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NORM participates in international events

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NORM Cement Company has a strong international reputation in the field of cement and concrete production and works closely with organisations and international clients.

In 2015, the company participated in a number of international events in the field of cement and concrete, including the 17th Congress of the European Ready Mixed Concrete Association (ERMCO). The event took place in Istanbul with the support of the Turkey Ready Mixed Concrete Association (THBB). Nearly 400 delegates from many countries around the world discussed the role of the concrete and concrete innovations.

NORM employees also attended a Fives Pillard event on 21-23 September in Marseilles, France. The Fives Pillard – 2015 event was a technical workshop. The main topics of the seminar were the combustion characteristics of the fuel used in cement production and combustion optimisation processes.

One of the most memorable events of the year took place on 11-12 November. The 22nd International Conference of IFF was conducted by Germany's Weimar. Construction Research Institute Weimar focused on building materials, manufacturing technology and production processes. More than 300 experts attended the event.


Edited from source by Joseph Green. Source: NORM

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