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enews | india cement industry news Sunday, 26 February 2012

Industry News

Pakistan looks to ship excess cement to India

Industry says 20% of capacity underutilized.

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Jefferies initiates India cement coverage

Issues buy rating on ACC, Grasim, India Cements, Ultratech, but a hold on Ambuja.


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Indian cement prices go up on bottlenecks

Prices increase due to logistical bottlenecks.

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India: Schade Lagertechnik designates TRF as builder

Company to build equipment for various industries.

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In-Depth & Analysis

  • CW Group: Global cement demand to reach 4bn tons by 2013

    The latest Global Cement Volume Forecast analysis by the CW Group shows global cement consumption growth will trend around six percent in 2012, reaching 3.78 billion tons. The increase is a decline from the nine percent consumption volume growth in 2011 when worldwide cement demand reached 3.56 billion tons.  The chief driver of global consumption growth will continue to be China, which will consume 2.22 billion tons of cement by 2012.

  • 2011 Middle East & Africa Cement Business Survey Report

    Over 200 respondents participated in the 2011 CemWeek Middle East and Africa Cement Sector Sentiment Survey carried out in September - November 2011. In this report, the CW Group shares a snapshot of emerging and developing trends that have dominated the African and Middle Eastern, including Turkish, cement sectors in recent months, along with those themes likely to be important in the months ahead.

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