Cement is a commonly used substance in construction and acts as a binder that hardens when combined with water to become a paste known as concrete. This material is usually the foundation of construction projects and is one of the most-consumed resources on the planet. Cement used in construction presents itself in an inorganic form and is often lime or calcium silicate-based, it could be further characterized by its ability to bind with water. Known as non-hydraulic and hydraulic cement respectively, non-hydraulic cement sets well in the absence of liquids whereas hydraulic cement binds with liquids to form a durable and non-water soluble material that is safe from chemical attacks. Good cement manifests itself as an excellent building material and this is determined through properties such as the fineness of the cement, the duration it takes to harden, the strength of the material, and its ability to retain its shape upon hardening. 

 Cement plays many roles in our physical world, because of its versatility and durability in construction projects, this substance is a favourite among civil engineers and has proven to be an indispensable resource. It exists as part of the tiles on our floors and the roof that shelters us from natural elements. Public spaces such as tennis courts, telephone booths, bus stops, and even sheltered walkways all require the use of cement in its structures.

 Global Transit invested in a Cement Manufacturing plant in Vietnam to capture the growing demand in the region. Global Transit also has sourcing advantages from Indian Subcontinents and Middle Eastern countries to cater to the growing demand for cement in African regions. Global Transit handles cement distributing in the Indian Ocean and African countries.

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