Cemtech Middle East & Africa 2020


Cemtech Middle East & Africa (MEA), the premier annual event for cement professionals in the region, returns to Dubai, UAE, on 16-19 February 2020. 

Cemtech MEA 2020, supported by the Arab Union for Cement & Building Materials (AUCBM), will bring together cement industry executives from over 30 nations to network, review sector developments and explore the critical themes impacting on the industry today.

CONFERENCE AGENDA
The conference agenda will address key market and technology advances across a range of core themes. These include:

  • Current and future cement and clinker supply-demand trends at country and regional level
  • Emerging technologies to optimise plant operations and lower costs
  • Getting the basics right – best practice from quarry to factory gate
  • Key focus – alternative fuels utilisation, energy optimisation, clinker substitution and product development
  • Renewable power sources to diversify energy portfolio.
  • The meeting offers an unrivalled source of information on markets and industry developments, with high level speakers and experts covering the full scope of cement manufacturing technologies.

Enjoy Cemtech’s unsurpassed hospitality programme throughout the event, culminating in the Gala Dinner.

Join us in Dubai for this special 15th edition of Cemtech MEA, taking place in Dubai, host of Expo 2020!

INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION
Engage with technology and service suppliers in the dedicated exhibition to explore new ways to improve plant operations.


Please contact sales@CemNet.com for pricing and a stand plan.

PLANT TOUR

UCC's 4.5Mta plant in Ras Al Khaimah

We are pleased to announce that delegates attending Cemtech MEA 2020 will have the opportunity to visit Union Cement Co's plant in Ras Al Khaimah, UAE.

A tour of the 4.5Mta facility, one of the largest cement producers in the Gulf, is scheduled for Wednesday, 19 February.

Subject to availability, registered delegates will have the opportunity to visit the hub of UAE cement production and see the region’s first 10,000tpd kiln line.

The company is now owned and operated by Shree Cement (India), following its acquisition in 2018.