• Abay to boost Ethiopia’s cement by 2.5 million tons – New ...

    May 18, 2020  May 18, 2020 May 18, 2020 newbusinessethiopia Abay Cement, cement production, Dangote Cement, Ethiopia, Habesha Cement, Messebo Cement, Mugher Cement With an investment of 8.8 million birr (about $262 million), Abay Cement Factory is set to boost Ethiopia’s annul cement production capacity by 2.5 million tons.

  • Ethiopia - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Sep 07, 2016  Ethiopia: Dangote Cement is to invest US$450m to double its current production capacity to 5Mt/yr at its Oromia Plant. The Nigerian cement producer has already received a 36ha plot of land from Oromia State, near the plant's site in Mugher, Adebern Wereda. The company requested the land from Oromia Investment Commission in September 2015.

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  • Ethiopia’s challenging cement market: consumption ...

    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.

  • Dangote to Invest USD16 billion in Africa in 3 years ...

    Besides, Mugher – he said – is a major cement hub in Ethiopia. “The plant will produce our premium 42.5 cement quality grade that has raised the bar as far as cement usage in Africa is concerned, because of its superior qualities that include extra strength, extra yield and extra life,” he announced.

  • New Cement factories development and news SkyscraperCity

    Oct 06, 2011  Mugher expansion to ease cement shortage By Groum Abate Monday, 21 April 2008 11:42 About half of the expansion project of Mugher Cement Enterprise launched with an investment of 1.4 billion birr, has reportedly been completed.

  • Ethiopia: Concrete Demand - allAfrica

    Mugher Cement factory has an annual production capacity of 2.3 million tonnes of cement after its expansion project at Tatek added 876,000tn to the previous capacity of 1.4 million tonnes.

  • Cementing the Future - Addis Fortune

    The Company derives its massive investment in cement from the low per capita cement consumption on the continent. If GDP in Africa continues to grow at the five percent annual rate it has managed over the past decade, demand for cement should grow at seven to 10pc, reckons Andy Gboka of Exotix – a UK-based investment bank, which specialises ...

  • Ethiopia: Concrete Demand at Record Levels, Exponential ...

    Mugher Cement factory has an annual production capacity of 2.3 million tonnes of cement after its expansion project at Tatek added 876,000tn to the previous capacity of 1.4 million tonnes. Its actual production also stands at 83pc, the same as Messobo and National, whose full capacities stand at 2.24 million tonnes and 1.35 million tonnes ...

  • Ethiopia’s challenging cement market Aggregates Business

    May 22, 2018  Cement makers Derba Midroc, Mugher, Messebo, Dangote and Habesha control 70% of Ethiopia’s cement market, with Dangote saying its share has now reached 27%. The rest are small cement plants relying on vertical shift kiln technology, according to Ethiopia’s Ministry of Industry’s ‘Cement Industry Development Strategy 2015-2025’.

  • Ethiopia: Concrete Demand at Record Levels, Exponential ...

    Mugher Cement factory has an annual production capacity of 2.3 million tonnes of cement after its expansion project at Tatek added 876,000tn to the previous capacity of 1.4 million tonnes. Its actual production also stands at 83pc, the same as Messobo and National, whose full capacities stand at 2.24 million tonnes and 1.35 million tonnes ...

  • Ethiopia - American firm to construct $570 mln cement ...

    According to a survey conducted by Mugher Cement Enterprise, based on 1992-2000 historical growth rates demand for cement, the demand gap of cement in 2006/2007 is over 3.5 million tonnes. Related ...

  • Dangote Cement Ethiopia PLC Company Profiles Africa ...

    The Mugher plant itself provides the evidence: it is the only cement facility locally to have vertical mills for its grinding processes and is uniquely run by a sophisticated robotics system, helping to ensure its products are in line with world class standards (32.5R and 42.5R).

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  • Ethiopia’s challenging cement market Aggregates Business

    May 22, 2018  Cement makers Derba Midroc, Mugher, Messebo, Dangote and Habesha control 70% of Ethiopia’s cement market, with Dangote saying its share has now reached 27%. The rest are small cement plants relying on vertical shift kiln technology, according to Ethiopia’s Ministry of Industry’s ‘Cement Industry Development Strategy 2015-2025’.

  • Ethiopia: investing for a better future

    The Abay Cement plant will be the second new entrant since Dangote Cement’s 2.5Mta Mugher cement plant opened in 2015. Dangote Cement's presence raised tensions and gunmen killed the company's country manager in May last year. Furthermore, lower cement volumes were recorded in the country in 2018 for the Nigerian manufacturer.

  • Mugher Earns 409mln Birr in Gross Profit, Ethiopia

    The price tag for the same quantity of cement at the enterprise’s plant in Mugher is 125 birr, according to the manager. With the demand for cement increasing, Mugher embarked upon an expansion project a year ago, which, when completed, will increase its cement production capacity by 150 per cent. Currently, Mugher cement produces 800-900tpa.

