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World Cement - March 2012

World Cement - March 2012

Our March issue focuses on comminution. The range of topics includes the role of consultants, processing alternative fuels, and gears, drives and lubrication. This month’s regional report looks at China and Taiwan. Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight gears up for the IEEE-IAS PCA Cement Industry Conference in San Antonio, Texas, with interviews with Corinne Prince-Fields and Clifton Stapleton.
 

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World Cement - February 2012

World Cement - February 2012

Our second issue of 2012 focuses on materials handling from the quarry to the kiln. Topics range from conveying and storage to weighing and feeding, whilst plant maintenance and refractory management are also covered. This month’s regional report looks at the GCC countries. Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight discusses the improvements to infrastructure and the developments in trading relations that are spurring growth in Colombia’s cement industry.
 

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World Cement - January 2012

World Cement - January 2012

We begin 2012 with a Special Environmental Issue, focusing especially on global targets and trends, and, on the technical side, filters, baghouses and dedusting. Burning and processing alternative fuels also gets a mention, as does mercury emission monitoring. For our regional report, we focus on Russia – a country with enormous potential. Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight looks at how Poland is faring on its road to prosperity.
 

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World Cement - December 2011

World Cement - December 2011

The final issue for 2011 is our Special Comminution Issue. This includes articles on turnkey projects, raw material crushing, wear resistance and grinding aids – amongst others. The Regional Report transports us to South East Asia, and a keynote article looks at the two archipelagos, the Philippines and Indonesia.
 

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World Cement - November 2011

World Cement - November 2011

This November issue is one of our biggest this year. Packed full of technical articles and case studies, there is plenty to keep everyone interested. Our working in challenging environments feature is highlighted by an article from Thomas Box that will definitively keep you hooked until the end. The issue also includes a large feature on reducing emissions with case studies from all over the world, showing that environmental issues are a global industry concern. There are also articles on white cement production and application, case studies in burners, materials handling and much more. Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight is focused on clinker coolers this month, and as the magazine will be distributed at the AUCBM Conference the magazine includes a preview of the conference and the Regional Report features articles from the Middle East and North Africa.
 

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World Cement - October 2011

World Cement - October 2011

This month sees a varied set of articles, all fitting under our lead feature: Process Control and Automation. It showcases novel XRF/XRD analysis systems, power project case studies, as well as monitoring systems across the whole plant. There is also a training feature with articles from VDZ and the PCA, looking at how to best use and develop the human talent in this industry. Our Regional Report will transport you to India and Pakistan, and Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight delves into the optimism in Oman.
 

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World Cement - September 2011

World Cement - September 2011

Our September issue includes a wide selection of articles as part of the Enhancing Performance theme, from Auditing to Gears and Drives to Lubrication. Planned to coincide with the Editor, Katherine Markham’s attendance at the XXVIII FICEM-APCAC Conference in São Paulo, Brazil, our Regional Report this month is focused on Central and Latin America. There are also a host of technical articles and case studies from this growing economic region. Our ‘15 Facts On...’ feature is still going strong, and this time, naturally, we’re educating you on Latin America.
 

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World Cement - August 2011

World Cement - August 2011

This month, the theme is Pyroprocessing. Topics include Cement and Lime Kilns, Preheater and Precalciner Technology, as well as Refractory Management. The issue also includes a Global Shipping Update from Peter Sand at BIMCO, as well as Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight on Iraq: ‘Rebuilding the Foundations’. Finally, this month’s regional report includes articles on Sub-Saharan Africa from IHS Global Insight, HeidelbergCement Africa and more. And don’t miss our new feature ’15 Facts On...’ which this month should enhance your knowledge of the Sub-Saharan region of Africa.  
 

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World Cement - July 2011

World Cement - July 2011

July sees the return of World Cement’s annual ‘World Review’, a plant-by-plant, country-by-country round-up of international projects news from the past year. The issue will also include an Equipment Review of the latest in milling systems technology, and a feature on XRF/XRD analysis. This month, Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight looks at process control and automation from an end user’s perspective.
 

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World Cement - June 2011

World Cement - June 2011

This month, World Cement publishes its second Special Environmental Issue of the year. The issue focuses on filtration, dedusting and quarry rehabilitation, including articles from Holcim, Cemex and Intensiv-Filter. The issue also includes an update on innovative new cement and concrete technologies in the article ‘Innovations in Sustainable Development’, as well as Paul Maxwell-Cook’s Industry Insight on Oceania. Finally, this month’s regional report includes articles from Turkey and an update on industry developments in Egypt and the Mashreq countries, following recent political upheaval in the region.
 

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