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European cement plants

Mar 25, 2021

Plant data/European situation About 300 plants belonging to 138 companies are told to be operated in Europe ‹1›. Detailed information on the plants can be taken from the World Cement Directory ‹2 ›. However, only few information is available regarding the

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