CemWeek Magazine

CemWeek Magazine: Mar/Apr 2018

In the 43rd issue of CemWeek Magazine, we interviewed Ismail Bulut, CEO of the Turkish Cement Manufacturers' Association, who tackles issues such as the main challenges currently faced by the Turkish cement industry. CW Research presents its forecast for cement volumes in the first half of 2018 and also its directional perspective on long-term cement demand. We also look back on 2017 and analyze major cement companies' sales and volumes throughout the year. Additionally, we focus on the cement market in the Maldives and explain how the import-driven cement sector will fare in the upcoming years.

 Leaders Q&A: Ismail Bulut

Ismail Bulut, CEO of the Turkish Cement Manufacturers' Association, tackles issues such as the evolution of the organization’s role, the main challenges faced by the Turkish cement market, and how the progressive incorporation of alternative fuels in the cement production process is unfolding

CW Research: Improving global macro-economic scenario to drive cement consumption in 2018

Despite China’s capacity rationalization efforts, global cement consumption is expected to increase on the back of improving macroeconomic indices

CW Research: How will the cement sector fare by 2050?

In a thought exercise, CW Research presents its directional perspective on long-term cement demand

Top Cement Companies' 2017 Sales Performance

In 2017, the world’s main cement manufacturers have registered overall positive sale results, backed by price increases and stable cement volumes

CW Research: Government projects driving Maldivian cement demand through 2019

With a cement market integrally supplied by imports, the Maldives will continue to see its cement consumption rise until 2019, boosted by government-sponsored, large-scale infrastructure projects

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