement plants and 32 grinding facilities in Brazil with a domestic cement

Greece's Titan Cement buys stake in Brazil's Cimento

2016-8-3  Titan’s said its investment would be financed through available cash. Cimento Apodi’s assets include an integrated cement plant in Quixeré and a grinding cement plant in Pecém port, close to the...

Cement

2021-5-8  One example is pozzolan cement, produced in some of our units in Brazil, and which uses pozzolan as a raw material. Highly resistant and durable, pozzolan is also sustainable: in addition to emitting 50% less CO₂ than clinker in its production

2 µm 5 µm Loesche

2017-8-11  1935 The first Loesche mill for grinding cement clinker, an LM 11, was commissioned in Joao Pessao, Brazil. In the previous year E.G.Loesche had travelled there by Zeppelin to sign the contract. 1985 Mills for grinding cement and granulated blast furnace