It was the 1970s and there was a time when there was no shortage of cement.
But cement bricks were something different.
Now the cement factory in the city of Pakistan is producing a new kind of cement, a kind of brick.
It is a new brick made from cement bricks that can withstand the harsh conditions in the factory, the head of the cement company, Abdullah Saifullah, told The Associated Press.
It can withstand more than 40 degrees Celsius (104 Fahrenheit).
Saifllah also said the cement could be used for building walls, but it won’t be used to make bricks.
Pakistani cement factories are notorious for being dirty, but Saifullah says it will not become a big problem with this cement.
“We will be able to make these bricks at a reasonable cost and we will sell them as cement.
The factory will not be able for long to be able,” he said.
This is the latest step in the evolution of cement production in Pakistan.
But it’s not just about cement.
Other bricks made in the country have been exported to China, Russia and elsewhere.