asamer factories in libya back in operation


Libya: a new start - International Cement Review

Asamer was eager to SevenTrust operations as quickly as possible after returning to Libya in November 2011. By February 2012 it had its factories, such as the pictured El Fathaia plant, working again Asamer Holding took a number of steps to prevent its facilities and staff from harm during the recent conflict in Libya.

Elections to mark new start for Libya economy - Reuters

“We have oil, we have money, Libya can easily be just like Dubai,” the 47 year old, who works in manufacturing, said. “We just need foreign investors and hopefully they will now start coming

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Libya Holdings Group to buy out Asamer interest in LCC 29 April 2015, Published under Cement News Benghazi-based Libya Holdings Group is to acquire Austrian majority owner Asamer in the Libyan Cement Company (LCC), according to reports in the Libyan Herald. Asamer bought into LCC when it was privatised in 2008 paying LYD200m for a 50.6 per cent

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ESDF, Asamer form joint venture to develop Libyan cement

As part of Libya’s efforts to meet the ever increasing demand for cement, the Economic Social Development Fund (ESDF) and Asamer Group, an Austrian building company, have joined forces and established in October 2007 the Libyan Cement manufacturing joint venture company (JLCC).

LHG Buys Libyan Cement Company | Libya Business News

Libya Holdings Group Ltd. (“LHG”), the investment company focused on growth opportunities in the Libyan market, today announced that it has reached an agreement to acquire a majority stake in Libyan Cement Company Inc. (“LCC”) through a special purpose acquisition vehicle. The transaction will mark a further step towards establishing LHG’s position as a dominant force in the country

LIbya - Cement industry news from Global Cement

Striking news from Libya this week with the announcement that an investor with international backing wants to buy the majority stake in the Libyan Cement Company. Libya holdings owner Ahmed Ben Halim is in the process of buying out the Austrian Group Asamer that originally bought a majority share for US$145m back in 2008.

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Asamer Holdings | Libya Business News

Sarajevo Times reports that the first two trains of cement from the Lukavac factory in Bosnia and Herzegovina are on their way to Libya. The consignment of 1,258 tons of will be sent through Croatia and shipped to Libya from the port of Ploče. The company, which is part of Austria’s Asamer Group, expects to […]

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