Increasing cement capacities in UAE

Raysut Cement Company (RCC) has acquired UAE’s Pioneer Cement, thus representing it one of the biggest cement manufacturers in the Gulf area. Raysut Cement Company was formed in 1981 with a 210 000 ton capacity four-stage suspension Pre-heater kiln. The output was subsequently enhanced to 250 000 tons with extensive modification and optimization. Today, Raysut Cement’s total cement capacity has reached to 3.0 million t. The acquisition of Pioneer Cement has build in further 1.7 million tons, expandable to 1.8 million tons, to the already existent capacity of RCC, turning it into approximately 4.7 million tons every year.

 

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