OCC to raise milling capacity
- Oman: Sunday, October 28 - 2012 at 03:56
Oman Cement Co (OCC) has floated a tender for the contract to install a new cement mill with a capacity of 150 tonnes per hour, as the firm seeks to boost its cement grinding capacity, Oman Daily Observer has reported. The capacity expansion is the latest in a series of measures undertaken by the company in line with soaring cement demand, said Dr Abdullah Abbas Ahmed, chairman of the OCC. The company recorded a 20.8% increase in total cement sales to 1.689 million metric tonnes this year, from 1.398 million MT last year, he said. Clinker production also sharply rose to 1.505 million MT in 2012, from 1.037 million MT last year, he added.
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