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24 Dec 2015

Belarusian cement mills, Eurocement Group sign cooperation agreement for 2016

MINSK, 24 December (BelTA) – Belarusian cement mills and the holding company Eurocement Group have signed an agreement on cooperation in 2016, BelTA learned from Yevgenia Filimonova, Press Secretary of the Belarusian Architecture and Construction Ministry.

The document will regulate interaction between Belarusian Cement Company and the leader of the Russian market of construction materials. The document was signed by Eurocement Group President Mikhail Skorokhod, Director General of OAO Belarusian Cement Plant Igor Lozhechnikov and Director General of OAO Krichevcementnoshifer Vladimir Korchevsky.

The agreed volume of shipments is expected to satisfy the demand for Belarusian cement on the Russian market. Apart from that, a working group has been set up to oversee pricing practices on the market.

“For the last few years we’ve been vigorously and fruitfully cooperating with Eurocement Group. I am convinced that the agreement will once again confirm the reliability and integrity of the partners,” noted Belarusian Architecture and Construction Minister Anatoly Cherny.

In turn, Mikhail Skorokhod added he was glad to continue the closest kind of cooperation with Belarusian manufacturers. “Belarusian cement manufacturers have been and remain our strategic partner,” he summed up.

The Belarusian cement mills and Eurocement Group started negotiations on cooperation in 2012. Trade operations began in 2014.

Eurocement Group is an international industrial holding company. It is one of the world’s top five cement manufacturers and comprises 19 cement mills in Russia, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan as well as factories that make concrete, reinforced concrete products, and open pits where non-metallic materials are extracted.

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