World Ceramics and Refractories
World Ceramics & Refractories has a long history dating back to 1925. Refractories Journal began then as the official journal of the Refractories Association of Great Britsin (RAGB). A couple of years later Claycraft became the Institute of Clay Technology's mouthpiece. Claycraft changed its name to Euroclay un the 1970s. The two magazines ran side by side until the early 1990s when they merged into World Ceramics & Refractories. The RAGB ceased to produce a magazine and became a trade organisation as part of CERAM and the ICT decided to produce their own. The ICT is now part of the Institute of Materials. Circulation is worldwide and readers are from middle and top management.
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