  • Ethiopian cement focus - Global Cement

    Jan 24, 2013  Other barriers to foreign investment in the country include the fact that all land is owned by the government, with industrial groups having to hold long-term lease agreements to set-up facilities. ... Mugher Cement, a state-owned venture, is located in central Ethiopia. It began production in 2007 with a capacity of 0.7Mt/yr.

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  • Ethiopia: Mugher Cement Achieved Only 31 Percent of Target

    Mugher Cement Factory, one of the cement factories in Ethiopia, earned 23.5 million Birr during the first 6 months of the current fiscal year. This was a mere 31 percent achievement of the target the factory set at the beginning of the fiscal year.

  • TRADELAND NEWS: ETHIOPIA: Ethiopia’s largest cement plant ...

    Feb 08, 2012  Certainly, the two largest privately-owned cement plants have a lot more in common in putting up a fight against the state-owned Mugher or the party-affiliated endowment company, Messebo. For instance, both have installed dual furnaces that burn fuel and coal, while Mugher has a furnace that burns only fuel, which makes them 45pc cost-effective.

  • Ethiopia's Biggest Cement Factory Inaugurated

    The Derba plant will add 2.5 million tons of cement per year, while expansions to Mesobo Building Materials Production Plc and state-owned Mugher Cement Enterprise will add another 1 million, it said.

  • Habesha Cement - Campuscrosswalk

    Mugher Cement Factory located 105 Km west of Addis Ababa has a maximum capacity of 850,000 tons per annum. It was the major cement producer in the country until the Messebo Cement plant which is located in Mekelle, Tigray Regional State become operation in May 2000. ... In the original goals, return on investment (ROI) might have been stated ...

  • Ethiopia Probes Killing of Dangote Cement Country Manager ...

    May 17, 2018  Ethiopia is Dangote Cement’s biggest market outside of Nigeria, with sales rising 13 percent to about 2.2 million metric tons in 2017, according to the company’s website.

  • Ethiopia: Mugher Cement Achieved Only 31 Percent of Target

    Mugher Cement Factory, one of the cement factories in Ethiopia, earned 23.5 million Birr during the first 6 months of the current fiscal year. This was a mere 31 percent achievement of the target the factory set at the beginning of the fiscal year.

  • TRADELAND NEWS: ETHIOPIA: Ethiopia’s largest cement plant ...

    Feb 08, 2012  Certainly, the two largest privately-owned cement plants have a lot more in common in putting up a fight against the state-owned Mugher or the party-affiliated endowment company, Messebo. For instance, both have installed dual furnaces that burn fuel and coal, while Mugher has a furnace that burns only fuel, which makes them 45pc cost-effective.

  • Ethiopia's Biggest Cement Factory Inaugurated

    The Derba plant will add 2.5 million tons of cement per year, while expansions to Mesobo Building Materials Production Plc and state-owned Mugher Cement Enterprise will add another 1 million, it said.

  • Habesha Cement - Campuscrosswalk

    Mugher Cement Factory located 105 Km west of Addis Ababa has a maximum capacity of 850,000 tons per annum. It was the major cement producer in the country until the Messebo Cement plant which is located in Mekelle, Tigray Regional State become operation in May 2000. ... In the original goals, return on investment (ROI) might have been stated ...

  • Ethiopia Probes Killing of Dangote Cement Country Manager ...

    May 17, 2018  Ethiopia is Dangote Cement’s biggest market outside of Nigeria, with sales rising 13 percent to about 2.2 million metric tons in 2017, according to the company’s website.

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  • Dangote Industries (Ethiopia) PLC Vacancies and Jobs in ...

    About Dangote Industries (Ethiopia) PLC Dangote Industries (Ethiopia) P.L.C., is subsidiary of Dangote Group that is based in Lagos, Nigeria. The company is setting up a new 2.5MMT per annum cement plant at Oromiya National Regional State, West Shewa Zone, Ada Berga District, Mugher which is 80kms, from Addis Ababa.

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    Feb 03, 2012  Mugher and Messebo reduce the price of cement,asked the Government to stop importing cement :cheers: Addisfortune Published On Nov 20, 2011 Mugher, Messebo Ask Gov’t to Stop Importing Cement State owned Mugher claims it is sitting on a mountain of cement

  • News: Ethiopia moves to reassure investors after gunmen ...

    May 18, 2018  Liyat Fekade. Addis Abeba, May 18/2018 – After the tragic killing of three staffs of the Dangote Cement Ethiopia office, the government moves to reassure investors both in the country and those eying the country as their next business destination to “provide the level of support and protection required by investors”.. Dr Belachew Mekuria (PhD), Commissioner, Ethiopian Investment ...

  • Cementing Development? Uneven Development in an Import ...

    Reflecting this developmental approach is the government’s decision not to privatize but expand Mugher Cement between 2006 and 2011 with an investment outlay of $150 million, thereby tripling the company’s capacity to 2.3 million tons and ensuring it a 20 per cent market share in Ethiopia.

