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IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Technical Conference registration

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World Cement,

Registration is open for the 57th annual IEEE-IAS/PCA Cement Industry Technical Conference, taking place at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto, Canada, on 26 – 30 April.

As well as the technical sessions, tutorials and new professional training, this year delegates will have the opportunity to visit the biggest cement plant in Canada, the St. Marys Bowmanville facility.

Every major cement manufacturer will be represented. Booth space is limited so exhibitors are encouraged to register early.

Eleven New Professional Training Sessions will be offered this year, each one scheduled twice. The topics and sponsors are listed on the Conference web site, along with many of the technical presentation abstracts. There will also be tutorial sessions including MSHA recertification as well and a General Practices Tutorial entitled AFR’s Thermal Substitution and its Impact on Process and Emissions.

 “This year’s Conference technical content is shaping up to be one of the best ever,” said 2015 Conference Chairman Martin Vroegh of St Marys Cement. “No other conference brings this level of technical knowledge to the industry.”

To register for the conference go to or call +1 440 572 6007. 

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