US: Hawaiian Cement has announced the relocation of its Kahului Harbour cement terminal to an adjacent facility, previously occupied by a sugar company. The Maui News newspaper has reported the reason for the relocation as a disruption caused by operations at the terminal to a neighbouring company’s unloading operations, which caused “a significant constraint to operations and safety at Pier 2.” The new terminal, adjoining Pier 3, will have two cement silos with a joint capacity of 6000t, up by 88% from 3200t. Hawaiian Cement says that this will enable it to meet 100% of demand on the island of Maui.
Hawaiian Cement moves terminal
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