Resource management company Geminor has signed an agreement for the delivery of 120 000 t of SRF to cement producer Aalborg Portland.
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With new cement lines installed, an additional three Wärtsilä 34DF dual-fuel engines, each with an output of 10 MW, have been ordered for Lucky Cement’s Pezu power plant.
The company is investing in a new service centre in Reno, NV, to bring machining, fabrication and refurbishment capabilities closer to its cement and mining industry customers in North America.
The company has joined Foundation 2°, a network of entrepreneurs for progressive climate policy, in hopes of making climate protection a sustainable and successful business model.
Arab Swiss Engineering Company ASEC and the Sudanese producer, Al-Takamol Cement Company, have announced that they will sign a 3-year agreement for the operation and maintenance of Al-Takamol Cement Plant.
The company has announced the launch of its green concrete ECOPact in Latin America, starting in Ecuador, Colombia and Mexico, with all key markets due to follow in the first half of 2021.
The building materials solutions supplier has transported 2 million t of aggregates across the UK by rail this year, saving over 100 000 road movements and 12 500 t of carbon compared to using trucks.
The company has been awarded with a new contract for the supply of a second cement grinding station to ACICO Cement, consisting of a complete cement mill workshop.
The company has announced that James Brotherton will join the executive management team as Chief Financial Officer designate on 1st January 2021.
The CEMEX plant in Morata has obtained for the third consecutive year the RSA + seal that is awarded annually by the Government of Aragon.
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The companies have announced a two-and-a-half-year service agreement covering the full flowsheet at 17 TITAN Cement plants across in Europe, Africa, North- and South America.
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) recently announced the winners of the 2020 Safety Innovation Awards, recognising creative safety-enhancing projects in the cement industry.
To reduce the moisture content of the alternative fuel (RDF) for the kiln burner, Lafarge Zementwerke GmbH Mannersdorf has awarded A TEC a contract for the implementation of its innovative Flash Dryer.
From 2021 and for the coming three years, Hoffmann Green will supply Eiffage Génie Civil with its low-carbon cement.
Command Alkon and Libra Systems, Inc. have executed a transaction making Libra Systems, Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Command Alkon.
The company’s ultra low-carbon concrete is being used on an Environment Agency flood defence project in Birmingham.
Since September 2020, the Gmunden hospital has been supplied with heat from the Gmunden cement works, which means that more than twice as much waste heat can be sensibly used than a year ago.
The pilot project ‘catch4climate’, for which four cement manufacturers have joined forces, is actively tackling the capturing of carbon and its subsequent industrial use.
The company’s subsidiary, Ciments Calcia, has presented the draft terms of its large-scale investment and reorganisation programme for several of its sites in France.
The company has delivered about 170 t of printing material specially developed for concrete 3D printing, for Europe’s largest residential building which is currently being printed in Bavaria.
The company has priced a €850 million sustainability-linked bond with a coupon of 0.5% maturing in 2031.
As PCA members continue to drive down the carbon intensity of their operations and products, PCA will develop a roadmap by the end of 2021 to facilitate its member companies achieving carbon neutrality across the concrete value chain by 2050.
The company recently held a ‘groundbreaking’ ceremony triggering the start of the construction of its new US$30 million grinding unit in Duqm in Oman.
Gebr. Pfeiffer will supply the raw meal mill and the coal mill for Shree Cement’s new clinker line.