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Hydraulic cements have their roots in classical Greece and Rome. The components were lime and a volcanic ash, which together with water slowly reacted to produce a solid mass.
This served as the cementing substance for the more than 2,000-year-old Roman mortars and concrete as well as later construction projects in western Europe.
Road bases are made of cement and dirt mixtures. Bricks, tiles, shingles, pipes, beams, railroad ties, and other extruded goods are all made with cement. The goods are supplied ready for installation after being factory-prefabricated.
Concrete is the most commonly used construction material in the world today, hence cement production is very common. The production of cement in Lebanon has a variety of unique characteristics, the most notable of which are its quality, which meets worldwide standards, its affordable costs, and its advanced manufacturing methods.
The Lebanon Cement market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Lebanon now produces three times as much cement. About 5 million tpa of total cement production, which comes from three large cement mills, is used domestically. Exports of 1 million tpa are mostly made to Syria and Iraq.
Nemat Frem, the head of the Association of Lebanese Industrialists, praised the interim Finance Minister’s recent move to reduce income taxes on industrial firm owners by 35%, noting that the industry “was in desperate need of incentives.” This comes as analysts observe fierce competition from cement made with oil in Lebanon.
Cimenterie Nationale, a cement manufacturer, recently made a stunning announcement that it will temporarily suspend cement production. The company accused the government of closing its quarry in a news release, claiming that tighter rules have hampered Lebanon’s struggling industrial and economic sectors.
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