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CE Pumping will start operation in Virginia, in the United States

The company achieved an 11 percent increase year-on-year int he revenue of the aggregate products segments

Technique Concrete, Arteon, Mandelli-Setra and Ideaplast formed Tam Group

Housing starts fell 6 percent year-on-year, however, permits grew by 10 percent

Launched in Mumbai and Hyderabad, the ECOPact will soon be available across India

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03

Mar 2021
SouthGobi Resources faces loss in 2020 due to the pandemic

...  It happened due to the Covid-19 pandemic including the Mongolian-Chinese border closure during February to March 2020, the restrictions of coal transportation in Mongolia and the restrictions of coal ...

26

Feb 2021
Demand for paper and cardboard packaging grows in Europe amidst the pandemic

Meanwhile, consumption of paper and cardboard declined in 2020 [PAID=]Demand for paper and cardboard packaging increased last year in Europe, reports Jornal de Negócios. The increase was due to the ...

24

Feb 2021
ITMG's net profit slumps in 2020 due to the pandemi

ITMG’s net profit stood at USD 39.5 million in 2020 [PAID=]Indonesia's coal miner ITMG recorded a fall of 70 percent in its net profit to USD 39.5 million in 2020, compared to USD 129.5 million in ...

18

Jan 2021
Renovation boom during pandemic augurs well for profits

Renovation boom in pandemic augurs well for profits, declares SIG, building materials supplier On January 11, building material supplier SIG said it expects a better end in relation to the loss for ...

15

Jan 2021
Coal India expects rise in demand for coal post-pandemic

... energy requirement for revival of industry sector post-pandemic. The CIL chief said the public sector undertakings breached the 650 million ton mark in production during financial year 2020-21. CIL is ...

06

Jan 2021
Mongolian coal exports exceed target set after pandemic outbreak

...  The amount exceeded the plan set after the pandemic outbreak, although it has not reached the initial target. Between 140 and 375 coal trucks transported coal daily through Gashuunsukhait border checkpoint ...

06

Jan 2021
Mongolian coal exports exceed target set after pandemic outbreak

...  The amount exceeded the plan set after the pandemic outbreak, although it has not reached the initial target. Between 140 and 375 coal trucks transported coal daily through Gashuunsukhait border checkpoint ...

05

Jan 2021
Coal stockpiles grow in Poland amid pandemic, electricity imports and renewables

... electricity is dwindling, with domestic power production set to shrink by 5 percent this year, according to the energy news service WysokieNapiecie.pl. The pandemic, an increase of over 20 percent in ...

17

Dec 2020
Japan's paper industry witness major change pushed by coronavirus pandemi

The industry is changing as demand for printing and information paper has fallen further [PAID=]The paper industry is undergoing a major transformation as demand for printing and information paper has ...

14

Dec 2020
Brazilian maritime support companies see costs rise by 30 percent amidst pandemic

... pandemic in the oil and gas sector, the maritime support sector in Brazil was heavily affected with quarantine restrictions and the overall decline in trade, informs Portos e Navios. According to the ...

13

Nov 2020
Rising cement exports to soften the pandemic effects on Indonesia's manufacturers ...

... of the Covid-19 pandemic on Indonesia's manufacturers throughout 2020, reports Bisnis. Increasing demand for cement and clinker from China is likely to be one of the drivers. According to the Indonesian ...

13

Nov 2020
Rising cement exports to soften the pandemic effects on Indonesia's manufacturers ...

... of the Covid-19 pandemic on Indonesia's manufacturers throughout 2020, reports Bisnis. Increasing demand for cement and clinker from China is likely to be one of the drivers. According to the Indonesian ...

03

Nov 2020
Cement prices increase in Turkey during the pandemic

In November, the wholesale price for the 50-kg bag of gray cement amounted up to TRY 25 [PAID=]Cement prices increased during the pandemic in Turkey, according to Emlak 365. Cost rates continued ...

29

Oct 2020
Self-construction supports La Cruz Azul's sales during the pandemi

Víctor Manuel Velázquez Rangel, the president of the company's Surveillance Council, said informal sector gave the company strength [PAID=]Mexico's Cooperativa La Cruz Azul crossed the pandemic thanks ...

29

Oct 2020
Self-construction supports La Cruz Azul's sales during the pandemi

Víctor Manuel Velázquez Rangel, the president of the company's Surveillance Council, said informal sector gave the company strength [PAID=]Mexico's Cooperativa La Cruz Azul crossed the pandemic thanks ...

