Uzbekistan: Russia’s Eurocement has signed an agreement with Uzqurilishmateriallari to build a 2.4Mt/yr cement plant. It is scheduled for completion by 2020. The new plant will be Eurocement’s second plant in the country and it will increase its total cement production capacity to over 4Mt/yr. Eurocement already owns a 84% stake in Uzbekistan’s second largest cement producer Akhangaracement after purchasing a 76% stake in it from Switzerland’s Zeromax in 2006.
Eurocement and Uzqurilishmateriallari plan to build 2.4Mt/yr cement plant
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