has been the decline in FOB prices, as highlighted by the preliminary figures of the 1Q2015 Global Cement Trade Price Report. Global cement trade prices fell 1.9 percent year-on-year according to report, and with a few exceptions, most regions are expected to see varying degrees of price declines in the following months. The details are laid out in the new issue of the magazine, along with documented forecasts for the following quarter.
The new edition of the journal also features an in-depth overview of the Ash Trade Europe 2015, an event which closed the gap between marketers, innovators and traders. Industry specialists from over a dozen countries and multiple continents attended the AshTrade Europe 2015 conference on April 22 – 23 in Frankfurt, Germany, for a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and share expertise. Read about it in the new issue of CemWeek Magazine.
Innovation and out-of-the-box solutions are the focus of a special feature included in the latest issue of CemWeek Magazine. The story details the process of finding a replacement for the short local supply of limestone, slag, fly ash or natural pozzolan at Votorantim Cimentos' Porto Velho plant in Brazil. The production of artificial pozzolan was implemented at the plant as an economical and environmentally efficient solution. Read the feature to find out all the details.
In order to provide a complete picture of the industry, the new issue of CemWeek Magazine comes with detailed news about the main indicators of the cement industry, including the latest facts and figures about cement volumes, energy prices, relevant people in the business, regional developments, equipment and construction projects. Don’t miss out the news and numbers laid out in the special sections.
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