CemWeek Magazine

CemWeek Magazine #49: April 2019

In this issue of CemWeek Magazine:

Interview with André Jasienski, President of FEBELCEM (Federation of the Belgian Cement Industry), on the evolution of FEBELCEM, the Belgian cement industry’s main challenges in the upcoming years, as well as the steps it can take towards a more sustainable production approach;

- Top Cement Companies’ Financial Performance: global players recorded a positive year in terms of sales and volumes, despite obstacles;

- World cement volumes 2018-2023: CW Research presents its five-year forecast and explains how factors such as the Chinese government’s crackdown on the cement industry are bound to curb global cement demand;

- Country Snapshot: Ivory Coast Cement Market.

 

Leaders Q&A: André Jasienski

In an exclusive interview, André Jasienski addresses issues such as the evolution of FEBELCEM, the Belgian cement industry’s main challenges in the upcoming years, as well as the steps it can take towards a more sustainable production approach

Insight Analysis: Top cement companies end 2018 with a bang and are putting their right foot forward for 2019

Growth during the year remained strong, and companies enter 2019 with confidence, despite the expected challenges

CW Research: Slowing economy curbs global cement volumes up to 2023

CW Research’s latest update of its Global Cement Volume Forecast Report sees overall cement capacity falling over the next five years, mainly led by the Chinese government’s crackdown on the industry

Country Snapshot: Ivory Coast’s apparent cement demand to reach 8MT by 2023

CW Research analyzes the developing Ivorian cement industry, from its recently-overcome state of undersupply to the more than USD 40 billion worth of construction projects scheduled to be completed within a few years

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