CemWeek Magazine

CemWeek Magazine, Issue 2

The second issue of the management-focused CemWeek Magazine takes a look at growth markets around the world, with highlights of the cement sectors in Brazil, Russia, West Africa, Congo and Mongolia among others. The issue also features interviews with the Chairman of HeidelbergCement Romania, Mr. Mihai Rohan, and the CEO of KHD Wedag, Mr. Jouni Salo.

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  • COUPLED OR DECOUPLED? A CW Group analysis of the driving forces in today’s world economy
  • THE VALUE AND LIMITATIONS OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION. Today’s sophisticated management information systems give executives much, but not all, of what they need for strong decision-making
  • A CDM SUCCESS STORY FROM KENYA. Navigating technical and regulatory hurdles requires care and skill
  • 2010 CEMENT VOLUMES. An overview of 2010 cement consumption volumes from key markets


  • FROM OUR INDUSTRY PARTNER. Building materials update
  • People on the move
  • Notable projects
  • Overview of stock performance for cement companies 
  • NUMBERS IN BRIEF.To forecast the industry, track the economy
    • HeidelbergCement Romania Chairman Mihai Rohan reveals how his country’s proud history in the cement industry has prepared it for the future
    • KHD Humboldt Wedag CEO Jouni Salo shares his thoughts on the industry and projects the benefits of his company’s venture with China’s AVIC
    • AFRICA - New research report shows continent’s capacity exceed 200 million tons
    • BRAZIL - Latin America’s leader pulls farther ahead
    • MONGOLIA - A new market seeks to emerge
    • WEST AFRICA - Growing consumption attracts investment in new capacity
    • DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO - Wild price fluctuations resist government efforts
    • RUSSIA - Costs, Capacity, Speculation – Nothing is simple in this giant country
    • Americas
    • Europe, Middle East & Africa
    • South Asia
    • Asia Pacific
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