BUZZI UNICEM SPA

Second production line at Apazapan/Mexico

On 26.01.2017, Buzzi Unicem’s associate Corporación Moctezuma officially inaugurated a second production line at the Apazapan cement plant, with the Governor from the state of Veracruz, Mr. Miguel Ángel Yunes, in attendance. The event was also attended by the municipal presidents of Apazapan and Emiliano Zapata, several deputies from the state of Veracruz, members of local government, the Italian ambassador to Mexico, and a number of customers, suppliers and collaborators.

The addition of the second production line now brings the production capacity of the Apazapan cement plant to 2.6 million t/a of cement.

www.buzziunicem.it

Related articles:

Issue 11/2017 BUZZI UNICEM S.P.A.

Buzzi Unicem acquires 50?% of Ecotrade S.p.A.

At the beginning of 2017 Buzzi Unicem acquired 50?% of Ecotrade S.p.A., a company with approximately 30 years of experience in the commercialization and recycling of industrial waste and byproducts...

more
Issue 04/2011

Buzzi Unicem USA purchases cement terminal in Illinois

Buzzi Unicem USA has completed the acquisition of a 30 000-ton cement storage dome and distribution terminal from Ozinga Bros. located in Joliet, Illinois. This is the latest addition to the...

more
Issue 7-8/2015 LOESCHE

New order for cement mill including COPE gearbox

Cementos Moctezuma, Mexico commissions Loesche from Duesseldorf/Germany with the delivery of a LM 53.3+3 C cement mill including a COPE gearbox and thus decided in favour of the latest...

more
Issue 10/2017 BUZZI UNICEM

The MN32 project in Texas

The project to modernize the Maryneal plant in Texas/USA (MN32: Maryneal 3200 t/d of clinker) was officially presented to Buzzi Unicem management, local authorities and plant employees at the end of...

more
Issue 7-8/2018 BUZZI UNICEM

Buzzi Unicem is one of the leading partners in the Cleanker project

The goal of the Cleanker (Clean clinker production by calcium looping process) project is to determine whether the carbon dioxide generated during the cement production cycle can be “captured” to...

more