Global Cement Magazine covers all aspects of the cement industry: Mining and quarrying, refractories, process optimisation, monitoring, alternative fuels, environment and safety, markets, country reviews, cement prices and a full review of the global cement news - every issue! Global Cement Magazine is audited by ABC - the Audit Bureau of Circulation.
Global Cement Magazine covers all aspects of the cement industry: Mining and quarrying, refractories, process optimisation, monitoring, alternative fuels, environment and safety, markets, country reviews, cement prices and a full review of the global cement news - every issue!
Cement News from International Cement Review. Brazil's cement market expands 3% in August. Apparent cement consumption in Brazil edged up 2.9 per cent YoY to 5.1Mt in August 2019, according to the country’s cement association, SNIC.
International Cement Review Magazine International Cement Review (ICR) delivers unrivalled business insight, market knowledge and technical expertise to the global cement industry . Whether you are involved in the production, trade or distribution of cement, clinker and allied products, ICR provides industry and country reports, technical studies, informed commentary and a wealth of …
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World Cement - July 2019 The July issue of World Cement features the annual World Review, which gives an overview of the many cement projects taking place around the world. The issue also includes features on: Bagging & Packing, Loading, Unloading & Dispatch, Clinker Cooling & Conveying, Fans, Software, Modular Grinding Plants, Alternative Fuels, Software, Automation & Process control, and …
SAMPYO Cement is the newest Corporate Member of WCA. The World Cement Association announced today that South Korea’s SAMPYO Cement, a leading cement producer established in 1957, has joined the international association as a Corporate Member.
Ultratech first produced cement in Bangladesh following Aditya Birla Group’s acquisition of ETA Star Cement in April 2010, when it bought into the latter’s Bangladeshi subsidiary Emirates Cement for an estimated investment of US$382m. The divestment of its sole Bangladeshi asset awaits bank approval.