India Cement & Construction Materials journal

India Cement & Construction Materials journal Issue 3

The November / December issue of the CemWeek's ICCM looks closer at the cement market in South India as well as one of the biggest factors facing the industry, power and energy. Additionally, the issue highlights a series of important aspects and developments in the industry, including fly ash use, ACC's new mega-plant at Wadi as well as an update from the NCC event in New Dehli. The infrastructure and construction sectors also benefit from an update, in addition to the regular cement sector coverage.

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CHANGING FACE OF THE SOUTHERN
CEMENT MARKET
A growing market or a growing concern?

10 FLY ASH OFFSETS CARBON EMISSIONS
A closer look at the role of fly ash in the
industry

EDITOR’S LETTER
Looking at the clouded horizon ahead

MARKET AND COMPETITION
Accusations of cement cartelization by the
National Real Estate Development Council

THE SPARK OF CEMENT PRODUCTION
Benchmarking the electricity costs of India’s
cement companies

14 SHAPING THE INDUSTRY
An interview with the Director General of
NCB, Ashwani Pahuja

12 NCB CONFERENCE RECAP
Highlights from the NCB Conference
in New Delhi

16 ENERGY & TRANSPORTATION COST
IMPACT ON THE CEMENT SECTOR
Rising coal and transportation prices plague
the industry

38 PREFABRICATED CEMENT
A possible solution to the country’s construction
woes?

22 REAL ESTATE PRICES CONTINUE
UPWARD CLIMB
Prices set to escalate further in the coming
months due in part to rising cement costs

18 ACC WADI EXPANSION
One of the world's largest cement plants
has gotten even bigger

NUMBERS IN BRIEF
Third quarter cement performance: details
and analysis

VOLUME AND PRICING
Cement prices on the rise

ANALYST RECOMMENDATIONS
Highlights of the latest in broker
recommendations

M&A and Finance
GP Goenka Group & Jaypee Development
reportedly reach agreement over Andhra

Cement
PROJECTS AND EXPANSIONS
Defunct Hundung Cement Factory may get
a new lease on life

PROFILES
Ambuja Cement: Building Efficiencies
Through Strategic Development

PEOPLE
Council of Indian Employment proposes
raising workweek hours

REGIONAL UPDATE
Update on cement markets in the broader
South Asia region

EQUIPMENT UPDATES
Valiant Corporation opens operations in India

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