A new Munson Ribbon Blender, model HD-3.5-9-SS, features an integral bag dump station that collects dust generated during manual dumping activities, improving worker safety and plant hygiene.
Cement news updates
Arab Swiss Engineering Company (ASEC) and the Iraqi conglomerate KAR Group have announced signing a 3-year agreement for the operation and maintenance of Qarachough Cement Plant; a 1.9 million tpy facility owned by the Iraqi conglomerate near Erbil city, Iraq.
The deal move will result in a reduction of approximately 45 000 metric tons of CO2, annually; equivalent to around 9500 passenger vehicles driven for a year, based on the US Environmental Protection Agency estimate.
The World Cement Association is urging the global cement industry to more effectively embrace decarbonisation.
The agreement with WAGENER-Schwelm and NILOS concerns distribution, manufacturing, and intellectual partnership.
The World Cement Association has expanded its international network by welcoming China’s Sunnsy Group.
More cement news updates
The Matermaco Group is the new official dealer for Terex Trucks in the Benelux region.
The trucks are Stage V compliant.
The acquisition is expected to improve the safety and efficiency of plant maintenance activities.
The VDMA has presented a discussion of new technologies for reducing CO2 in the cement industry.
Road Heroes Day is a national campaign to celebrate the unsung heroes of the UK’s roads.
The cement was supplied for the construction of a road in the village of Teploye, Lipetsk region.
The company joined the WCA in August 2019 as a founding Associate Corporate Member.
The company supplied thousands of tonnes of aggregates from its Whatley quarry.
The trial was led by John Sisk & Son, in collaboration with Construction Robotics.
The memorandum of understanding relates to carbon dioxide capture and storage.
Anton Paar discusses particle size analysis for the cement industry.
The company’s concrete admixtures have reached aesthetic demands for the theatre in Strasbourg.
The company has worked with industrial customers in Mexico for 10 years.
The company was awarded at the Considerate Construction Scheme’s 2019 National Ultra Site awards for its work in Nottinghamshire.