India Cement & Construction Materials journal

India Cement & Construction Materials journal (40)

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 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.

The 40th issue of ICCM Magazine features an interview with Norman Greig, the Secretary General of World Cement Association. CW Research analyzes the evolution of world cement prices in 4Q 2017 and presents its forecasts for 1Q 2018. Additional focus is given to Nepal's climbing cement market, as well as to the future of the use of petcoke in the Indian cement industry.

In the latest ICCM from 2017, we addressed the newest update of CW Research's Global Cement Equipment Market and Forecast Report that compiles important market dynamics and the outlook for equipment used in the production of clinker and cement, integrated as well as grinding units

In the latest issue of ICCM, we addressed the latest update of CW Research's Global Cement Trade Price Report (GCTPR 3Q2017) that compiles data concerning gray cement, white cement, clinker and slag prices, and their stance on the trade market

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