Global, executive-oriented cement industry coverage. Drawing on our roots in research and analysis as well as practical business experiences, the bimonthly, management-oriented CemWeek Magazine publication fills an analytical and information void in the global cement industry. Each issue will include activity summaries and projections from the CW Group Research team for all regions of the world, plus in-depth articles on topics and trends of particular interest. We hope you will find the new information source helpful in forming your business decisions. If you prefer to subscribe to the Print Edition, contact us at [email protected] You can also order copies of individual issues, clicking here, or contacting us.
Issue 10 of the CemWeek Magazine packs a punch as the CW Group dives into some ‘combustible’ issues. CW Group Managing Director and Head of Research, Robert Madeira, discusses the all-important topic of fuel for the cement sector and its relation to a corporate energy strategy. The Group also highlights the latest results from the twice-yearly Global Cement Volume Forecast Report, a global review of cement prices and UK energy prices.
The CW Group announces the release of Issue 9 of CemWeek Magazine. This issue’s feature article, “The Expanding Chinese Influence in Africa,” discusses the local benefits and detriments of recent Chinese investment activity in African nations. “What Happened to Climate Impact” addresses the changing nature of the regulatory discussion as cement companies push forward with their own green initiatives.
In issue 8 of the CemWeek Magazine, we turn to facts as a guide, sharing in this issue some of the metrics we track as analysts at the CW Group, such as our Equipment Vendor Order Intake and Backlog indices and cement price monitoring. We mark the one-year anniversary of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, looking into the aftermath of these natural disasters on the local cement industry.
With 2011 over, CemWeek is pleased to look ahead at the innovations and new products set to shape the future of the cement industry. Issue 7 delineates new research into alkali-activated cement, a promising low carbon competitor, discusses intellectual property and product innovation with Dr. Davide Zampini of Cemex’s R&D Center, and provides a buoyant feature on concrete’s seafaring heydays, considering another way that old technology can be made new.
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