Cement Business and Industry Brazil & LatAm 2017

Cement Business and Industry Brazil & LatAm 2017

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February 15-16, 2017 | Sao Paulo, Brazil | Tivoli Mofarrej
Cement Business & Industry Brazil & LatAm 2017 is expected to bring together over 150 stakeholders from Brazilian and international market. Sessions will feature an in-depth look at the evolution and direction of the market and balance views on business strategies.

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  • Cement producers

  • Equipment vendors

  • Strategy & M&A

  • Financial & equity analysts

  • Sales & marketing specialists

  • Traders

  • Technical & operations specialists

  • Engineering, environmental & logistics professionals


  • Analyzing market perspectives

  • Having a competitive outlook on the market

  • Exploring environmental performance management improvements

  • Finding business opportunities

  • Discussing efficiency, innovation & new developments

  • Developing technology, operations & best practice management




Day 1, February 24, Wednesday

8:00 - 10:45 Wecome to the program

Brazilian construction market: prospects and challenges for 2016 - Robson Gonçalves

CO2 emission reduction in Brazil - Álvaro Lorenz

Lime Sector in Brazil: a macro view - Márcio Lario

Future prospects in the industry of tomorrow - Robert Madeira

10:45 - 11:15 Coffee Break 

11:15 - 13:15 Session 2

How to reduce the environmental impact of cement plants - Stephan Oehme

The European Standard for structures repair in 1504 with special cases of recovery and consolidation - Thomas Garcia Carmona

Productivity optimization in buildings Industriais- Case study: Pre-Sear Tower 6500tpd - Cássio Mortari

Use of supplementary cementitious materials in cementa to decrease environmental impact and increase differentiation - Silvia R. S. S. Vieira

Alternative Fuel Systems in the Cement Industry - Markus Peitzmeier

White cement in Brazil and its applications - Emilio Nemer Neto

13:15-14:00 Lunch

 14:00 - 16:00 Session 3 

High Efficiency Cement Cooling - Nick Sutherland

Upgrade for the first class of foreign trade - Daniel Maia

Continuous On-Line XRD to increase profits - Constantine George Manias

Latin America outlook: Columbia - Lillian Starke

Mexico - Gianpaolo Gotti

Bolivia and Peru - Bras Ferreira

Assessing and predicting the process behavior in regenerative furnace of two axes - Nichelle Worthington

16:00-16:30 Coffee Break

 16:30 - 18:30 Session 4 

Three unique technologies for NOx - Tome Sinzato

VOC and Mercury reduction - Nelson Chimentão Junior

The benefits of the connected cement company - Luiz Cascardo

Challenges of cement manufacturing and environmental impact - Seiiti Suzuki


Day 2, February 25, Thursday

07:30 - 08:00 Welcome back 

Superintendent of the Competence for Concrete and Aggregates Center, Intercement: "Low-carbon in cement"

Co-processing and sustainability in a cement factory

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break 

10:30 - 12:30

Alternative fuels in Cement Rotary Kilns and Calciners: Problems and Solutions

The X-ray diffraction as a tool for competitiveness in cost and quality of Portland Cement

Innovation in belt conveyors

Experience of a greenfield cement plant in Guatemala




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 travel expenses and hotel accommodation are not included in the registration fee.

For those delegates traveling from abroad requesting a Letter of Invitation please send your request to sales@gmiforum.com

Venue and Accommodation

In the Jardins district, just a block away from Avenida Paulista, discover the Tivoli São Paulo - Mofarrej, in the heart of the city. Whether you are travelling on business or for pleasure, this five star hotel in São Paulo has everything you need to ensure an unforgettable stay. Redecorated rooms, top-level meeting rooms, the largest presidential suite in Latin America, heated outdoor swimming pool, an Elements SPA by Banyan Tree from the prestigious Asian chain and for lovers of fine food, the luxury Arôla-Vintetres restaurant managed by the award-winning Spanish chef Sergi Arola, located on the 23rd floor of the hotel with a superb view of Avenida Paulista.