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The future shall demand less energy intensive greener cements

Dr Sujit Ghosh, Executive Director – New Product and R&D, Dalmia Cement (Bharat), discusses the alternative raw materials that can be used in the production of cement and its impact on carbon emissions while underscoring the major challenges faced in using other cementitious materials.


Optimisation is about doing more with less

Rizwan Sabjan, Head – Regional Sales Enablement, FLSmidth, sheds light on the use and implementation of connectivity-based technologies and AI for the smooth transitioning of the cement industry from manual to automated processes that make cement plants more sustainable and greener.


Taking the Technology Highway

Digitisation is no longer an option, it is the need of the hour for cement companies. More than the fear of losing out to competition, it is factors such as efficiency, returns and sustainability that are fueling IT initiatives in the industry. ICR takes a closer look at the IT approach that manufac..


FLSmidth delivers flagship emission solution to Cimpor Cement

Cimpor has asked FLSmidth to deliver a chlorine bypass solution for their site in Souselas


Opportunities for MSW in India

Managing waste in the urban areas is always a pain area for any local authority. Normally huge fuds are provided in the budgetary allocation but the solutions are not easy. One of the ways, is the use of incinerators to burn the waste but that increases pollution and is pretty expensive. However cem..


FLSmidth wins cement grinding plant contract in Bangladesh

FLSmidth to deliver a cement grinding line to Meghna Cement Mills in Bangladesh. FLSmidth has signed a contract with Meghna Cement Mills for engineering, procurement and supply of equipment for 415 TPH Portland composite cement at 3,800 Blaine cement grinding unit in their existing cement product..


FLSmidth secures contract with Iraq Cement

FLSmidth has won a contract worth over US$ 200 mn to construct a 6,000 tpd cement plant in Al Muthana province of southern Iraq.


Tech in Cement

Cement consumption has charted a steady upward trend these past years. Consumption has increased from 166 mt in 2011 to 249 mt last year. On the back of key growth drivers, demand is expected to grow to 398 mt by 2017 and to 600 mt by 2025.


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