Mumbai, India, October 19-20, 2016

Cement Business & Industry South Asia 2016

COUNTDOWN TO THE EVENT

 

Welcome to Cement Business & Industry South Asia 2016!

 
 
 
 
 

The 13th edition of the Cement Business & Industry conference and exhibition is dedicated to executives and professionals from the Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Thailand, Vietnam, Sri Lanka cement industry and business environment. The event focuses on the executive agenda challenges and opportunities of the South Asian cement sector.

Aiming to approach these key topics that the industry must work to solve and capitalize on, the Cement Business & Industry South Asia 2016 conference and exhibition will be joined by an international set of stakeholders, including petcoke suppliers, power / fly ash generators, equipment, filtration solutions, additives and steel slag producers, for a comprehensive and broader discussion on opportunities and challenges.

The conference will be packed with multiple networking opportunities among regional and international guests. Click here to download the Registration Form.

 

WHY
ATTEND?

  • Keeping abreast with current market scenario
  • Discussing key challenges in the South Asian cement industry
  • Exploring innovative technological solutions
  • Learning from global experiences and case studies
  • Discussing regulatory issues affecting the manufacturers

WHO SHOULD
ATTEND?

  • Regulators & Policy makers
  • Cement producers and users
  • Cement dealers
  • Industry bodies and Business Chambers
  • Decision makers, Senior Executives of Power, Cement and Mining
  • Environmentalists working on Fly ash issues
  • Managers of power & mining sectors
  • Construction and real estate companies
  • Slag producers and product users
  • Equipment vendors
  • Traders and shippers
  • Petcoke producers and traders
  • Project vendors
  • Project promoters & consultants
  • Town planning & urban development authorities
  • Finance institutions & consultants

SPEAKERS

 
 
 
 
 

PROGRAM

 
 
 
 
 

DAY 1 PROGRAM

Wednesday, October 19

Registration

8:00AM - 9:00AM

Welcome and introductions

9:00AM - 9:30AM

Session 1 - Global picture

Cement Consumption forecast for 2017

9:30AM - 11:30AM
  • Welcome address Keynote speech - N A Viswanathan
  • Key challenges of the cement industry - Kamal Kishore Taparia
  • A global snapshot: cement markets and outlook - Prashant Singh
  • Cement Outlook in Iran - Hamidreza Golshahi
  • 0 - Panel discussion

Coffee Break

11:30AM - 12:00PM

Session 2 - Accessing new forms of long-term capital in India

12:00PM - 13:30PM
  • Challenges and opportunities looming for the cement industry in Nepal - Shiv Ratna Atal
  • Best practices in grinding - Naveen Kumar Sharma
  • 0 - Panel discussion

Lunch

13:30PM - 14:30PM

Session 3 - Parallel Sessions

Business Opportunities

14:30PM - 16:00PM
  • Regulatory challenges and trade barriers in India - Sharmila Banerjee
  • Cement and clinker price assessment - Prashant Singh

Session 3 - Parallel Sessions

Technical Session 1

14:30PM - 16:00PM
  • Saving Energy and reduce emissions - Georg Rathwallner
  • Fly-ash utilization and application of fly-ash - Sandeep Dave
  • TBD - Vivek Taneja

Coffee Break

16:00PM - 16:30PM

Session 4 - Parallel Sessions

Trade & Logistics

16:30PM - 17:30PM
  • Future projects and infrastructure for industrial transport - Shri R.K. Pandey
  • 0 - TBD Speaker

Session 4 - Parallel Sessions

Technical Session 2

16:30PM - 17:40PM
  • Use of composite and blended cements for durability and sustainability in constructions - Gautam Saha
  • Challenge to mitigate SOX & NOX in the cement industry - Tanmay Maitra
  • TBD - Purushottam Bedare

Awards

17:40PM - 18:00PM

Networking

18:00PM - 19:00PM

DAY 2 PROGRAM

Thursday, October 20

Welcome back and recap

8:45AM - 9:00AM

Session 1 - Energy efficiency and waste management

9:00AM - 10:30AM
  • Sagarmala- a paradigm shift to India's maritime sector - Atul Kulkarni
  • Pre-processing and Co-processing of wastes for managing them in an environmentally sound manner - Ulhas Parilkar

Coffee Break

10:30AM - 11:00AM

Session 2 - Solid Fuels

12:30PM - 13:30PM
  • Petcoke scenario in Cement Industry - Rohit Bhat
  • Norms and best practices of primary and secondary control measures for so2 and nox emissions - K.N. Rao
  • Petcoke price assessment - Prashant Singh
  • Reduction / control of suspended particulate matter in cement industry - Prasenjit Hansda
  • Global coal and petcoke trading flows: opportunities and challenges - Panel discussion

Wrap-up and conclusion

14:00PM - 17:30PM
 

REGISTRATION

We look forward to meeting you in Mumbai this coming October. Please e-mail [email protected] for more information. Click here to download the Registration Form.

