The cement industry contended that the sector wasn’t being provided with any subsidy by the government
ISLAMABAD: The sale of cement in the southern region of the country has increased by 21 per cent from 3.38 million tons in first...
The demand for cement manufacturers was projected to increase by 2.0 million tons, whilst coal-fired power plants would require 8 million tons by 2020
According to the Ministry of Industries and Production, in spite of the high cost of production and higher taxes, the prices of cement in Pakistan were lower than those in India and Sri Lanka
Profitability of KSE-100 index increased by 0.8% YoY during the third quarter of 2018
Southern region exports also surged by a gigantic 212.13 percent to 1.044 million tons against 0.334 million during July-September 2017
The company will increase its production capacity to 3.4 million tons per year, with a new plant expected to come online by June 2019
KARACHI: DG Khan Cement Company Limited posted a consolidated net profit of Rs8.93 billion in the fiscal ending June 30, 2018, up by 13.82% as...
Slower growth was attributed to the hectic election activities that were going on in the country.
Despite the disruption caused by the General Elections, the sector posted 5.10 per cent growth in July.
Cement makers have decided to increase Rs15 per bag in the northern region amid monsoon season and the government transition that has caused construction activity to slow down, Pakistan Today has learnt reliably.
The Pakistan Stock Exchange (PSX) continued its winning streak as the equity market stretched Wednesday’s rally, gaining 898 points (2.19 per cent) to close the day at 41,796.
Lucky Cement Limited won the Environment Excellence Award at the 15th Annual Environment Excellence Awards 2018, organised by The National Forum of Environment and Health (NFEH).
As global prices of coal have surged, the cement manufacturers to protect their bottom lines passed on the impact to the consumers by raising prices in the region of Rs15-20 per bag
Country’s cement exports grow by 1.77 per cent to 4.746 million tonnes