One of the leading cement producers in the world, Titan Cement Company S.A., began building a new cement manufacturing line in Beni Suef, Egypt in 2007. Senior management was adamant that the €150 million investment be built without any safety incidents.
Lafarge and Titan will invest USD100 million to double the
The new line will include the latest technologies in the cement making process and in the environmental protection. The cost of this new line should be around US$100 million (more than 90 million euros). The start-up is expected by mid 2002. TITAN is a Gr
About Us . TITAN Cement Egypt (TCE) produces cement and concrete to provide our society with essential building materials that are durable, long lasting and match the needs of modern society. TCE operates two cement plants, in Beni Suef Governorate and Al
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According to IFC, the project with Titan Group for the expansion of their cement manufacturing in Egypt (#27022) was a EUR 80 million equity investment in Titan’s investment holding company Alexandria Development Limited (ADL).
Cement Sector The Oversupply Apocalypse Oversupply Is the Name of the Game The government signed a EUR 1.05 billion deal with China-based Sinoma to build 6 new production lines, 6,000 tpd each, adding 12 mtpa to existing supply, which would bring total pr
Low-Carbon Roadmap for the Egyptian Cement Industry
of Building Materials Industries / Cement Industry Division (CBMI), in collaboration with the Egypt Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) and the Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), join
Under Sisi, firms owned by Egypt's military have flourished
May 16, 2018 · Suez Cement, majority owned by Germany's Heidelberg, reported that its consolidated 2017 loss nearly doubled to 1.14 billion pounds, while Alexandria Cement, majority owned by Greece’s Titan ...
Production and Investment Trends in the Egyptian Cement Industry
This research service provides an informed analysis of the Egyptian cement industry for the period 2007 to 2017. The research begins with an overview of Egypt’s cement industry, including profiles of key industry participants. The second section discusses