Russia: Sibirskiy Cement spent a total of US$17.8m towards upgrading its cement plants in 2016. It spent US$5.2m towards modernising and automating production and about US$12.6m on the repair and maintenance of equipment, according to local media. Installing automated control systems was a priority of the upgrade work. Notably, the cement producer’s Topkinskiy plant received upgrades to its grinding and finished products units. Upgrade work will continue in 2017 with purchases of both domestic and foreign equipment.
Sibirskiy Cement spent US$17.8m on upgrades in 2016
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24 - 25 April 2017, London, UK
Process optimisation in cement manufacture
The first-ever Global CemProcess Conference on process optimisation in the cement industry will take place in London in 24 - 25 April 2017 at the Hallam Conference Centre in the heart of London, and will Include a confirmed visit to Hanson Cement's Ketton cement plant on 26 April to see industry-best-practice case studies in action.