• ARM plans Kenya's largest cement plant in Kitui

    2020-5-28  ARM Cement has announced plans to build the largest cement plant in Kenya to meet the growing demand for the commodity in East Africa. The NSE-listed cement manufacturer is seeking to raise up to Sh25.5 billion to fund new plants including the planned factory in Kitui County, which is to have a production capacity of 8,000 tonnes of cement per day.

  • arm to build kenya s largest cement plant

    Mar 24, 2014 ARM Cement has announced plans to build the largest cement plant in Kenya to meet the growing demand for the commodity in East Africa. The NSE-listed cement manufacturer is seeking to raise up to Sh25.5 billion to fund new plants including the planned factory in Kitui County, which is to have a production capacity of 8,000 tonnes ...

  • ARM CEMENT PLC

    2019-6-17  Kenya’s ARM Cement has continued its expansion in to the East African market by completing the acquisition... Full Story. ARM Cement set to end 2014 on a high. 2014 is almost drawing to a close and for ARM Cement, one of the largest manufactures of cement in Eastern Africa... Full Story. ARM Cement releases favourable half year results

  • Dangote’s buyout of ARM to make it largest player -

    In Kenya, it will acquire the firm’s operations, which have an annual installed capacity of one million tonnes. In Rwanda, ARM’s Kigali Cement plants installed capacity is 100,000 tonnes annually. It is Rwanda's second largest plant.

  • UPDATE 1-Kenya's ARM Cement put under

    ARM Cement, which was once Kenya’s second-largest cement maker behind LafargeHolcim’s Bamburi Cement, has seen its market share plunge to just 10 percent after the clinker plant it built in ...

  • ARM Cement's Kenyan assets sold for $50 million ...

    In October, the creditors of ARM Cement, once the country’s second-largest cement maker, approved the sale of a subsidiary or assets to reduce its debt. The company has seen its market share plunge to just 10 per cent after the clinker plant it built in Tanzania in 2014 failed to generate income.

  • Cement industry news from Global Cement

    2020-6-6  Kenya: ARM Cement is set to build Kenya's largest cement plant in Kitui County, setting it up for a fight with Nigeria's Dangote Cement, which also has plans to open a U$400m plant in the same region. ARM says that it will raise up to US$300m to fund new plants including the planned unit in Kitui, which will produce 8000t/day (~2.5Mt/yr) of cement.

  • Kenyan cement giant awaits directors’ approval for SA

    Kenya’s per-capita cement consumption has surged 60% to 85.7kg over the past five years versus 300 kg in South Africa and 500 kg in Egypt. (AFP) ARM Cement , Kenya’s second- largest maker of the building material, has yet to receive its directors’ approval for a plan to construct a plant in South Africa, Managing Director Pradeep Paunrana ...

  • UPDATE 2-Kenya's ARM Cement looking for a

    Nigeria’s Dangote Cement, majority owned by Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote, is keen to buy South Africa’s PPC. ARM’s CEO also said the firm, which has total debt of $125 million, in ...

  • Cement industry news from Global Cement

    2020-6-22  Kenya: ARM Cement has completed an equity deal to secure US$140m in funding from CDC Group. The investment is believed to be the largest equity deal in Kenya and East Africa in 2016, and one of the largest equity deals in Kenya to date. The cement producer intends to use the investment to build a new cement plant in Kitui County.

  • ARM Cement takes on Dangote with new Kitui factory ...

    ARM Cement is set to build Kenya’s biggest plant in Kitui County, setting it up for a fight with Africa’s richest man Aliko Dangote who plans to open a Sh34.8 billion ($400 million) plant in Kenya

  • Cement firms stare at dwindling fortunes as prices ...

    Bamburi, part of the Lafarge Group, and the region’s largest cement firm, saw its net profit for 2017 drop by $39 million to $19.7 million. ARM Cement, producers of the Rhino brand, lead the sector in lose making, posting a loss of $35 million. Other producers in Tanzania also saw their margins drop as a result of the price wars and overcapacity.

  • ARM Cement's Kenyan assets sold for $50 million ...

    In October, the creditors of ARM Cement, once the country’s second-largest cement maker, approved the sale of a subsidiary or assets to reduce its debt. The company has seen its market share plunge to just 10 per cent after the clinker plant it built in Tanzania in 2014 failed to generate income.

