August 15, 2017

Persian Gulf-Arabian Sea FOB prices for cement, clinker increase in August

In August, FOB prices for bulk ordinary Portland cement decreased by a small percentage in the Persian Gulf and Arabian Sea region, while prices for prompt deliveries of bulk ordinary grade clinker had a single digit contraction in the same period.
August 15, 2017

Med Basin FOB prices for cement and clinker rise in August

In the Mediterranean Basin region, the FOB prices for prompt deliveries of bulk ordinary Portland cement expanded when compared to the previous month, according to the CW Research’s August update of Mediterranean Basin cement and clinker prompt delivery cargo price assessment.
July 25, 2017

Italy: a struggling adaptation to a new market reality

The last six years have proven challenging for the Italian cement market, as recession took a heavy toll in the construction sector. Meanwhile, the reconfiguration of the cement industry is helping pave the way towards a stable future
July 25, 2017

White cement growth to accelerate in the next five years

A broad trend analysis of the white cement market in between 2012 and 2022, including figures for capacity, production, international trade, end-users, and consumption
August 01, 2017

Middle East outputs decrease YoY, while Asia-Pacific cement volumes edge up

Cement market volumes have dropped in the Mediterranean Basin and the Middle East in May 2017. However, the Asia Pacific region recorded a positive trend, according to CW Research’s Cement Country Market Data reporting
July 28, 2017

Ex-works cement prices expand in Q1; FOB prices show mixed trends

Cement ex-works prices rose in selected markets in 1Q2017, according to 2Q2017 Global Cement Trade Price Report (GCTPR) from CW Research
July 25, 2017

Refractories market: a shift from quantity to quality

The global refractories market has made a clear move from quantity towards quality. CW Research has examined the market, analyzing past trends and providing a five-year outlook, including end-users, producers, and consumers
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