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SOFIA (Bulgaria), March 16 (SeeNews) – Kaolin, the wholly-owned Bulgarian subsidiary of Germany’s Quarzwerke GmbH, plans to invest 30 million euro ($37 million) in setting up a new processing plant in the town of Dulovo, in the country's northeast.
The plant's construction will start in 2019 and will take about two years to be completed, Kaolin told SeeNews in an email.
The plant will process kaolin and silica sand and will supply the ceramics and glass industry.
Kaolin is a mineral extracting and processing company, which offers a number of products, including kaolin, feldspar, limestone, silica sand and others.