India Cement & Construction Materials journal

India Cement & Construction Materials journal Issue 10

The January / February issue of ICCM features the first in a series of articles that takes a closer look at each of India’s regions. This issue also includes an interview with Ambiat Capital’s infrastructure analyst, Nitin Bhasin, who shares his thoughts on the current state of India’s cement market. Tire derived fuels and how far this alternative fuel source has come with regard to usage, and what potential roadblocks it is encountering today is also covered.

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4 Throught the Eyes of an Analyst
An interview with Ambit Capital’s Nitin Bhasin

10 East India
Tapping the region’s potential

3 Numbers in Brief: Petroleum coke prices 16 Profiles: ACC Limited: Building for Tomorrow
40 Analyst Recommendations: Highlights of the latest in broker recommendations

8 Cement Trade Prices - Prices fall to new lows in 2012
14 Carbon Mineralization: Reducing CO2 Emissions - New research may offer short-term fix to curbing CO2
20 TDF 30 Years On: A Winnign Alternative
23 The One-Two Punch - Cement industry reeling from recent increases in transportation costs

Construction & Building Materials:
32 Infrastructure & Projects - Clearance given for India’s second sea bridge
34 Equipment Updates - XCMG unveils 1000-ton lattice boom truck crane
36 Coal Updates - Targets for FY 2012-13 set
37 Bulk Materials - ACC introduces new cement products

24 Market and Competition: Compat steps into cartelization issue
26 Volume and Pricing: Prices on the rise
27 People: Lifetime Achievement Award for Holtec’s Chairman
28 Projects and Expansions: Expansion program completed at Heidelberg’s Jhansi unit
30 M&A and Finance: Vicat and CCH are looking for more opportunities
39 Regional Update: Lucky Cement eyes Sri Lanka for expansion

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