Thursday, 26 May 2016

in brief: Chinese company latest Comminution '18 sponsor; More Copperbelt faces; Subscribe to blog updates; Recent comments

Chinese company is latest Comminution '18 sponsor
We are pleased to welcome King's Ceramics & Chemicals as the latest sponsor of Comminution '18. It has been a pleasure to get to know their team from Beijing, who also sponsored Comminution '16 and Comminution '14.
The King's booth at Comminution '16
The company is a member of the Chinalight Group, founded in 1952, and one of the renowned state owned enterprises in China. It is the largest grinding media supplier in Asia.
Current Comminution '18 sponsors are:
More Copperbelt Faces
Last month Barbara and I had lunch in Cape Town with Roger and Janet Thomas, and Rod and Kathy Whyte, reminiscing about the 1970s in Chingola (posting of 19th April).
Rod and Kathy met up with Dave and Judy Deuchar recently at ‘The Bell’ pub in Knysna, South Africa. I am sure many of you will remember Dave, who is now fully retired. He and Judy live in Knysna, but frequently travel to family and friends in Johannesburg and Australia. Dave is a regular golfer at Pezula, a lovely links course situated on the Knysna Heads. 
Rod and Kathy with Dave and Judy
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