Paraguay’s INC cement group is upping production by 40%

Paraguayan state-run cement company INC has already spent more than USD $76m (€65m) of the amount it raised from government bonds to replace the firm’s clinker furnace and add a new cement mill.

The company is planning to increase production by 40% “soon” and is investing in drying equipment and more raw materials.

INC also has plans to spend a further USD $2m in new pallet handling equipment for its Villeta plant and a new bagging machine for its Vallemi unit.

The group currently produces around 55,000 bags of cement per day.

This story first appeared in La Nacion. July 2018.

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