29

Oct 2020
Self-construction supports La Cruz Azul's sales during the pandemi

Víctor Manuel Velázquez Rangel, the president of the company's Surveillance Council, said informal sector gave the company strength [PAID=]Mexico's Cooperativa La Cruz Azul crossed the pandemic thanks ...

28

Oct 2020
Cenovus Energy to buy Husky Energy as pandemic pushes oil mergers

... CAD 3.8 billion (USD 2.9 billion), as the coronavirus pandemic pushes enterprises in the oil and gas industry to enter joint ventures amid collapsing demand, reports Reuters. The merger will also create ...

14

Oct 2020
Premier Cement new units are yet to open due to the pandemic

Two units are prepared for production since March but the absence of experts is preventing the opening Despite getting prepared for production in March, Premier Cement is yet to begin operations at ...

13

Oct 2020
Golden Energy Mines expects profit growth in 2020 despite the pandemic

Thanks to the recovery of Newcastle thermal coal prices, the company expects growth [PAID=] Indonesia-based PT Golden Energy Mines (GEMS), a company under the Sinar Mas Group, expects a growth in its ...

29

Sep 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic has affected more than 40 percent of Brazilian construction companies

... has showed that 47.9 percent of construction companies in Brazil report a negative impact from the Covid-19 pandemic in the second half of August. Of a total of 136 construction companies participating ...

24

Sep 2020
Querétaro's timber industry operates at low levels due to the pandemi

The production value in the January-July period reduced by 12.6 percent year-on-year [PAID=]The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a productivity reduction of the Querétaro's timber industry, operating ...

15

Sep 2020
Indonesian coal exports fall due to pandemic and lower demand

... compared to the same period of 2019 and amounted to 217.4 million tons. Such a decline was mainly driven not only by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global economy, but also by the lower industrial ...

15

Sep 2020
Indonesian coal exports fall due to pandemic and lower demand

... compared to the same period of 2019 and amounted to 217.4 million tons. Such a decline was mainly driven not only by the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global economy, but also by the lower industrial ...

07

Sep 2020
Agricultural trade has a positive growth, despite pandemic

The sector fared better than others amidst the Covid-19 pandemic According to Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, agricultural trade managed to grow despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, especially ...

02

Sep 2020
Construction sector grows in Portugal, despite pandemic

Investment in the sector rose by 7.5 percent [PAID=]According to Idealista News, despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, the construction sector in Portugal has continued to grow, with investment ...

27

Aug 2020
Suzano uses Valmet's techonology to maintain its production processes during the pandemi

... amid the new coronavirus pandemic, reports Paraná Shop. In Brazil, the technology was successfully used by paper and pulp giant Suzano, which was able to maintain its production processes on going safely ...

26

Aug 2020
Portugal's construction sector remains steady despite the pandemi

The first half of the year was marked by a rise in public works and cement sales [PAID=]Despite COVID-19 the construction sector in Portugal has not disrupted activities, even though numbers still haven’t ...

24

Aug 2020
Construction rises in Greece despite pandemic

... to measures adopted to boost construction and the belief of a large portion of builders that buyers will return once pandemic is over. In May, surface area under construction increased 4.4 percent when ...

07

Aug 2020
Paraguay’s domestic timber sales rise amidst the pandemic

COVID-19-related restrictions led to higher domestic demand [PAID=]According to Ultima Hora, some of the restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic, such as the closing of the borders, has led to ...

23

Jul 2020
Brazil’s wood exports drop during the pandemic

... believes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on international trade will exceed the current numbers and “some producers will need formal support to keep their companies active”. The decrease is attributed ...

21

Jul 2020
COVID-19 pandemic affects wood exports in Paraguay

... addition to the challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the increased competition is leading to a decline in local demand. He further expressed his concern related to the current government’s protectionist ...

10

Jul 2020
Cement demand in Egypt declines amid the coronavirus pandemic

... pandemic, and the government needs to encourage demand for this product to close the gap between consumption and production. He foresees an improvement for the ready-mix business in the next two years ...

07

Jul 2020
American coal companies receive millions of dollars as pandemic aid

... States government’s relief program for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Some companies received the aid through the USD 669 billion Paycheck Protection Program administered by the U.S. Small ...

