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February 2010

The February issue covers a range of bulk materials and alternative fuels handling applications and technologies. The issue additionally provides a focus on the cement industry in the MENA region to coincide with the INTERCEM Conference taking place in Egypt in March. A preview of the event is featured in the issue.


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Contents

Lessons Learned in Zahana
Giorgio Bodo, Chairman and CEO of ASEC Cement, Egypt.

Strength and Resilience
Jose Maria Magrina, Sergio Alcantarilla and Karim Abdelmonsef, Arabian Cement Company, Egypt.

Export Opportunities in the Middle East
Dr. M. Rahim Vaseghi, Islamic Azad University – Shiraz Branch and S. Mohsen Mohammadi, BEST Company, Iran.

Intercem Cairo
The provisional programme for the event.

Growing for Good
Cementos Argos is in the process of strengthening its position through the sustainable development of its Cartagena plant.

Waste Not, Want Not
Tomomichi Nakamura, Shin-ichiro Saito and Yasuhiro Sagara, Taiheiyo Cement Corporation, Japan.

Conveyor Efficiency - More Than Just a Pipe Dream
Paul Holt, Conveyor Product Manager, Greenbank Materials Handling.

Silo Modifications and New Builds
Horst Poelleritzer and Karl-Peter Soennichsen, IBAU HAMBURG, Germany.

Heavy Duty Conveying
Inge Meldgaard, Cimbria Bulk Equipment, Denmark.

Adapting to Extreme Conditions
Sandra Landwehr describes the challenges faced by SMB International GmbH, Germany.

A Flyash Premiere
Jean-Claude Poncet, Silexport International, France.

A Challenging Task
Matteo Magistri and Pietro Recchi, Mapei SpA, Italy.

Environmental Action
Hascon Engineering S.p.A., Italy, has recently completed two successful ESP revamping and replacement projects.

Dryer Modernisation at Yugcement
Pavel Jelinek and Dipl. Eng. Petr Poskocil, ZVVZ Engineering, a.s., Czech Republic.


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