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Cement plants are facing increasingly tough requirements for sample analysis quality and complexity, and for sample throughput. This is partly a result of environmental regulations placing stricter controls on cement production, both in terms of pollution and energy consumption.
Cashless Transactions for Transport
The delivery of goods cannot be completed without the involvement of a transport agency, and cement is no exception. In the cement business, 35 per cent cost is attributed to distribution, out of which around 15 per cent is towards transportation alone.
Robotic labs | The Future of Quality Control
The Indian cement industry is more than 100 years old, but has seen major tech¡nological changes over the past 25 years. The advancements in quality control and testing laboratories started about a decade ago.
Pet Coke: Will the industry cash in?
The cement industry was looking for brighter days ahead, considering the potential that pet coke has as a fuel. But with a statutory ban on the usage of the commodity hanging fire, a few environmental concerns need to be addressed before pet coke utilisation comes of age.
Pet Coke and the American perspective
US oil firms produce large quantities of pet coke, which is expensive to store. Because of this, these companies are keen to sell their pet coke to energy-hungry developing nations, says JONATHAN LYONS.
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