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Cemtech MEA 2019

02 April 2019, Published under Cement News

Over 200 delegates from the global cement industry came together for Cemtech Middle East & Africa 2019, held at the Grand Hyatt Dubai between 17-20 February. The event featured an extensive technical programme alongside an international exhibition of service and product suppliers. The first session speakers – from left to right: Thomas Armstrong, ICR; Ahmad Al-Rousan, AUCBM; Paul Roger, Exane BNP Paribas; Tony Hadley, Tony Hadley African Advisory; Keith Hall, chairman and Hettish K...

NCC announces 39% drop in profit for 2017

16 March 2018, Published under Cement News

Dubai-based National Cement Company (NCC) has announced a 38.7 per cent YoY decrease in profit during the full-year 2017 period, to AED53.58m (US$14.59m) from AED89.02m.  According to a company statement, the board has recommended the distribution of AED53.8m in cash dividends for 2017, with a per-share dividend of AED0.15, as a result. The projected dividends account for 15 per cent of its capital.   

CEM Asia Trading, Dubai ships Oman gypsum to Bahrain

24 August 2015, Published under Cement News

CEM Asia Trading, Dubai has undertaken the first shipment of natural gypsum from Oman to Khalifa Bin Salman Port, Bahrain, for Falcon Cement. Gypsum being discharged at the Khalifa Bin Salman Port, Bahrain Shipments had previously been carried out from Iran to Bahrain in small barges. However, a source told CemNet News that given the high purity of gypsum originating from Oman (above 91 per cent), the company has now chosen to source gypsum from the sultanate. Indeed, this...

Destination Dubai

07 April 2015, Published under Cement News

Cemtech Middle East & Africa 2015 was held in the Grand Hyatt Dubai, UAE, on 8-11 February, with more than 270 delegates participating in this three-day conference and exhibition. Covering worldwide cement industry trends and manufacturing technology with a well-researched speaker programme and senior participants from over 50 cement companies, Cemtech remains the most relevant cement conference series in the industry calendar. Cemtech Middle East and Africa gets underway at the Grand...

Preview: AUCBM’s 17th Arab Cement Conference

31 October 2012, Published under Cement News

Ahmad Al-Rousan, secretary general of the AUCBM, sends a warm greeting to everyone ahead of the association's forthcoming international cement conference and exhibition in Dubai, UAE this December. “With current and planned expansions in the cement industry in the Arab region, international cement manufacturers and equipment suppliers can eye this region with enthusiasm,” Mr Al-Rousan told ICR in a recent interview. “The AUCBM’s 17 th Arab International Cement Conference and Exhibition...

Cemtech Dubai 2010 - Middle East market challenges and technology advances

29 December 2011, Published under Cement News

Cemtech Conferences and Exhibitions has successfully concluded its fifth annual Middle East event during 13-16 February 2010. Returning to the luxury of the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Dubai, UAE the meeting attracted over 250 delegates from over 40 countries all keen to discuss topics under the theme of Middle East market challenges and technology advances.

Cemtech Dubai 2011

29 December 2011, Published under Cement News

Following its relocation from Cairo due to the February revolution, Cemtech Middle East & Africa successfully took place in Dubai (UAE) over 5-8th March 2011. The events in Egypt took everyone by surprise, and as protesters amassed in Tahrir Square, just seconds from Cemtech’s chosen venue in Cairo, it was clear that this annual meeting would not be able to take place as planned. The decision was therefore made to relocate the conference to Dubai, where Cemtech has held several events in rec...

Cemtech Middle East & Africa 2012

26 October 2011, Published under Cement News

Cemtech Conferences and Exhibitions successfully concluded its seventh annual Middle East & Africa event over 12-15 February 2012. Returning to the luxury of the Grand Hyatt Hotel, Dubai, UAE, the meeting attracted 250 delegates from over 30 countries, all keen to discuss topics under the theme of “Growth Markets, Technology Advances and Operational Efficiency.” While the North African cement sector has been hard hit by political turmoil over the past year, several oil rich countries in Afr...