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GOVERNMENT APPROVES INLAND PORT FOR SIAM CITY CEMENT VIETNAM PLANT

2017-07-24 17:50:02

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GOVERNMENT APPROVES INLAND PORT FOR SIAM CITY CEMENT VIETNAM PLANT

 

Vietnam: The government has approved development planning to start for an inland port for the Siam City Cement Vietnam Thi Vai cement grinding plant. The proposed site will be adjacent to the Thị Vải River, according to the Vietnam Investment Review magazine. The port is expect to be able to support barges with a capacity of up to 5000t. The plant was acquired by Thailand’s Siam City Cement in March 2017 when it purchased Holcim Vietnam from LafargeHolcim.

 

Last modified on 21 June 2017

 
 
Published in Global Cement News

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  • grinding plant
  • Siam City Cement Vietnam
  • Holcim Vietnam
  • LafargeHolcim
  • GCW307