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West China Cement joins WCA

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The World Cement Association (WCA) has announced that West China Cement, one of China’s leading cement companies, is the latest addition to its international membership, now spanning 38 countries.

West China Cement joins as a corporate member. It is a building materials enterprise in China that employs more than 6000 people. Production capacity is spread across nearly 40 subsidiaries, and totals more than 30 million tpy of cement, 10 million tpy of aggregate, and 10 million m3/year of commercial concrete. It has been listed on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong since 2010.

“We are delighted to welcome West China Cement into the WCA family,” said Vincent Lefebvre, Chairman of the WCA. “Over the last 30 years, it has played a key role in restructuring and upgrading the cement industry in China, and has been a major advocate of improving transparency and sustainability in the sector so we are really looking forward to working together in the years ahead.”

“Today’s global cement sector is evolving rapidly, and we all face new and significant challenges, which we believe can best be tackled together,” said Weiping Ma, CEO of West China Cement. “The WCA has provided a strong global voice for the cement industry and we look forward to contributing to future discussions, working with its leaders and members to share ideas, insights, and best practice.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/01082019/west-china-cement-joins-wca/

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