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Largest Lime producer in the world announces R75 million for new plant

Lhoist, the largest lime producer in the world announced new private investments in the order of R75million in Minas Gerais to build a new fuel grinding plant in the city of Matozimhos, in the metropolitan region of Belo Horizonte. The company’s expectation is to generate at least 150 jobs, with a deadline for completing the works in November 2025

It will be the second plant in the city for the Belgian company,-which currently has five units installed in the state of Minas Gerais, in addition to Matozinhos. Sao Jose da Lapa, Arcos, Limeira and Doresopolis also have plants, which together, generate around 1,150 direct jobs. In the last five years alone, Lhoist’s investments exceeded R$470 million in Minas Gerais, according to the state government.

The installation of the new plant will enable operations with 100% biomass thus reducing co2 emissions dn favoring the state decarbonization process, highlights Fernando Passalio, who was accompanied in the Minas Gerais delegation by Joao Paula Braga, president of Invest Minas, an agency linked to Headquarters-MG and by the agency Director’s of Investment Mr. Leandro Andrade.

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