22

Jun 2020
China: Pulp demand remains muted over pandemic-related pressures

Import volumes of pulp did not decrease significantly in January-April [PAID=]Demand for pulp and paper in the Chinese market weakened in the first months of 2020 due to the COVID-19 outbreak, although ...

09

Jun 2020
Mexico’s wood sector severely impacted by COVID-19 pandemic

The industry is asking the federal government for more cooperation [PAID=]About 70 percent of Mexico’s wood sector has been affected by the confinement measures imposed to prevent the spread of the ...

08

Jun 2020
Argentina: Wood demand in Misiones collapses as COVID-19 pandemic hits

Domestic demand was severely hit by the virus [PAID=]The Misiones forestry sector, in Argentina, was one of the first to resume activities after the end of the COVID-19 related lockdown, but even after ...

19

May 2020
COVID-19 pandemic pressuring the global seaborne coal market

Indonesia’s thermal coal operations have most high-risk tonnage Coronavirus’ full effects in the global economy remain unclear, but its impacts in the seaborne thermal and metallurgical are already ...

12

May 2020
India: Kalinga Calciner factory sealed for violating pandemic guidelines

The facility produces calcined petroleum coke India’s Jagatsinghpur district administration has sealed the Kalinga Calciner facility in Paradip for violating COVID-19 guidelines, reports The New Indian ...

07

May 2020
US tissue production levels reach new record highs due to COVID-19 pandemic

... to do their part to respond to demand for products like bathroom tissue and paper towels during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. United States tissue mills manufactured nearly 700,000 tons of tissue ...

06

May 2020
Port of Thunder Bay’s grain cargo handling grows due to COVID-19 pandemic

Overall cargo volumes grew during April [PAID=]The port of Thunder Bay is seeing grain traffic surge due to a growth in overseas market for Canadian wheat, related in part to the COVID-19 pandemic, ...

01

May 2020
Miners across South Africa cooperate as sites reopen amid COVID-19 pandemic

President Cyril Ramaphosa set to ease the nationwide lockdown Mining companies in South Africa are establishing shared quarantine facilities for miners who tested positive for COVID-19 and are deliberating ...

30

Apr 2020
LafargeHolcim’s net sales decrease in first quarter as COVID-19 pandemic impacts operations

... healthy and safe is our number one priority and core value. In early January, when the first signs of the pandemic emerged, we were quick to respond and take all the necessary measures to protect the health ...

22

Apr 2020
Koskisen mills continue operating despite COVID-19 pandemic

The company began preparing at the end of February Despite the emergency situation caused by the coronavirus, everyday life at Koskisen production plants is still close to normal, the company reports. ...

21

Apr 2020
U.S Concrete pressured by COVID-19 pandemic, enters new loan facility with Bank of America

... cannot currently predict the length or impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are committed to driving shareholder value. We continually evaluate the effect that the pandemic has on our business and financial ...

20

Apr 2020
Coal consumption in Indonesia declines amid COVID-19 pandemic

... caused by the coronavirus epidemic, reports The Jakarta Post. The Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry has said that consumption was set to reach about 147.25 million “if the COVID-19 pandemic continues,” ...

17

Apr 2020
Arkansas’ forest products industry faces new challenges as COVID-19 pandemic hits

The industry is looking at changes in consumption and across the supply chain In Arkansas, in the United States, the coronavirus pandemic is continuing to impact sectors involving forestry industry, ...

09

Apr 2020
India: Kerala cement dealers face issues from COVID-19 pandemic

... a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic, reports The India Times. "The maximum time that a bag of cement remains in powder form is a month and after that it gets hardened and then it becomes of no ...

07

Apr 2020
Indonesian mining activities pressured by coronavirus pandemic

Reduced Chinese demand has curbed nationwide operations Mining groups across Indonesia are feeling the impacts of weakened demand caused by the COVID-19 spread and its consequent effect in the global ...

06

Apr 2020
Emaar properties halts Dubai construction works due to coronavirus pandemic

Region’s property market has faced numerous hurdles over the last decade According to sources familiar with the matter, Emaar Properties has halted its major projects in Dubai, as the coronavirus outbreak ...

03

Apr 2020
Dutch construction sector pressured by COVID-19 pandemic

... next two years owing to the coronavirus pandemic, reports NL Times. Building output is expected to retract by over 15% during this period, the institute adds. The COVID-19 outbreak will unquestionably ...

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