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Blue Flag beach in Safi | HeidelbergCement Blog

For almost 20 years, we from Ciments du Maroc (part of HeidelbergCement Group) have participated in all kinds of initiatives under the slogan: "Let our beaches smile". Besides the main beach of the City of Safi, there are two others in our region that are part of our commitment – Lalla Fatna and Kouram Eddif – on the beautiful Atlantic ...

Southerly expansion creates new cement capacity in Morocco

Ciments du Maroc is supplying 220,000t of marine and high-quality cement for the power plant. Outlook While Morocco forges its construction to its most southerly points in its eagerness to develop, it is the cities of Casablanca and Marrakesh that are the key centres of cement demand. For this reason, analysts suggest that Ciments du Maroc is ...

Cement plant information for Ciments du Maroc - Aït Baha

Cement plant information including location and capacity for Ciments du Maroc - Aït Baha RSS Feeds CemNet.com the home of International Cement Review

Accident Ciments du Maroc Safi sur 2M - YouTube

May 13, 2013· Accident Ciment du Maroc Safi sur 2M du 13/5/2013. Turboden - Heat Recovery system with ORC technology for Ciments du Maroc (Italcementi) cement plant - Duration: 3:43. TurbodenItaly Recommended ...

Jorf Lasfar OCP Plant Expansion, Morocco ...

The plant plays a key role in a joint venture with foreign partners, for example Indian or Pakistani companies. Work began in 2010 and will end in 2020. To date, HeidelbergCement's subsidiary Ciments du Maroc has delivered 150,000 tonnes of high-performance and marine cement.

Juan TERES | Ciments du Maroc

A partir de 2004, Juan Terés est nommé au poste de Directeur des Achats dans plusieurs filiales du Groupe italien à savoir Financiera y Minera, Suez Cement et Groupe Asia Cement. Avant de joindre Ciments du Maroc, il occupe le poste de Directeur des Achats de la Zone Ouest et Sud de l'Europe et d'Acheteur Principal Mondial de Matériaux ...

Ciments du Maroc / HeidelbergCement Group - TURBODEN

Ciments du Maroc, an HeidelbergCement group company, is the second biggest cement producer in Morocco. THE NEED HeidelbergCement Group has the aim to reach, in the medium-term, 50 megawatts of installed capacity in Morocco from renewable sources, making a significant contribution to the group's energy requirements and its commitment to ...

Cement plant information for Ciments du Maroc - Safi

Cement plant information including location and capacity for Ciments du Maroc - Safi

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Aït Baha Cement Plant, Morocco HeidelbergCement Group. The Aït Baha plant is one of the most modern cement plants in Morocco. It benefits from advanced technologies for environmental protection and energy/water conservation.With an easily expandable production capacity of more than 2.2 million tonnes annually, this plant is intended to cover cement demand throughout southern …

HeidelbergCement Group | Ciments du Maroc

Depuis le 1er juillet 2016, Ciments du Maroc fait partie de HeidelbergCement Group.Suite à l'integration entre HeidelbergCement et Italcementi, le groupe devient, à l'echelle mondiale, le premier producteur de granulats, le second de l'industrie cimentière et le troisième du marché du béton prêt-à-l'emploi avec 60 000 collaborateurs travaillant dans plus de 3 000 sites de production à ...

Ciments du Maroc - Aït Baha Cement Plant

May 14, 2019· Ciments du Maroc - Aït Baha Cement Plant Details Parent Category: Morocco Category: Cement Industry Last Updated on 14 May 2019 Type: Cement Plant. Area: Souss-Massa-Drâa. Annual Production: 2.20 million tonnes of cement. Owner: Ciments du Maroc SA (CIMAR)

From CO2 to fish feed | HeidelbergCement Blog

Due to its location near the Atlantic Ocean, we decided to set up a large-scale facility at the Safi cement plant of HeidelbergCement subsidiary Ciments du Maroc. In mid-2018, the first algae were grown in small test beds, called 'runways'. Then, the flue-gas from the Safi kiln was connected to the runways.

HeidelbergCement réduit sa ... - Ciments du Maroc

HeidelbergCement annonce aujourd'hui la vente d'environ 1,1 million de titres représentant 7,8% du capital de Ciments du Maroc pour un montant total d'environ 1.495 millions de dirhams. Les titres ont été cédés à des investisseurs institutionnels marocains via une transaction sur le marché de blocs. Suite à cette opération, HeidelbergCement conserve une participation majoritaire ...

Cement Plant Location Information for Morocco

Cement Plant Location Information for Morocco. Cement plant locations and information on Morocco can be found below. For full access to the database, purchase The Global Cement …

Ciments de l'Atlas | CIMAT - Production Ciments | Maroc

Fort de sa position de leader de la promotion immobilière et confiant dans ses potentialités de développement à long terme du secteur du BTP au Maroc, Monsieur Anas Sefrioui a décidé d'étendre ses activités au secteur cimentier en créant en 2007 la société Ciments de l'Atlas (CIMAT).

