Welcome to the home page for Global Cement Magazine. Here you will find links to the digital versions of the latest issue of the magazine, back issues, global cement news, a full editorial programme, subscription and registration pages and information for prospective contributors.
Global Cement Magazine covers all aspects of the cement industry: Mining and quarrying, refractories, process optimisation, monitoring, alternative fuels, environment and safety, markets, country reviews, cement prices and a full review of the global cement news - every issue!
Global Cement Magazine is audited by ABC - the Audit Bureau of Circulation. Please see www.abc.org.uk for the latest distribution certificate. In addition, Global Cement Magazine is available for download as soon as the magazine is created, giving readers access to the very latest news and features - with no delay!
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Latest Issue: Global Cement Magazine - September 2016
The September 2016 issue of Global Cement Magazine includes reviews of the German and Chinese cement sectors as well as technical features on cement testing, alternative fuels, chains, storage, cooling, pneumatic conveying, gears, alkali-activated cements and low chromium six cements.
We also consider the possible effects of the UK 'Brexit' decision on that country's cement sector.
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