The company is requesting ideas on reducing carbon emissions from suppliers and partners.
Cement news updates
In November 2019, LOESCHE held its eighth technical seminar in Duesseldorf, Germany, aimed at process and maintenance personnel in the cement industry.
The company has launched GRAFiT 4.0, a software solution for central production monitoring and digital process optimisation, said to allow machine downtimes to be detected before they happen.
The company developed the concept with ASK Cement and its engineering partner, the Sibniiproject Cement Design Institute in Novosibirsk.
The company has announced that its production and sales targets have been met, and that it is now updating its development plan.
The company has decided to reduce its number of employees by 500; this includes 80 members of staff from its headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, and 420 staff from offices elsewhere.
CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project) has recognised HeidelbergCement with a place on the ‘Climate Change A-List 2019’.
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The plant has been built on 1.9 hectares of land and has a capacity of 2 million tpy of cement.
The company expects global construction output growth to reach 3.1% in 2020.
The company’s volunteers helped with a range of developments at the facility, including providing a more accessible entrance for young athletes in wheelchairs.
The company has announced a new range of polypropylene depth filter cartridges, suitable for a range of process and industrial applications.
The plant is valued at US$ 14 million, with the capacity to produce 2000 bags of cement.
The company has purchased its first Doosan wheel loader for its extensive rental fleet.
The company is to equip a grinding plant of Chettinad Cement Corp. Pvt. Ltd. with an MVR 6000 C-6 roller mill.
The company is set to review the targets set out in its 2050 Low Carbon Roadmap (2013/2018) to align with the carbon neutrality objectives set out in the European Green Deal.
The company is launching the eighth generation of its SPECTROMAXx with iCAL 2.0 ARC/SPARK OES Analyser.
The report is based on data provided by MPA Cement’s five member companies who supplied 78% of the cement consumed in the UK in 2018.
Imran Akram, IA Cement, provides an overview of the expected demand prospects and economic trends of the global cement industry for 2020.
The company is to enter into a share purchase agreement to acquire 100% of QMAG Ltd.
The company’s Atlanta and Newberry Cement Plants have received the Wildlife Habitat Council (WHC) Conservation Certification.
The company plans expand on its research into hollow fibre filter membranes.