Some of the week's most popular stories from the team at World Cement.
HeidelbergCement reported an improvement in its occupational safety performance in 2017 in its latest Sustainability Report, although its environmental performance deteriorated on the back of the integration of Italcementi.
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Benjamin Sporton, current Chief Executive of the World Coal Association, has been appointed Chief Executive of the Global Cement and Concrete Association.
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Indian cement production continued its double-digit growth in April, before falling back to grow at 5.2% in May, as coal and steel production also showed positive trends.
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Qatar National Cement Co. and Fives FCB have signed the provisional acceptance certificate finalising the implementation of the fifth production line at the Umm Bab plant.
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Holcim (Deutschland) has completed the installation of a new SCR plant at the Beckum cement plant.
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Opterra’s Karsdorf plant has begun a project to install a new SCR emissions control system in order to meet tightening German emissions regulations.
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