From mine to the product

From mine to the product

Date:
March 13th to 15th 2017
FLSmidth's 'From the mine to the product' seminar will provide building material professionals with an opportunity to learn how to improve the quality of their processes.
Venue:
Martin Luther University Halle/Wittenberg, Von-Seckendorff-Platz 3, D-06120 Halle (Saale), Germany
Contact:
Mrs Maria Lotze,
maria.lotze@geo.uni-halle.de,
Tel: +49345526151
Fax: +49345527180

2nd Global SynGyp Conference & Exhibition on wet scrubbers and synthetic gypsum
Dates:
30-31 March 2017
The event will bring together scrubber operators and other syngyp producers together with syngyp users, as well as equipment producers, shippers, traders, academics and analysts in one place, for information exchange, networking and business. Covering all types of synthetic gypsum (including FGD gypsum, also known as DSG and REA Gips), the event will look at the delicate balance between cost-effective flue gas desulphurisation and the production of a high-quality synthetic gypsum product that can be used by wallboard, cement, agricultural and other sectors.

Venue: Lindner Congress Hotel, Lntticher Str. 130, 40547, Dnsseldorf, Germany
Contact: Amanda Crow, Pro Global Media Ltd.
E mail: delegates@propubs.com
Ph: 44-1372 743837

3rd International Conference on Alternate Fuels and Raw Materials
Date:
23 March 2017 - 24 March 2017
The Cement Manufacturers' Association India (CMA) will hold the 3rd International Conference on Alternate Fuels and Raw Materials in the Cement Industry. The conference aims to facilitate technical, regulatory and financial solutions for increasing alternate fuels and raw materials usage in the cement industry.

Venue: Venue: Crowne Plaza New Delhi
Contact: Dr SK Handoo, Adviser (Technical),
Tel: +91 120 2411955, 2411957, 2411958,
Fax: +91 120 2411956
Visit www.cmaindia.org

Global CemProcess Conference & Exhibition 2017
Date:
24 - 25 April 2017
Global CemProcess is a conference and exhibition for the cement industry that looks at process optimisation, de-bottlenecking, production maximisation and troubleshooting. With over 2,500 cement plants around the world, many of them in sold-out or in hyper-competitive markets, the drive for each additional tonne of production and for process efficiency is ever-more important.

Venue: Hallam Conference Centre, 44 Hallam Street, London W1W 6JJ, London, UK
Contact: Amanda Crow, Pro Global Media Ltd,
delegates@propubs.com
Ph. 44-1372 743837

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