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WCA welcomes China United Cement Corp.

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The World Cement Association has welcomed China United Cement Corporation (CUCC) as a corporate member.

WCA welcomes China United Cement Corp.

CUCC has more than 70 branches across China and produces a capacity of 80 million tpy. WCA now has members in over 35 countries,with membership continuing to grow.

“We are delighted to welcome CUCC to our worldwide cement community and particularly admire the company’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions along the production process,” said Norman Greig, Secretary General of the World Cement Association. “This focus naturally fits well with our own goal of working towards a more sustainable industry, so we expect some fruitful collaboration in this area.”

The company is highly focused on offering green, environmentally-friendly building materials, which are used in buildings, highways, underground mines, and tunnels.

“WCA provides a platform for global cement companies to communicate, exchange, learn, and share," said Cui Xingtai, Chairman of China United Cement. "It helps member companies strengthen exchanges and cooperation and promote the healthy and sustainable development of the world cement industry. As a WCA member company, China United Cement will work with its colleagues in the global cement industry to jointly safeguard the interests of the industry and fulfil its social responsibilities. It will contribute to the advancement of the world cement industry towards a sustainable future.”

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/03042018/wca-welcomes-china-united-cement-corp/

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