CemWeek Magazine

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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.

The October / November issue of the global, executive-oriented CemWeek Magazine takes a worldwide look at key issues facing global and local cement markets. In the central spotlight is a closer assessment of the Italian cement sector, drawing upon recent CW Group research, but also turning to Italian brokerage house Equitasim for their thoughts on the market dominated by Italcementi and Buzzi.

This issue of the CemWeek Magazine looks at "European Centenarians," the 100-year histories of four cement plants. CemWeek also speaks to the Arabian Cement Co's CEO Jose Magrina on blending a Spanish company with an Egyptian cement enterprise.

The third issue of the global, executive-oriented CemWeek Magazine takes a closer look at the White Cement market. We look at highlights from recent research by the CW Group on White Cement and talk to Mr. Paolo Bossi at Sinai White Cement in Egypt. The issue also features thought-pieces on sourcing by the CW Group and on Management Communication from our friends at the Harvard Business School.

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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