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July 2010

The July issue features World Cement’s annual World Review, a plant-by-plant, country-by-country round-up of international projects news. This is bigger than last year’s Review, proving that the cement industry is definitely picking up. Also in this issue, consulting companies describe their role in plant projects, and Paul Maxwell-Cook writes up his recent trip to Egypt, comprising interviews with ASEC Cement, Suez Cement and Lafarge Cement Egypt.


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Contents

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Inside Insight

Cement News

World Review 2010
Introduction

World Review 2010
Africa & Middle East

World Review 2010
Asia & Pacific Rim

World Review 2010
North & Central America

World Review 2010
South America

World Review 2010
Europe

Egyptian Encounter
Paul Maxwell-Cook recently visited Lafarge Cement Egypt and Suez Cement, and met with Giorgio Bodo, CEO of ASEC Cement. This selection of articles represent the highlights of discussions that he had with all involved.

Structuring Major Contracts - Turnkey or Multi-package?
Brian Boon and Marc Lambert, PEG Engineering SA, Switzerland, discuss the pros and cons of turnkey and multi-package contracts.

The Role of Consultants
Mark Mutter, Cement Performance International, UK, identifies the benefits of hiring a consultant for cement plant projects.


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