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Bekabadcement




20 Istiklol Street, Bekabad, Tashkent Oblast, 702900, Uzbekistan

Reception: +10 (998 7091) 2 24 48, 2 49 61

Sales department: +10 (998 7091) 2 42 13

General manager: Karaboyeva Feruza Pulatovna

Year of foundation: 1926

Power: capacity of cement production – 818 thousand tons, clinker – 654 thousand tons annually

History: The cement plant was put on stream on June 26, 1926 in Bekabad village. With an initial annual capacity of 25,000 tons of cement Bekabadcement was a pioneer cement plant in Uzbekistan.
1938 – re-equipment of the plant to produce 155,000 tons of cement annually
1962 – after an upgrade the plant produced 670,000 tons of cement per annum
The lime producing worshop was commissioned in 1964.
March 1995 the plant is transformed into Bekabadcement OJSC. After the USSR collapse the plant suffered from short deliveries of raw materials from a field in Tajikistan but it still maintained stable operations.
2003 – the output is on steady rise.
2007 a major expansion of the output due to increasing production of mixed cement grades.
Currently Bekabadcement OJSC is the fourth largest by capacity plant in Uzbekistan.
The plant delivers cement to Tashkent and Tashkent oblast markets and exports to Kazakhstan.

Production: The plant produces PC 400 D20, SPC 400, SRPC 400 D20 cement grades. Bekabadcement products were used in construction of Nurek and Farkhad hydro power stations, Fergana and Syrdarya thermal power stations, Uzbek Smelter, the biggest Airport in Central Asia, Shurta gas and chemical complex and a number of other energy and industrial enterprises. Its cement was also used for construction of Baikonur facilities.

The planned investment program: For the purpose of modernization and increase of effectiveness of production the holding plans various projects, organizes various works at Bekabad including change of one of the raw material grinding mills to a mill with a higher capacity,  construction of a new rail-way spur tracks and additional rail-way track to reduce down time of rail cars. Commissioning of a packaging line is also planned; this allows packing not only into 50 kg bags but also 1000 kg bags.
The planned investments are expected to increase the available clinker capacity at the Bekabad plant by around 0.007 mln ton of clinker annually and the available cement capacity by around 0.008 mln ton of cement annually by 2014.