Important visa and travel Information: Obtaining a necessary visa is the responsibility of the delegate, check with your local embassy and if you are required to obtain a visa, please allow enough time for your application to be processed before you travel. Please also note that hotel accommodation is not provided.

For those delegates traveling from abroad requesting a Letter of Invitation please send your request to [email protected].

For more information, click here to access our local contact.

PAST PARTICIPATING COMPANIES

 
 
 
 
 
ACC Limited
Aditya Birla Group
AIPMA
Alley-Cassetty Companies
Alliance Polysacks
Alternative Resource Partners
Ambit Capital
Ambuja Cement
Amrit Cement Industries
ASEC Trading
ATS Conveyors
Beroe Consulting
BEUMER Group
Bharathi Cement Corporation
Biltech Building Elements
Binani Industries
BQB InfraTechnorium
Browz
Burundi Cement (BUCECO)
Cachapuz
Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA)
Chettinad Cement
Chryso
Cimpor
Cimprogetti
Claudius Peters
Credit Suisse
CRH India
CTTL
CW Group
Dalmia Cement
DPTS Enterprises
Dron Energy
Emerald World Resources
Evonik Degussa India
Fly Ash Association of India (FAAI)
Fives FCB
FLSmidth
Golder Associates
Gujarat Siddhee Cement
Heidelberg Cement Group
HGH Systemes Infrarouges
Hi-Bond Cement India
Hirmi Cement Works
Holcim
International Finance Corporation (IFC)
Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT)
I-maritime
India Cements
Indian Concrete Institute
Indus Marketing Engineers
InGlobal
Intelesco Solutions
IPIRTI
Italcementi Group
J.K.Cement
Jaypee Group
JK Sons
Jyotech
KHD
KJS Concrete
Lafarge
Lakshmi Cement
Larsen & Toubro
Loesche
Lytag
Madras Cement
Magnesita Refractories
Mapei
MASA India (MASA Group)
Maverick Consulting
McKinsey & Co
Merrill Lynch
Middle East Green Energies
Ministry of Mines Afghanistan
Ministry of Mines and Petroleum
Mitsui
Mjunction Services
Mondi Oman
Murli Cement
MyHome Industries
National Council for Cement and Building Materials
Neptune India
OM Consultants (AIPMA)
Orient Cement
Phillip Capital India
Plant Supervision
Prism Cement
Promac India
PricewaterhouseCooper
Quality Circle Forum Of India (QCFI
Qualical
RAMCO - Enterprise Process Solution
Ready Mixed Concrete Manufactureres Association (RMCMA)
Refratechnik
Reliance Industries
Rexnord
RMC India
RNB Cements
RNCOS Business Consultancy
SABIA
Sagar Cements
SAIF
Sanghi Industries
Satna Cement Works
Saurashtra Cement
SB Engineers
Segezha Packing
SFK
Sharjah Cement
Shree Cement
Shri Digvijay Cement
Societa Impianti Calce (SIC)
SKF India
Somi Conveyor Beltings
Starlinger & Co
String Automation
Takraf
Tata
Strategic Management Group
Tenova Mining & Minerals
The Crescent Group
The Energy and Resources Institute
Timken India
Ultratech Cement
Union Cement
Vasavadatta Cement
Vicat
Vyankatesh Chemical Industries
W.R. Grace and Company
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)
Zawawi Minerals
Zuari Cement

VENUE AND ACCOMMODATION

With elegant decor echoing the design of a 19th century summer palace and modern amenities, Hilton Mumbai International Airport Hotel is a great choice for business and leisure travelers alike.

This Mumbai hotel offers an event space spread over 15,000 sq ft and is close to the business districts Andheri, Bandra Kurla Complex and Goregaon, and many global corporate headquarters.

You mail also call in directly to make your reservation to the hotel at +91-22-28380000. Please make sure you mention the code CBI South Asia 2016 to take advantage of the special negotiated group rates.

Hilton Mumbai International Airport Hotel
Address: Sahar Airport Road,
Andheri East, Mumbai, 400099, India
Tel: +91-22-28380000
E-mail: [email protected]