Cement Americas

APR 2019

Cement Americas provides comprehensive coverage of the North and South American cement markets from raw material extraction to delivery and tranportation to end user.

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www.cementamericas.com • Spring 2019 • CEMENT AMERICAS 15 FEATURE In the public sector, Sullivan pointed to simulative "fiscal" policy, which when unemployment is so low, could add stress to labor markets (tax reform, immigration policy, trade friction, infrastructure spending). He also noted these factors to watch closely: • Tariffs at a minimum create economic uncertainty. • Strong job creation, increases state revenues. Entitle- ment spending has forced state expenditures to rise even faster. Deficits are emerging and are reducing state construction spending – even during good times. As job growth slows, deficits will increase and so will construc- tion cutbacks. • Federal deficits will exceed $1 trillion annually by 2020 presidential election. • The possibility of Federal Sequestration emerges in 2020 and represents GDP growth risks. • A Trump Infrastructure plan may be late to the rescue and smaller than expected. Education The International Cement Seminar & Exhibition will feature an educational program focused on: • Cement Market Dynamics. • Operations and Technology. • Safety and the Environment. • Quality Control and Maintenance. • Concrete Plants of the Future. • Quarry to Kiln. There will also be an expo area, social events and more. "We are creating an event that is as industry friendly as pos- sible," said Semco President Peter Johnson. "We are mak- ing the show affordable, accessible and logistically appeal- ing for both exhibitors and attendees." • A Basic Booth Package is only $2,800 (Call for pricing on larger spaces or bulk space). Exhibitors receive: • 10- x 10-ft. booth space. • 6-ft. draped table, two chairs and gray carpet. • 200 Exhibits-only VIP Packages for your customers and prospects. • Two conference passes for booth personnel include cocktail reception and all planned social events. • Move in mobile equipment free, although some restric- tions apply. • Lunches and cocktail reception on show floor. • Listing in show directory. • Listed on the show website. • Inclusion in Cement Americas pre-show coverage and show issue directory. "This is truly going to be a bellwether events for the con- struction-materials industry," said Don Marsh, editor of Concrete Products. "We look forward to seeing our many friends from the cement, ready mixed and aggregates industries in Atlanta." Seminars for Success Keynote Address: U.S. Cement Market Forecast Ed Sullivan, Portland Cement Association LafargeHolcim's Weirton, W.Va., Cement Plant Modernization Project Jared Stull, Head of US Terminals and Adam Cimaroli, senior manager, Terminal Projects, LafargeHolcim The Finish Mill Circuit In A Cement Plant Can Be Optimized By Using An Online PSD Analyzer Jeff DeNigris, Sensors & Automation – Product Manager, NAM, Malvern Panalytical Alternative Fuel Handling Systems For Cement Plants Brain Giese, Beumer Corp. High-End MSHA Training: Surviving an Inspection Brian Bigley, LehighHanson Multifuel Kiln Burners For The Challenge Of Full Flexibility Between Coal/Petcoke, Natural Gas, RDF, And Biomass Xavier d'Hubert, Senior Consultant, Energy Intensive Industries Make Real-Time Inventory Your Reality Mike Mossage, Regional Vice President, Eastern US, Binmaster Applying Computer Vision To Facilities And Vehicle Manage- ment Anthony Tarantino PhD, Atollogy, USA Update on Cement and CO2 - The Current Status Of The Vari- ous CO2 Capture Projects In The Global Cement Industry. John Kline, Kline Consulting Size Matters. So How Do You Measure Up? The Importance of Real-Time Cement Particle Characterization and How it Improves Your Bottom Line A.J. DeCenso, Preferred Process Solutions, LLC Maximizing Conveyor Performance-Industry Standards vers- es Real World Application Mike Cremeens, Shaw Almex; and Dick McConnell, Flexco Plus more to come! Special Tour of Argos USA's Atlanta Grinding Facility

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