Kohat Cement (KOHC) conducted its corporate briefing on 26th Nov’20 to discuss the financial performance of 1QFY21, its future prospects, and strategy. To highlight, KOHC witnessed a whopping… Read More »Kohat Cement plans to set up a Greenfield cement plant in Punjab
State Cement Corporation of Pakistan (SCCP) established a 1000 TPD Romanian cement line at Kohat in 1984. The Government of Pakistan in open bidding in 1992 privatized the Company.
The new management headed by Aizaz Sheikh (CEO) undertook an extensive BMR program in 1995 funded by proceeds of a public offering and a commercial debt. The capacity of the Plant was enhanced to 1,800 TPD by engaging KHD, a renowned German Company
KCCL has been in expansion mode since then and timely converted to coal firing, established a white cement plant of 450 TPD production capacity, set up a new grey cement line of 6,700 TPD capacity and also established a standby power plant of 22.4 MW capacity.
Kohat Cement Co Ltd (KOHC) in Pakistan announced a big expansion programme in the north of the country at an estimated cost of PKR3.5bn (US$21.67m).… Read More »Kohat Cement Co announces US$21.67m expansion programme
Kohat Cement Co Ltd (KOHC) has reported a YoY drop of 93.6 per cent in profit for the half year ended 31 December 2019. It… Read More »Lesser sales hit profit of Kohat Cement in 1HFY19-20
“Kohat Cement Company Limited has successfully commenced Commercial Operations from its Brownfield Expansion Project of 7,800 tpd Grey Cement Production Line (including WHR power plant)… Read More »Kohat Cement’s latest expansion increases capacity by 80pc
Kohat Cement Co Ltd (KCCL) has announced its financial results for the half year ended 31 December 2018, declaring a net profit for the period of PKR1.526bn (US$10.9m), a fall of 7.17 per cent YoY, as compared to PKR1.644bn in the same period last year.
The company had net sales during the half year PKR8.391bn from PKR6.867bn during this period, an increase of 22.19 per cent. KCCL incurred increasing distribution costs of PKR 73m against PKR68m in the same period last year. The administrative expenses also increased to PKR127m compared to PKR101m incurred in the same period last year.