India Cement & Construction Materials journal

India Cement & Construction Materials journal Issue 1

In this inaugural issue of CemWeek's India Cement & Construction Materials magazine, we talk to Mr. Martin Gierse, President & Executive Director of KHD Humbolt Wedag India, about the Indian cement sector. The Cachapuz Bilanciai Group also provides an update on their successful implementation of SLV Cement at Jaypee's Rewa unit. CemWeek tracks various aspects of the sector in the magazine and highlights some of the key market-moving stories and data. Last but not least, the Head of Research at CemWeek's parent company, the CW Group, explains why the ICCM was long overdue.


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    A conversation with Martin Gierse
    of KHD Humboldt Wedag India
    Implementation of logistics
    system at Jaypee's Rewa plant
    CemWeek's Second Annual India
    Cement Sector Sentiment Survey
  • Editor's Letter
    Why it's critical to provide
    exclusive analysis of our sector
  • Numbers in Brief
    An analysis of the road ahead,
    region by region
  • Market and Competition
    The impact of an economic
    slowdown and sluggish demand
  • M&A and Finance
    Details on a mixed performance
    by key players in the sector
  • Projects and Expansions
    Expansions projects continue;
    environmental concerns presented
  • People
    working as brand ambassador
  • Profiles
    India Cement: Thriving in a
    challenging environment
    Shree Cement: Turning efficiency
    into profits
  • Lafarge cleared to continue mining
    after environmental delays
  • Clean technology highlighted by
    KHD at conference
  • Analyst Recommendations
    Highlights of the latest in broker
  • Stock Performance
    Comprehensive data on major
    companies throughout India
    Industry rebounds after dip in first
    quarter: details and analysis
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