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.
David joined Palladian Publications in early 2012 and is now the Editor of World Cement. As well as the day-to-day editing of content and working with article authors and advertisers, he is actively involved in the commissioning of material for both the magazine and its expanding online presence.
Prior to joining the company, David spent four years at Aberystwyth University where he gained an undergraduate degree in International Politics and a Master’s in Intelligence & Strategic Studies.
David currently lives in Woking, enjoys cycling, rugby and Asian food.
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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.
Graphene supplier and product manufacturer Nano Graphene Inc., dba GrapheneCA (“GrapheneCA”) introduced its new product line Original Graphene (OG).
At K 2019, Starlinger presents a closed loop system for big bags made from woven polypropylene. The sustainable concept 'circular packaging' will be Starlinger’s main theme at the K show 2019 as well as at the Starlinger Open House in Weissenbach/Austria.
The World Cement Association announced today that South Korea’s SAMPYO Cement, a leading cement producer established in 1957, has joined the international association as a Corporate Member.