The World Cement Association announced today that FLSmidth China, a wholly owned subsidiary of FLSmidth A/S, the supplier of production facilities, equipment and service solutions to the global mining and cement industry, has joined the international association as an Associate Member.
“With FLSmidth, we welcome an important player in the global cement industry to our membership,” said Vincent Lefebvre, Chairman of the World Cement Association. “We share FLSmidth’s commitment to helping deliver sustainable solutions that reduce the environmental impact of cement production, and look forward to working closely with them and our international membership to raise standards in the cement industry around the globe.”
FLSmidth has the full range of tools and expertise to be the leading productivity provider within cement and mining, and is committed to improving its customers’ productivity, driving down costs, and reducing the environmental impact of operations, taking a full plant-life-cycle perspective.
The firm has developed particular expertise in lowering the carbon footprint associated with production and reducing water usage around operations, as well as easing end-of-line recycling.
“As a leading contributor to cement production around the world, we share responsibility for driving the sector towards more sustainable productivity,” said Cyril Leung, Country Head of FLSmidthChina. “We are inspired by the work already done by the WCA to seek collaborative approaches to some of the central environmental and technological issues and opportunities faced by our industry today, and we look forward to contributing to this global discussion as Associate Member going forward.”
The 136-year-old company is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has over 11,368 employees worldwide, being present in more than 60 countries and conducting operations in more than 100.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/04112019/flsmidth-is-the-newest-associate-member-of-wca/
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