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8220;A Ceram Technology Partnership package provides companies with the tools and support to gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
Funded by the Waste and Resources Action Programme (WRAP), the technical authorship of the REAPs was undertaken on behalf the Brick Development Association (BDA) and British Precast Concrete Federation (part of the Mineral Product Association (MPA), by Ceram.
Cohade received a degree in finance from the Ceram European School of Business in Sophia-Antipolis, France in 1984, and graduated at the top of his MBA class at Penn State University in 1985.
com)-- Ceram, the international materials technology company, will be hosting a free webinar, 'How Clean is Your Device?
Tony Kinsella, Ceram's chief executive, said: "This is fantastic news, not just for Ceram, but for the ceramics industry and the local area.
Ceram s EMS consultancy service forms part of its Resource Efficiency offering helping clients manage resources (materials, energy, emissions, water and waste) efficiently, in order to drive cost reduction, limit their environmental impact and increase profitability.
Zytek, which is 50 per cent owned by Continental, joined materials technology company Ceram in hosting Business Secretary Vince Cable last week after Regional Growth Fund wins.
KUFPEC of Kuwait, one of the other operators in West Papua, produces 18,000 b/d of fuel oil and 2,000 b/d of naphtha in its onshore Ceram PSC block.
com)-- Lucideon, the international provider of materials development, testing and assurance, and formerly known as Ceram and M+P Labs, has added wear testing and debris analysis to its services for orthopaedic implant manufacturers across Europe and the US.
Tony Kinsella, chief executive of The Ceram Group, said: "In a way, the economic downturn has helped us.
Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands - CERAM Sophia Antipolis, France - Faculty of Business, City University of Hong Kong, China - Faculty of Business, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China - Faculty of Business, University of Victoria, Canada - ICN - Business School, France - Korea University Business School, Korea - Vienna University of Economics & Business Administration, Austria
Ceram has a number of white papers on its website, including "Multi-Substituted Hydroxyapatites and their Role in Bone Replacement," "Towards the Future of Controlled Release Applications" and "Stents - New Materials and Technologies for the Future.