HeidelbergCement Poland: One of largest cement mills in Europe

HeidelbergCement comple­ted the capacity expansion project at its cement plant in Górazdze, Poland, with the commissioning of a new cement mill. The new mill, which is one of the largest ball mill in Europe, has a capacity of 1.4 million tonnes per year and ideally complements last year’s increased kiln capacity. In 2012, total cement capacity in Poland rises to 5.6 million tonnes.

“The expansion of both kiln and mill capacity was done in a very capital efficient way with total investment costs of less than €80 per tonne of cement. The expanded capacities enable us to better meet rising demand...

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