Cement facility reports & maps
Detailed supply-side analysis of the cement industry that reviews all cement manufacturing plants in different regions, including integrated gray and white cement plants, cement grinding stations, and slag cement grinding units.
The cement research reports provide a comprehensive view of cement manufacturing capacity in the region, for each unit documenting cement production capacity, number of cement production lines, location, ownership, and group relationship. The reports also provides a quantitative segment analysis of the units, output capacities, cement production lines by country, sub-region, corporate owners and groups to help the reader understand cement company production market shares across the continent as well as within sub-regions.
The reports include high-level maps noting the location of the cement production units. However, the compendium maps - the first of their kind - provide a unique and large scale, strategic look at the all the cement facilities in the respective regions in the form of a large scale poster in physical print.
Use of alternative fuels in Spain and the rest of EuropeThe addition of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere through the burning of traditional fossil fuels has long been cited as the primary cause of global warming and climate change. Efforts to arrest climate change have centered on the reduction of carbon emissions, and the cement manufacturing industry is doing its part primarily through the use of alternative fuels in the clinker...25 November 2013
New Regenerative Thermal Oxidation (RTO) with Integrated NOx ReductionOdor emissions had been a problem for the cement plant in Wopfing, Austria for several years. Due to the location of the cement plant in a narrow valley, nearby villages were affected by its emissions. After 10 years of testing different waste gas cleaning systems, the Wopfinger Baustoffindustrie GmbH decided to install a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) to control...18 November 2013
Next stage in vertical roller mills with Siemens technologyTwo compact solutions for the optimum and energy-efficient driving of vertical mills. A look at cement-production figures worldwide reveals considerable growth over the years. This gives rise to a demand for even higher-performing and naturally economical production systems.
15 October 2013