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World Cement - May 2011

World Cement - May 2011

The May issue coincides with the IEEE-IAS/PCA Conference taking place in St Louis towards the end of the month. As has become our tradition, the issue is made up of projects news from across North America, an industry update from the PCA, and articles detailing North American technical innovations. In addition, we have an update on ARRA spending and its impact on the construction industry.
 

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World Cement - April 2011

World Cement - April 2011

This month’s Regional Report focuses on Central and Eastern Asia, including an economic overview from IHS Global Insight and an update from Taiheiyo Cement, which was prepared prior to the Japanese earthquake and tsunami. Additional features on materials handling, storage and feeding are also included, together with one of our biannual looks at lime, gypsum and mortar.
 

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World Cement - March 2011

World Cement - March 2011

This month, World Cement turns to China and Taiwan for its regional report. The China Cement Association discusses the influence of the country’s development strategy, and the Taiwan Cement Corporation provides an insight into Taiwanese investments in China. The March issue also includes articles on comminution, alternative fuels, XRF/XRD analysis, process control and automation, as well as the role of consultants in the cement industry. Also, in anticipation of the upcoming IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Conference, Paul Maxwell-Cook interviews this year’s Chair and Vice Chair.
 

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World Cement - February 2011

World Cement - February 2011

The February issue features a Regional Report on GCC and Maghreb countries, including a special report on Morocco from Paul Maxwell-Cook. The issue then goes on to examine materials handling technologies, issues of refractory management and plant maintenance. It also includes a special interview with KHD, looking at the company’s plans for the future.
 

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World Cement - January 2011

World Cement - January 2011

2011 begins with the first of this year’s Special Environmental Issues. With articles looking at issues with legislation and regulations, case studies about blended cement, analysis of the appropriate CEM solution for your plant, and technical articles discussing filters, baghouses, monitoring systems, burners and more, this really is a bumper start to the year. In addition, this month’s Regional Report looks at Central and Eastern Europe, including Russia, with a regional overview from Paul Maxwell-Cook and case studies from Azerbaijan, Hungary and Albania.
 

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World Cement - December 2010

World Cement - December 2010

The December issue is the latest in the 2010 series of Special Issues, which this time focuses on comminution. We have articles from the major players in this field, including Polysius, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Gebr Pfeiffer AG, Bedeschi and Hazemag. The issue includes reports on turnkey projects from Dangote Cement and Maerz Ofenbau. Our Regional Report this month will be on China, and includes an interesting article looking at China’s involvement in the CSI.
 

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World Cement - November 2010

World Cement - November 2010

World Cement is proud to present the second 168 page issue in three months 0 a sign that things for the cement industry are looking up. The Regional Report in this issue focuses on the MENA Region, and includes industry and economic overviews, plant stories and a preview of the 16th Arab International Cement Conference & Exhibition. Also in this issue are articles on filtration, energy efficiency, alternative fuels, emissions reduction and cement and materials testing. Something for everyone!
 

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World Cement - October 2010

World Cement - October 2010

World Cement’s series of Special Issues continues in October, which takes Power & Automation as its main focus. We have articles from the leading suppliers in this field, including FLSmidth MAAG Gear, Siemens and ABB. Our Regional Report this month looks at the cement industry in India and Pakistan – two massive growth regions facing overcapacity. With the recent flooding in Pakistan, Cement Pakistan Company updates readers on the likely impact the devastation and reconstruction will have on the cement industry.
 

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World Cement - September 2010

World Cement - September 2010

The September issue has been prepared to coincide with both the FICEM-APCAC Conference and Intercem Americas, taking place in Jamaica and Brazil respectively. The Regional Report focuses, therefore, on the cement industry in Latin America, with plant stories and case studies from across the region. Aside from this, the issue includes a range of articles on the subject of ‘cutting costs and improving efficiency’ – vital in these turbulent economic times. Finally, to give us an idea of the impact of the global economic downturn, we have a feature on shipping and trade, including an excellent report from BIMCO.
 

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World Cement - August 2010

World Cement - August 2010

The latest in our series of Special Issues focuses on Pyroprocessing. This issue includes articles describing the latest developments in burning technology, refractory materials, thermography, wear and corrosion reduction, and alternative fuels. The Regional Report this issue is Sub-Saharan Africa, with a special focus on South Africa. Industry Insight provides a thorough report on the country’s economy and the construction industry’s place within this, and there is also an article from Lafarge South Africa about Project Rainbow. Giorgio Bodo of ASEC Cement takes us through the process of establishing the company’s first greenfield plant, which is located in Sudan. The issue concludes with the postponed ‘Q&A: Comminution’, carried over from the July issue.
 

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