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Nguyen Van Thien

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Viet Nam National Cement Association

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www.globalcement.com

VCA's chairman Nguyen Van Thien urged cement producers to boost their trade promotion and export heavily in 2012 to deal with the surplus.
He expected that the producers could export more than 7Mt of cement in 2012, a massive increase over 2011, when the country exported 1.5Mt. Vietnamese cement is exported mainly to China, Indonesia and Bangladesh, as well as several African and southeast Asian countries.


www.globalcement.com [cached]

Despite admitting the current cement glut on the local market, a number of projects are still underway as such schemes are enlisted in the nation's Zoning plan and project owners have invested huge sums in such plants, according Nguyen Van Thien, chairman of the Vietnam Cement Association.


www.epsvn.com [cached]

Nguyen Van Thien, chairman of the Viet Nam National Cement Association, said the country is expected to achieve cement output of 75 million tonnes by 2015, 10 million higher than demand by that time.


www.vietnamconsult.com [cached]

Nguyen Van Thien, chairman of the Vietnam Cement Association, said limited power supply was not so worrying since the cement industry had revised down its estimated output in 2013 from 60 million to 50 million tons due to a fall in demand.
"A number of factories are operating at only 70% of their designed capacity, the market demand is shrinking, so power cuts will not spell much trouble," he told the Daily. However, if all cement factories, even those in the areas with high demand, currently running at full capacity, were to suffer power cuts, then it would result in a huge headache, he added.


vir.com.vn

"It is not fair to apply separate power prices for the cement and steel sectors," agreed Nguyen Van Thien, chairman of Vietnam National Cement Association.
The rational for the increase is that these industries consume a large proportion of the country's total power production, particularly as the majority of steel and cement factories are using outdated, high-energy consuming technology. Thien said cement plants recently improved their technology with improvements from G7 countries. "The total designed production capacity of Vietnam's cement industry reached 68 million tonnes, mostly using high technology equivalent to other ASEAN members'," said Thien. "Moreover, most domestic cement firms are suffering due to the woeful real estate market. If the power price increases it could push a number of them to the wall," he added.


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