  • Worlds Largest Test - thgroup.co.za

    The world's largest test 28 February 2011, By Jennifer Stanfield A massive 27.5-foot-diameter and 20-foot-tall fully-instrumented test article was moved into location in Get Price Hot

  • Raysut Cement eyes Kenya’s ARM to power its

    Oman’s largest cement manufacturer, Raysut Cement Company is eyeing acquiring ARM Cement of Kenya as part of the company’s aggressive strategy to expand in East and Central Africa.

  • Construction News CK

    2020-6-11  NHC to build 11,000 low-cost homes in Kenya’s top cities. The one-bedroom apartments will be sold for as low as Sh2 million. Company News 6 years ago. Savannah Cement plans Sh8bn Athi River clinker plant. ... ARM plans to build Kenya’s largest cement plant in Kitui.

  • Kenya: ARM Sh2 Billion Plant Heats Up Rivalry in

    2019-12-28  Athi River Mining (ARM) is taking the battle in the cement market a notch higher with its plans to build a Sh2 billion clinker and cement plant at Athi River, a location that makes it more ...

  • ARM Cement's Kenyan assets sold for $50m – statement

    The assets of Kenya's ARM Cement have been sold to the National Cement Company for $50-million, its administrator said on Tuesday. ARM Cement was put under administration last August by some of ...

  • Dangote launches bid to dominate Kenya’s cement

    Importing cement into Kenya is seen as Dangote’s short-term market entry plan as it prepares to establish a local plant in 2019. The conglomerate pursued the same strategy in Tanzania this year after completing its factory in Mtwara, undercutting its competitors on price by more than 20%.

  • ARM awaits board approval for South African project

    ARM Cement is still awaiting board approval for the construction of a new cement plant in South Africa, the company's managing director, Pradeep Paunrana, has said. Mafikeng Cement, in which ARM has a 70 per cent stake, plans to build a plant a 3000tpd plant in Africa's largest economy, Paunrana told Nairobi-based Business Daily newspaper ...

  • ARM Cement's Kenyan assets sold for $50m – statement

    The assets of Kenya's ARM Cement have been sold to the National Cement Company for $50-million, its administrator said on Tuesday. ARM Cement was put under administration last August by some of ...

  • Dangote launches bid to dominate Kenya’s cement

    Importing cement into Kenya is seen as Dangote’s short-term market entry plan as it prepares to establish a local plant in 2019. The conglomerate pursued the same strategy in Tanzania this year after completing its factory in Mtwara, undercutting its competitors on price by more than 20%.

  • ARM awaits board approval for South African project

    ARM Cement is still awaiting board approval for the construction of a new cement plant in South Africa, the company's managing director, Pradeep Paunrana, has said. Mafikeng Cement, in which ARM has a 70 per cent stake, plans to build a plant a 3000tpd plant in Africa's largest economy, Paunrana told Nairobi-based Business Daily newspaper ...

  • Kenya's cement sector increasingly competitive with

    2020-6-12  Bolstered by a spate of planned infrastructure projects and strong construction industry expansion, Kenya’s cement sector is expected to record a positive performance in 2015, with excess supply gradually being absorbed by rising domestic and regional consumption. The sector faces a number of challenges, however, and an influx of new players entering the market will increase

  • Kenya's ARM Cement counts on shareholder loans for

    Kenya's ARM Cement will rely on short-term loans from shareholders to lift production back to capacity and seek a deep-pocketed strategic investor, its chief executive said on Wednesday, as the ...

  • Raysut Cement of Oman on expansion mode in Africa:

    Estimated takeover value at over $100million - ZAWYA MENA Edition

  • Cost comparison SGR Kenya vs SGR Tanzania Page

    2019-3-6  ARM’s operating margin was 13.4 percent in 2014 according to Thomson Reuters data, compared with an industry median of 15.5 percent. ARM’s Tanzania plant has annual capacity to produce 1.5 million tonnes of cement, while its Kenya plant can produce 1 million tonnes and its Rwanda plant can make 100,000 tonnes.

