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Main points for optimization of maintenance cost in cement plants

Sep 16, 2020 The per-ton cement cost at such a plant is between $35 and $40. This future is not far off. Our analysis shows that pursuing digitization and sustainability levers are key to significantly boosting productivity and efficiency of a typical cement plant (Exhibit 1). The result is a margin gain of $4 to $9 per ton of cement, 2

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