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World Cement - October 2013

World Cement - October 2013

The October issue features a Regional Report on India and South Asia, in which Thatta Cement and Lucky Cement, Pakistan, discuss recent plant projects. The National Council for Cement and Building Materials, India, looks at environmental regulations in the country, in addition to presenting the results of a recent study into the perceptions of cement buyers. Paul Maxwell-Cook asks if it’s a new era for the Indian subcontinent as he provides an overview of current developments in the region. Don’t miss World Cement’s plant tour of Holcim’s Untervaz cement plant in Switzerland, featured in this month’s issue. The rest of the October issue is dedicated to environmental topics, such as filters, energy efficiency and dust suppression.
 

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World Cement - September 2013

World Cement - September 2013

The September issue features a Regional Report on Latin America, in which UNACEM (Peru), Cementos Argos (Colombia) and Cementos Chimborazo (Ecuador) discuss recent expansion projects. The issue also focuses on German equipment ahead of the VDZ Conference in Düsseldorf, as well as looking at auditing, benchmarking and maintenance and additives for improved performance. The issue is accompanied by the annual Bulk Materials Handling Review supplement. This includes a look at the Hope cement plant, following its transition to new owner Hope Construction Materials.

Plus Bulk Materials Handling Review 2013 supplement

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World Cement - August 2013

World Cement - August 2013

The August issue places particular focus on pyroprocessing, with articles on refractory maintenance, lime kilns, temperature monitoring and much more. This month’s Regional Report feature takes a look at Sub-Saharan Africa, including articles from PPC Ltd, Tanzania Portland Cement Company and Africa Finance Corporation. Thomas B. Gibbons discusses Waste Heat Recovery in the Keynote article, providing an overview of WHR’s current status in the cement industry. In addition, World Cement Editor Katherine Guenioui writes about Italcementi’s Calusco Plant, following a recent site visit.
 

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World Cement - July 2013

World Cement - July 2013

The July issue features the annual World Review, a country-by-country, plant-by-plant listing of projects and contracts within the global cement industry. This is introduced by a Keynote article from Paul Maxwell-Cook, who takes a look at the highs and lows experienced by the sector over the last year. The issue also features articles on fan maintenance, vertical roller mills, a turnkey project case study by Overseas Development Company of Sinoma International Engineering Co. Ltd, as well as articles on research into multi fuel compatibility and quarry reject as raw material.
 

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World Cement - June 2013

World Cement - June 2013

The June issue is the second in our Environmental Series, looking at a range of issues from alternative fuels to filter media. You can read about mercury emissions monitoring in this month's Keynote article by John Kline, and learn about A TEC and Holcim Emerging Europe’s ReduDust project in the June cover story. Brazil is the focus of the Regional Report, with articles covering developments in the construction industry, as well as the challenges and achievements faced by the country’s cement sector since the 1970s.
 

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World Cement - May 2013

World Cement - May 2013

In the May issue, readers can find articles on materials handling and storage, including product news and case studies from around the world. The issue also features articles on the lime industry, software and alternative fuels. MENA and Turkey are the subjects of this month’s Regional Report, with details of contracts and projects carried out in the area. IA Cement Ltd reports on developments in international cement trade in the Keynote article, while Cemengal discusses an alternative solution for cement grinding and packaging in this month’s Cover Story.

Plus The Cement Collection - Case Studies supplement

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World Cement - April 2013

World Cement - April 2013

The April issue takes a look at North American technical innovations, from fall prevention from cement road tankers to meeting emissions standards. Other topics include SNCR/SCR projects, automation and monitoring systems, materials handling and wear protection. The issue features plant stories and project advice from a range of countries, such as Thailand and India. Robert Steininger provides an overview of software developments in the cement industry in this month’s Keynote Article. In addition, you can find an interview with FLSmidth MAAG Gear CEO Simon Jensen on the occasion of the company’s centenary.

Plus The Cement Collection - Reducing Emissions supplement

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World Cement - March 2013

World Cement - March 2013

The March issue includes a lead feature on ‘Refractory Management’, with articles covering refractory lining, installation, solving failures and thermal scanning. Consultants answer some questions on pressing issues for the cement industry in a special Q&A, while other features take a look at grinding aids and cement additives, as well as the use of nanotechnology in the construction industry. This month’s Keynote article comes from JAMCEM’s Mark Mutter, who weighs up the comparative advantages of ball mills and vertical roller mills for cement grinding. Finally, Paul Maxwell-Cook provides an overview of the cement industry in China in this month’s Regional Report.

Plus The Cement Collection - Grinding supplement

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World Cement - February 2013

World Cement - February 2013

The principle focus of the February issue is ‘Materials Handling: Quarry to Kiln’. This includes articles on a range of topics, from chains and conveyors to case studies from around the world. Developments in burner technology are also discussed, with technical articles from Dynamis, Unitherm Cemcon and FCT Combustion. This month’s regional report takes a look at Southeast Asia, examining cement demand, pricing, input costs and future trends in both the large cement producing nations such as Thailand and Indonesia, as well as the smaller producing countries such as Laos and Myanmar. In addition, this month’s keynote article by Dirk Lechtenberg of MVW Lechtenberg & Partner, which reviews the handling and storage of alternative fuels, is not to be missed.  

Plus The Cement Collection - Pyroprocessing supplement

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World Cement - January 2013

World Cement - January 2013

This month sees the first of World Cement’s ‘Special Environmental Issues’, opening with an article from CEMBUREAU’s Koen Coppenholle discussing EU legislation in relation to the cement industry. The rest of the issue goes on to look at a variety of topics, ranging from mercury emissions, to SCRs, to innovations with microalgae. The issue will also include the final installment of the PCA’s trilogy of articles on NESHAP. January’s ‘Regional Report’ focuses on Russia and the CEE, including case studies, an in-depth view of the Polish cement market, as well as the impact of changes in construction activity throughout the region.
 

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