  • Savannah Cement to build second milling plant in Kenya

    Savannah Cement to build second milling plant in Kenya Print Email Details ... Dangote Cement, Africa’s largest cement producer, has announced its unaudited results for the six months ended 30th June 2017, posting a 12.6 per cent increase in sales volume across Africa ... ARM issues US$70mn bond to

  • Dangote shakes Kenya’s cement market with Ethiopia

    Importing cement into Kenya is seen as Dangote’s short-term market entry plan as it prepares to establish a local plant in 2019. “In addition, we have begun exporting cement to neighbouring Kenya,” the company, which is owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, said in its latest trading update.

  • Chinese Investors to Build USD1b Cement Plant in

    Chinese controlled Sinoma and Hengya Cement (T) Ltd will build a cement manufacturing plant next to Tanga in Tanzania northern coastline, Xinhua China’s official press agency reports. The President of Sinoma Ltd of China, Peng Jianxin, said that the investment will be implemented in two phases, whereby in the first phase about USD 1 billion ...

  • Raysut Cement of Oman on expansion mode in Africa:

    Estimated takeover value at over $100million - ZAWYA MENA Edition

  • Cost comparison SGR Kenya vs SGR Tanzania Page

    2019-3-6  ARM’s operating margin was 13.4 percent in 2014 according to Thomson Reuters data, compared with an industry median of 15.5 percent. ARM’s Tanzania plant has annual capacity to produce 1.5 million tonnes of cement, while its Kenya plant can produce 1 million tonnes and its Rwanda plant can make 100,000 tonnes.

  • Savannah Cement to build second milling plant in Kenya

    Savannah Cement to build second milling plant in Kenya Print Email Details ... Dangote Cement, Africa’s largest cement producer, has announced its unaudited results for the six months ended 30th June 2017, posting a 12.6 per cent increase in sales volume across Africa ... ARM issues US$70mn bond to

  • Dangote shakes Kenya’s cement market with Ethiopia

    Importing cement into Kenya is seen as Dangote’s short-term market entry plan as it prepares to establish a local plant in 2019. “In addition, we have begun exporting cement to neighbouring Kenya,” the company, which is owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, said in its latest trading update.

  • Chinese Investors to Build USD1b Cement Plant in

    Chinese controlled Sinoma and Hengya Cement (T) Ltd will build a cement manufacturing plant next to Tanga in Tanzania northern coastline, Xinhua China’s official press agency reports. The President of Sinoma Ltd of China, Peng Jianxin, said that the investment will be implemented in two phases, whereby in the first phase about USD 1 billion ...

  • LafargeHolcim adds wind turbines to power Ohio

    The world’s largest cement maker, LafargeHolcim, is to build three wind turbines to help power its cement plant in Paulding, Ohio. LafargeHolcim will work with Ohio-based One Energy on the project. The three Paulding turbines will create 12 million kWh annually, enough to power 1,200 households for a year.

  • cement manufacturing plant machines in tanzania

    Karsan to build $4.9m cement plant in Nairobi - Business. May 17, 2014 in Kenya, plans to set up a cement manufacturing plant in Nairobi. Kenya's per capita consumption of cement averages 55kg, Tanzania 45 and levies on importation of machines, operational licences and increased taxget price

  • Cement News tagged : International Finance

    ARM negotiating US$120m loan deal with IFC 12 July 2018, Published under Cement News ARM Cement Ltd of Kenya is trying to reach an agreement with the International Finance Corp about a capital injection of US$120m in loans, acccording to ARM's Chief Executive Officer, Pradeep Paunrana. "Nobody just gives you US$120m without conditions," Mr Paunrana said.

  • Oman's Raysut mulls Kenyan cement group takeover

    Oman’s Raysut Cement Company aims to acquire ARM Cement, a leading producer and major supplier of cement in Kenya, as part of the company’s aggressive strategy to expand into East and Central ...

  • Oman cement giant eyes Kenya acquisition - Journal

    Oman’s largest cement manufacturer, Raysut Cement Company is eyeing acquiring Athi River Mining Cement (ARM) of Kenya as part of the company’s aggressive strategy to expand in East and Central Africa, the company disclosed on Tuesday.ARM Cement, which is a producer and major supplier of cement in Kenya and Africa in general, recently went into []