Malabar Cements Pallipuram plant to reopen after six years

Print this page

India: Malabar Cements' Pallipuram plant in Kerala, which has 600t/day of production capacity, plans to restart production after a layoff of six years. The trial run was started on 20 March 2015.

The plant was shut in 2009 following a clinker shortage and labour issues. After funds were received from the state government in 2014, renovation of the plant costing around US$780,939 and 200 workers went on for a year.

Last modified on 27 May 2015

Register for the Global Cement Weekly email newsletter

Global Cement Weekly is Global Cement’s weekly email newsletter. Keep up to date with cement industry news, analysis, diary dates and news of people in the sector.

Register >

URL: https://www.globalcement.com/news/item/3658-malabar-cements-pallipuram-plant-to-reopen-after-six-years

© 2022 Pro Global Media Ltd. All rights reserved.