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Cement Industry Suppliers’ Forum Conference 2014

The Cement Industry Suppliers’ Forum, which aims to develop contact and communication between the cement industry and its suppliers, is holding its 2014 conference in September.This year’s programme brings together speakers from various backgrounds in the industry: cement makers, analysts, trade associations and suppliers. There will be an overview of the current state of the industry, with an analysis of economic trends and an update on the impact of environmental regulations on the cement industry. Themes such as production process control, energy recovery, quality of materials, mobile plant, and vehicle safety are to be explored. New and recent capital projects will be reviewed, with suppliers outlining developments in technology. Suppliers’ presentations from the podium will be supplemented by an exhibition in the coffee lounge.

Meeting peers and counterparts is a vital part of any conference, and so this event is spread over the two days to allow an unhurried time at the CISF’s annual dinner and informal networking afterwards at the bar. (Accommodation and full board is included in the conference fee). The venue, the elegant Bosworth Hall Hotel, is located at the heart of the country and, with its modern facilities and old world charm, has proved to be very popular at previous conferences. For suppliers and cement makers alike, this is an excellent chance to catch up with industry developments and renew contacts all in the one place.

The fees cover full catering from midday on Tuesday until after lunch on Wednesday, a programme of topical presentations, the CISF Annual Dinner and overnight accommodation at Bosworth Hall.

  • CISF Members: £245 + £49 VAT = £294
  • Non-Members: £345 + £69 VAT = £414

Exhibition space (approx 3 x 1.5m) is available at £280 + VAT as a supplement to the delegate fee. For all enquiries, please contact: Edwin Trout, Secretary, Cement Industry Suppliers’ Forum.

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