  • Ethiopian cement factories mull replacing coal with biomass

    Jul 16, 2019  Dangote Cement and Habesha cement factories took the initiative in using biomass and locally mined coal, according to Yohannes. The Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Chemicals and Construction Inputs Industry Development Institute in collaboration with Dangote Cement and Mugher Cement factories on Thursday launched a tree planting campaign ...

  • Ethiopia: Derba Midroc Cement Plant African Development ...

    Description The Derba Midroc Cement plant project, located 70 km north of Addis Ababa, was approved in November 2015. It involves mining the Derba-Mugher limestone deposit of 165 million tons of limestone and treating it in a cement plant. The plant has a capacity to recover 5,600 tons per day of clinker and 7,000 tons per day of cement as a finished product, for an annual production of 2.5 ...

  • Dangote Group to double investment in Ethiopia - Ethiosports

    According to ENA, Dangote’s investment in Ethiopia currently hit 600 million US dollars. He opened a cement plant in Ethiopia in 2015 at a cost of 480 million US dollars at Mugher, about 85km away from Addis Ababa. The factory has a production capacity of 2.5 million tonnes of cement per annum.

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    Feb 03, 2012  Mugher and Messebo reduce the price of cement,asked the Government to stop importing cement :cheers: Addisfortune Published On Nov 20, 2011 Mugher, Messebo Ask Gov’t to Stop Importing Cement State owned Mugher claims it is sitting on a mountain of cement

  • News: Ethiopia moves to reassure investors after gunmen ...

    May 18, 2018  Liyat Fekade. Addis Abeba, May 18/2018 – After the tragic killing of three staffs of the Dangote Cement Ethiopia office, the government moves to reassure investors both in the country and those eying the country as their next business destination to “provide the level of support and protection required by investors”.. Dr Belachew Mekuria (PhD), Commissioner, Ethiopian Investment ...

  • Cementing Development? Uneven Development in an Import ...

    Reflecting this developmental approach is the government’s decision not to privatize but expand Mugher Cement between 2006 and 2011 with an investment outlay of $150 million, thereby tripling the company’s capacity to 2.3 million tons and ensuring it a 20 per cent market share in Ethiopia.

  • Ethiopian cement factories mull replacing coal with biomass

    Jul 16, 2019  Dangote Cement and Habesha cement factories took the initiative in using biomass and locally mined coal, according to Yohannes. The Ministry of Trade and Industry and the Chemicals and Construction Inputs Industry Development Institute in collaboration with Dangote Cement and Mugher Cement factories on Thursday launched a tree planting campaign ...

  • Ethiopia: Derba Midroc Cement Plant African Development ...

    Description The Derba Midroc Cement plant project, located 70 km north of Addis Ababa, was approved in November 2015. It involves mining the Derba-Mugher limestone deposit of 165 million tons of limestone and treating it in a cement plant. The plant has a capacity to recover 5,600 tons per day of clinker and 7,000 tons per day of cement as a finished product, for an annual production of 2.5 ...

  • Dangote Group to double investment in Ethiopia - Ethiosports

    According to ENA, Dangote’s investment in Ethiopia currently hit 600 million US dollars. He opened a cement plant in Ethiopia in 2015 at a cost of 480 million US dollars at Mugher, about 85km away from Addis Ababa. The factory has a production capacity of 2.5 million tonnes of cement per annum.

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  • Top cement manufacturers in East Africa - CCE l ONLINE NEWS

    The total investment cost is in the order of USD$ 351miilion. The clinker production capacity is 5,600 tons per day (8,000 tons of cement per day). ... Mugher Cement Mugher Cement factory is a state owned enterprise established with a purpose of producing and supplying cement and carrying out related activities that are important for the ...

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    Dangote Cement is Africa’s leading cement producer with operations in 10 African countries, revenues in excess of US$2.2 billion and 24,000 employees. We are a fully integrated quarry-to-customer producer with production capacity of up to 45.6 million tonnes per annum (Mta) across Africa at the end of 2017.

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  • Dangote’s $480m Ethiopian cement factory to open on June 5 ...

    May 26, 2015  Located in Mugher District, the cement plant is said to be the single largest investment by an African in that country and the fifth offshore cement plant of the company to be rolled out in the last one year in Africa, coming after Senegal, Cameroon, South Africa and Zambia.

  • Cement Market Set for a Concrete Future in Ethiopia ...

    The cement market has two orientations- price and quality, according to cement retailers around Addis Abeba, “Price is not a principal factor in the cement market,” says Senait Worku, a retailer who works around the Saris area, along Debrezeit road. “Mugher, for

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  • ETHIOPIA MOVES TO REASSURE INVESTORS AFTER GUNMEN KILL ...

    May 20, 2018  Liyat Fekade Addis Abeba, May 18/2018 – After the tragic killing of three staffs of the Dangote Cement Ethiopia office, the government moves to reassure investors both in the country and those eying the country as their next business destination to “provide the level of support and protection required by investors”. Dr Belachew Mekuria (PhD), Commissioner, Ethiopian Investment