When it comes to tying together different building components like stones, bricks, and tiles, cement is one of the greatest materials available.
When mixed with water, cement, which is a finely ground material, becomes hard. All kinds of constructions use it around the world.
Made from natural minerals like limestone, shale, and clay, to mention a few, cement is a fine powder-like substance. The raw materials are burned in a kiln to form “clinker,” which is then processed into the more recognisable cement powder while gypsum is added. When this powder is combined with water, it transforms into a binding agent.
The Turkey 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.
Under the new name Türkimento, the Turkish Cement Manufacturers Association (TMB) will carry on with its business.
The association presented its future goal with the public as Türkimento while promoting the alteration of its identity and logo at an online launching meeting.
Modern production techniques and minimal environmental impact were priorities when the Limak Anka integrated cement plant in Ankara, Turkey, was inaugurated.
The plant’s innovative approach has produced an exceptional track record in terms of achieving national and international requirements by utilizing the newest generation of equipment, optimizing performance, and adopting industry best practices.
In order to expand its strategy of making investments in regions with significant growth potential, the Brazilian-based cement business Votorantim Cimentos has opened a new cement factory in Sivas, Turkey.
In Sivas, which is 900 kilometers from Istanbul and 500 metres from the Turkish capital of Ankara, the new plant will take the place of an ageing facility.
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