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Sinoma International Engineering welcomed by WCA

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World Cement Association, an independent organisation working on a global basis to represent and promote the cement industry, has welcomed Sinoma International Engineering as an Associate Corporate Member.


“We are delighted that Sinoma Engineering is joining the WCA as we are eager to work with all stakeholders in the industry, not just cement producers alone,” said Norman Greig, Secretary General of the World Cement Association. “The insights Sinoma Engineering will be able to share with our diverse membership will offer a different context and perspective on the challenges and opportunities our industry is facing."

Sinoma International Engineering, a company focused on engineering construction and distributing their products and services within the domestic market as well as to overseas markets, is headquartered in Beijing. Additionally, Sinoma Engineering also offers environmental and photovoltaic engineering services.

“Partnerships with organisations across the industry has been key in fuelling our growth and we value very highly the exchange of ideas and cooperation with other stakeholders,"said Song Shoushun, chairman of Sinoma International Engineering. "The WCA is a platform that facilitates dialog and sharing among stakeholders in the cement industry, making an invaluable contribution to its sustainable development, and we look forward to working with the WCA members”.

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