Safi Power Plant, Morocco | HeidelbergCement Group

Operation and maintenance will be provided by Safi Energy Company. The total investment value is USD 2.6 billion. By the time of delivery of the project in 2017, HeidelbergCement's subsidiary Ciments du Maroc estimates that it will have delivered 220,000 tonnes of marine and high-performance cement.

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HeidelbergCement Sells Half Million Shares in Ciments du Maroc

Rabat – HeidelbergCement has announced the sale of around 500,000 shares, representing 3.6% of its shares in its subsidiary Ciments du Maroc for an estimated MAD 777.5 million (€73 million).

Noor Solar Power Plant, Morocco | HeidelbergCement Group

All involved members of the staff from the commercial, production, and logistics teams of Ciments du Maroc gave their all to meet the immense challenge of this major project: not only was the construction site located 250 kilometers away from the Marrakesh plant, but the cement trucks had to cross the 2,260-metre high Tizi-n-Tichka mountain ...

HeidelbergCement reduces its stake in Ciments du Maroc

HeidelbergCement has sold around 0.5 million shares representing 3.6% of Ciments du Maroc's share capital for an aggregate amount of approximately €73 million.. Dr. Bernd Scheifele, chairman of the managing board of HeidelbergCement, says: "The further reduction in shareholding is part of our action plan to optimise our portfolio and generate cash in order to speed up deleveraging.

Morocco | HeidelbergCement Group

At the beginning of 2011, the new cement plant in Aït Baha has begun its operations. The annual production capacity is up to 2.2 million tonnes. Today, after the closure of the Agadir plant, the annual production capacity of Ciments du Maroc is about 3.1 million tonnes of clinker and 4.8 million tonnes of cement.

Bienvenue à Ciments du Maroc | Ciments du Maroc

Ciments du Maroc, filiale de HeidelbergCement Group, est le 2ème cimentier au Maroc et le premier opérateur dans le Béton Prêt à l'emploi et les granulats.Le dispositif industriel de Ciments du Maroc se constitue de 3 usines (Aït Baha, Safi et Marrakech) et 3 centres de broyage (Laâyoune et Jorf Lasfar), 5 carrières de granulats et de 23 centrales à béton implantées à travers les ...

Informations légales | Ciments du Maroc

Ciments du Maroc s'efforce de présenter des informations actualisées sur son site Web. Pour autant Ciments du Maroc ne fait aucune déclaration ni ne consent aucune garantie ou engagement quant à l'exactitude, l'actualité ou l'exhaustivité des informations fournies.

List of companies and cities in Africa that manufacture cement

Ait Baha (Ciments du Maroc) Laâyoune-Sakia El Hamra region. Laayoune (Ciments du Maroc) Rabat-Salé-Kénitra region. Temara (Votorantim Cimentos) Mozambique. Cimentos de Mozambique, subsidiary of Portuguese company Cimpor at Matola; Dondo - also concrete sleeper plant; Nacala Sunera Cimentos; Namibia. Karibib - proposed 2008

Ciments du Maroc completes acquisition of ... - Global Cement

May 12, 2020· Morocco: Ciments du Maroc has completed its acquisition of Atlantic Ciment and Cimsud from the Anouar Invest Group following an agreement originally signed in July 2019. The subsidiary of HeidelbergCement now owns of the capital of the companies. Atlantic Ciment is building an integrated cement production plant in the province of Settat and Cimsud operates a …

HeidelbergCement reduces its stake in Ciments du Maroc ...

Following this transaction, Heidelberg-Cement will retain a controlling stake of 54.6 % in Ciments du Maroc and continue to fully consolidate the company. "HeidelbergCement is fully committed to remain the long-term majority shareholder of Ciments du Maroc, a key strategic asset within the Group's portfolio", said Dr. Bernd Scheifele ...

Aït Baha Cement Plant, Morocco | HeidelbergCement Group

With an easily expandable production capacity of more than 2.2 million tonnes annually, this plant is intended to cover cement demand throughout southern Morocco. Building began in 2008, and was completed by 2010. HeidelbergCement's subsidiary Ciments du Maroc supplied 110,000 m 3 of ready-mixed concrete for construction of the plant.

Ciments du Maroc reports first quarter ... - Global Cement

Morocco: HeidelbergCement subsidiary Ciments du Maroc made sales of US$88.4m in the first quarter of 2020, down by 9.8% year-on-year from US$100m in the corresponding quarter of 2019. Cement volumes fell by 9.9%. Ciments du Maroc said that it increased its capital expenditure by 43% to US$1.51m from US$824,000.

HeidelbergCement reduces stake in Ciments du Maroc ...

Morocco: HeidelbergCement has sold a 7.8% share of its stake in Ciments du Maroc to an unnamed local investor for around Euro140m. Following the transaction the German building materials producer retains a controlling share of 54.6% in its subsidiary. It has reduced its stake in Ciments du Maroc as part of its action plan to optimise its portfolio and improve cash generation.