Fiji: Pacific Cement plans to shut down for three weeks in September 2017 for upgrade work including installing a new cement mill motor, trunnion gear, dust collectors and sensors. The company has confirmed to the Fiji Times newspaper that all the parts for the project have arrived on site. It expects at least 15 engineers and technicians from Australia and New Zealand to work on the repairs. Company director Sowani Tuidrola added that the cement producer has imported 25,000t of cement from Vietnam to meet market demand.
Pacific Cement prepares for upgrade project
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