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Ethiopia's challenging cement market | Aggregates Business

Ethiopia's cement industry has enjoyed substantial growth in the past decade due to strong key drivers attracting foreign cement makers. However, emerging challenges linked to existing gaps in the country's national investment policy could erode gains already achieved. Shem Oirere reports. With its nearly 16.5 million tonnes of installed cement capacity and 10% average annual consumption ...


US-Based Investment Company Granted Mining License

North Holdings will begin the construction of its plant by the end of 2014, Temesgen said after signing the contract. The company has completed a feasibility study, plant construction site selection and technology and consultant selection, Temesgen said in a speech during the ceremony.



Ethiopia launches $2.2 billion industry park construction

A new private industrial park, Lemi National Cement Industrial Complex, that requires $2.2 billion investment capital is set to be built in Amhara region of Ethiopia by private investors. The cornerstone for the new Lemi National Cement Share Company Industrial Complex is laid on Thursday by President of Ethiopia Sahle-work Zewde.


Ethiopia: Lemi National Cement Factory to Start Operation in ...

Lemi cement project is located in Amhara Regional State, North Shewa Zone, Ensaro Woreda, 130 km north of Addis Ababa. East African Holding S.C. is constructing the factory in collaboration with West China Cement Limited. Investors are entering Amhara Regional State for cement production.


Ethiopia: North Holdings Investment Inc. to Build Cement Factory

Temesgen said the company will finance the project which includes, cement bag factory, a transport company and a coal manufacturing plant, through a loan from a London based investment bank. The Ministry of Mines granted limestone mining license to North Holdings, covering 24, 513 sq. km plot for 20 years.


Ethiopia's challenging cement market: consumption stimulation

Ethiopia's cement industry has enjoyed substantial growth in the past decade. However, challenges linked to the government's investment policy could erode these gains, as Shem Oirere reports With nearly 16.5 million tonnes of cement capacity and 10% average growth in annual consumption, Ethiopia is among the top cement producers in sub-Saharan Africa. Only Nigeria and South Africa rival it.


US-based North Holdings to build cement factory in Ethiopia

US-based North Holdings to build cement factory in Ethiopia December 28, 2013 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - An Ethio-American company based in the US, North Holdings Investment Inc., is to build a new cement factory with an outlay of USD 800 million in the Amhara Regional State near Dejen town.


US-based North Holdings to build cement factory in Ethiopia

North Holdings Investment Inc president, Temesgen M. Bitew, told The Reporter that his company is planning to build the factory in east Gojam, Dejen wereda, Menda locality. Temesgen said with two production lines the factory will have the capacity to produce 8.4 million tons of cement


How cement demand is attracting investment in Ethiopia

For example, as part of its continuous effort to be a prominent player in the industry, National Cement (East African Holdings) is currently working to boost its production at its existing plant at Diredawa and also launched its new billions U.S. dollars worth project to build a new plant, which is to be carried out in Lemmi town, Ensaro Woreda …


Ethiopia's challenging cement market: consumption stimulation

Ethiopia has enjoyed a cement consumption boom in the five years to 2015 as the government invested heavily in infrastructure, transport and otherwise. Projects include new railway links such as the 900km Addis Ababa-Djibouti; the 289km Mekelle-Hara-Gebeya; the 229km Hara- Gebeya-Semera-Assayita; and the 278km Awash-Kombolcha-Hara-Gebeya.


Dangote To Expand Cement Operations - The Reporter Ethiopia

Dangote Cement is not the only factory expanding its operation in Ethiopia. East Africa Holdings, the parent company of National Cement and West China Cement Ltd, announced their plans to build a new cement factory in Amhara region, with a capital of over USD two billion.


NHIE – Gojam Cement Factory – Ethiopia - GlobalData

North Holdings Investment Inc. (NHIE) is planning to undertake the construction of Gojam Cement Factory project in Amhara region, Ethiopia.The project involves the construction of a cement factory with a production capacity of 8.4 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) on 250ha of land.



NORTH HOLDING INVESTMENT INC. (ETHIOPIAN BRANCH)

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Ethiopia - Cement industry news from Global Cement

Ethiopia: East African Holding and China-based West China Cement have formed a joint venture. The Xinhua News Agency has reported that the partners plan to establish a multi-industrial complex in Ensaro Woreda district, Amhara regional state.


Update on Ethiopia, December 2022 - Cement industry news from ...

The Global Cement Directory 2022 places the country's production capacity at around 12Mt/yr. This compares to 15Mt/yr from 13 companies as reported by a local news source although this figure is likely to also include grinding plants. Yet the same source also placed the actual working capacity at 6Mt/yr due to old machinery and poor maintenance.


Ethiopia launches $2.2 billion industry park construction

Lemi National Cement Share Company Industrial Complex will be constructed on 270 hectares of land in Lemi area. The $2.2 billion Lemi Industrial complex will have many factories including the cement factory in Africa with a production capacity of 10,000 tones of cement with $600,000 investment capital.


US-based North Holdings to build cement factory in Ethiopia

December 28, 2013 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia - An Ethio-American company based in the US, North Holdings Investment Inc., is to build a new cement factory with an outlay of USD 800 million in the Amhara Regional State near Dejen town. North Holdings Investment Inc president, Temesgen M. Bitew, told The Reporter that his company is planning to build ...



North Holdings to build US$800 million cement factory in Ethiopia

North Holdings to build US$800 million cement factory in Ethiopia Created: 31 December 2013 US-based North Holdings Investment said it plans to invest US$800mn in building a cement factory in the Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia Work on the cement factory project will commence in 2014. (Image source: DFID/Flickr)


North Holdings Investment Inc to construct Ethiopian plant

North Holdings Investment Inc, an Ethio-American company based in the US, is to build an 8.4Mta cement factory in the Amhara Regional State near Dejen town. Company president, Temesgen M. Bitew, told The Reporter that his company is planning to build the two-line plant as well as set up a transport company and coal preparation plant.


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