India Cement & Construction Materials journal

India Cement & Construction Materials journal (47)

Extending the CW Group's leading cement sector research platform and combining it with CemWeek's global industry tracking, the India Cement & Construction Materials magazine is squarely focused on the Indian market. The magazine is ideal for India's decision makers, influencers as well as foreign companies that need to understand and follow the industry's rapidly evolving dynamics. Don't be left behind. If you wish to subscribe to the Print Edition, contact us at [email protected] to arrange for your subscription. You can also order copies of individual issues, clicking here, or contacting us.

The 44th issue of ICCM analyzes how the Indian cement industry is incorporating green technology and paving its way towards sustainability and the production of green cement. Ahmad Al-Rousan, Secretary General of the Arab Union for Cement and Building Materials, discusses how oil prices, terrorism and the global economic crisis are impacting construction projects in the region. CW Research analyzes the global cement consumption landscape over the first half of 2018 and explains how the shrinking Chinese cement demand, coupled with the latest trade and geopolitical events, is bound to shape global cement demand in the coming years. ICCM also looks back on the evolution of cement prices over the third quarter of the year, which were supported by an overall healthy economic environment.

The 43rd issue of ICCM features an interview with Phil Hodgson, Managing Director at Calix, about carbon capture and storage (CCS) and how it can help the cement sector step up its ecologic game. We also assess how the Indian cement industry can withstand increasing input costs and adverse weather conditions. Emphasis is also given to cement prices in 2Q 2018 and the trends and reasons behind their positive evolution. Moreover, CW Research looks into the market of white cement, a premium building material traditionally favored by developed markets, but that is rising among emerging economies. ICCM also draws a timeline of the latest developments in the US-China trade dispute and ponders on how a possible trade war could affect the global cement industry.

The 42nd issue of ICCM shows the evolution of Shree Cement through the words of its Managing Director, Hari Mohan Bangur. In a time when a nationwide petcoke ban in India is still on the table, ICCM looks into the domestic coal market and whether the fossil fuel is a viable option to replace petcoke as fuel. We also focus on UltraTech's expansion strategy and how it continues to solidify its leading position through a combination of greenfield and brownfield expansions. CW Research presents its thorough analysis of the current world seaborne cementitious trade market, as well as a forecast that includes trade trends for the upcoming five years. Additional focus is given to the global lime market, including a forecast of consumption trends through 2023. Looking back on the first quarter of the year, CW Research tracks pricing movements for gray cement in major cement trading markets.

The 41st issue of ICCM features an interview with Ismail Bulut, CEO of the Turkish Cement Manufacturers' Association, who tackles issues such as the main challenges currently faced by the Turkish cement industry. CW Research presents its forecast for cement volumes in the first half of 2018 and also its directional perspective on long-term cement demand. Also included is an analysis of the sale of Binani Cement, a heated, ongoing process that can influence and reshape the configuration of the Indian cement industry.

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