PPC Zimbabwe volumes for this financial year are expected to grow three percent on the back of increased exports into the region, an official said yesterday. Managing director Mr Njambo Lekula told The Herald Business yesterday that while there was an improvement in cement exports, the domestic market remained subdued. "On the domestic side, we are not doing very well . . . the market is stressed," he said. "The 3 percent growth will be derived from exports which have slightly improved."
A slowdown in
The company, he said, secured loans from
PPC, with an annual capacity of 1,2 million tonnes intends to double its capacity by building a clinker plant in
The second phase involves crushing of the clinker into cement powder.
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