Cement prices today evening, Saturday 3-10-2020 | Economy

Local cement prices stabilized during the evening trading today, Saturday, October 3, 2020, amid the decision to resume construction and extend the reconciliation period for building violations until the end of this October.
The price of reinforced cement was recorded at 683 pounds per ton, the average price of Aswan cement was 670 pounds per ton, and special cement recorded 678 pounds per ton, and Shura cement 785 pounds per ton, while the price of rock cement reached 703 pounds per ton, Swedish cement 700 pounds per ton, and Nasr cement 663 pounds per ton And Helwan Cement 700 pounds per ton, Egypt Beni Suef Cement 750 pounds per ton, and Askari Cement 673 pounds per ton.
The average price of white cement was 2,400 pounds, the price of custom white cement was 2,500 pounds, Super Sinai was 2,460 pounds, and a custom royal was 2,430 pounds per ton, as for the white oasis, the price was 2,425 pounds per ton.
The average price of mixed cement was 625 pounds per ton, palm cement 615 pounds per ton, Oasis cement 620 pounds per ton, and Swedish cement 625 pounds per ton.
The average price of salinity-resistant cement was 728 pounds per ton, Qaher Al Bahar cement 723 pounds per ton, Suez Cement “Seawater” 715 pounds per ton, and Sewedy resistant cement 725 pounds per ton.

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