RAKWCCM Ras Al Khaimah Company for White Cement & Construction Materials
Ras Al Khaimah Co. For White Cement & Construction Materials (RAKWCCM) is a group of companies was founded by an Emire decree in 1980, located in Ras Al Khaimah Northern UAE Emirate, overlooking Arabian Gulf and embraced by world’s renowned Hajjar mountains of Ras Al Khaimah offering best quality limestone to our diversified industries. The group of companies enjoys a unique location, close to main source of raw materials, proximity to largest general cargo and break bulk port within Arabian Gulf (Port of Mina Saqr) enabling and offering our high quality to the export market, also close to network of roads which facilitates the inland movement to UAE.
Inauguration of Kiln II up gradation works
H.E. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Humaid Al Qassemi has inaugurated the upgrading works of Kiln II basically supplied by Messrs. Taiheyio Engineering back in 1985, relevant work started March 1st,2013 and fired the kiln on July 8th,2013 with total investment amount of Mio AED65.0 The above mentioned upgrade will help our company to increase its annual white clinker production capacity by MT 150,000.Read More>>
Anti – Dumping duties to Subcontinent India finally came to an end
We would like to announce that as of June 9th,2013, Ras Al Khaimah Co. For White Cement has won the anti-dumping case regarding white cement exports to Sub-continent India which was previously imposed by DGAD back in 2001.
Earlier, Ras Al Khaimah Co. For White Cement exports to India were subjected to 32USD/MT as Anti-Dumping Margin. However, and after thorough work and follow-up with various governmental bodies and institutes in UAE & Sub-Continent India, the referenced value was finally withdrawn.
Executive management would like to thank and congratulate all company employess and sincerely hoping that this would be a launching pad towards more success.
Government of India
Ministry of Commerce & Industry
Department of Commerce
(Directorate General of Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties)
Udyog Bhawan, New Delhi
Recommendation – Article 99
“After having concluded in the earlier paragraphs that non continuation of anti
dumping duties will not lead to likelihood of continuation or recurrence of dumping and
injury to the domestic industry, the Authority recommends not to continue the anti dumping
duties on the imports of the subject goods from the subject countries which were imposed by
the Central Government vide Notification No 99/2001-Customs dated 3rd October, 2001, and
extended vide Notification No 56/2007-Customs dated 12th April 2007 and further extended
up to 11th April 2013 by vide Notification No.28/2012-Customs (ADD) dated 21st May”