Kenya's Athi River Mining to build cement factory in South Africa - report.

By bne IntelliNews August 23, 2011
Kenya's Athi River Mining plans to set up a cement production factory in South Africa, the Business Daily Africa reported. The project is part of the company's move to boost its revenue by nearly 20%, its managing director, Pradeep Paunrana, was quoted as saying. According to the report, Athi River Mining has already acquired limestone minefields in South Africa. Our target date for production in South Africa is 2013, Paunrana was cited as saying. Established in 1974, Athi River Mining manufactures cement, lime, sodium silicate, various industrial minerals, fertilizers and special building products.

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