Cemtech Middle East & Africa 2021

Cemtech will hold its annual flagship Middle East & Africa conference as a virtual event on 8-11 February 2021.

After a period of unprecedented global turbulence, this conference will explore the major developments underway in the regional cement industry, examine key challenges and provide a unique platform for informed discussion and knowledge-sharing.

Free registration: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_ZJHnBsu4RpK-1nUwGzivuQ

Confirmed presentations for Cemtech MEA 2021 include:
  • The MENA cement sector – present and future: Ahmad Al-Rousan, Secretary General, AUCBM (Syria)
  • World markets overview and 2021 Forecast: Paul Roger, Managing Director – Building Materials, Exane BNP Paribas (UK)
  • Regional markets of Oman, UAE, Yemen and the Indian Ocean: Joey Ghose, Raysut Cement Company SAOG (Oman)
  • Strategic expansion and regional opportunities in West Africa: Yusuf Binji, MD/CEO, BUA Cement Plc (Nigeria)
  • Technologies and services to support sustainable growth in the MEA region: Matthias Mersmann, KHD Humbolt Wedag (Germany)
  • Commissioning a cement plant remotely – a case study: Fouad Kammoun, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions (Germany)
  • Lubricants and services for key machines in the cement industry: Klaus Holz, Fuchs Lubritech GmbH (Germany)
  • The road to recovery: Karsten Horn, INFORM (Germany)
  • Blaine prediction using analytics: Sandeep R, Bharatharaja M, ABB India Ltd (India)

Keynote speeches from industry leaders

Sector leaders address the key challenges facing the cement sector, from the impact of the pandemic to decarbonisation, and explore pathways to a sustainable future.

Incisive discussion, expert presentations
Over 25 presentations from world-class experts, exploring market developments and sharing best practice for companies seeking to achieve manufacturing excellence.

Network with delegates and join a virtual plant tour
A full virtual experience over four days with free access to a wealth of information.

Join this meeting to learn more about: cement markets, trading, decarbonisation, digitalisation, optimisation, alternative fuels, emissions control, bulk materials handling, quarry operations, kiln and cooler upgrades, grinding technologies, energy reduction, maintenance, supplementary cementitious materials, quality control, packing and distribution, logistics, renewables.

This event is organised by International Cement Review with the kind support of the Arab Union for Cement & Building Materials (AUCBM).