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Will clinker continue to be the most sea-based traded cementitious product in the next five years?

Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 2:00 PM GMT

CW Research team will discuss the developments in the seaborne cement, clinker, slag and fly ash trade. This session will also offer insights into pricing trends and regional shares, possible supply options, export terminals and carriers around the world. The in-depth analysis includes highlights from the World Cement, Clinker & Slag Sea-Based trade Report 2021 (forecast through 2026).

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The webinar will provide expert and valuable insights on the cement, clinker and slag trade, highlighting:

  • Trade flows and pricing trends
  • Insights on the competitiveness of the cement, clinker and slag market
  • Global mapping of cement terminals and carriers
  • Sea-based trade by type of cementitious products
  • Regional shares of sea-based trade
  • Key exporters and facilities of cementitious materials
  • Ongoing impact of Covid-19 on the market

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About the World Cement, Clinker & Slag Sea-Based Trade Report 2021 (forecast through 2026)

The World Cement, Clinker & Slag Sea-based Trade Report provides an extensive and data-oriented analysis of trade related development in the seaborne cement, clinker, slag and fly ash industries. The in-depth report includes historical trade flows and pricing dynamics, as well as changes in exports and imports from a regional perspective, with a focus on key markets. The report also projects major cement and clinker supply-demand gaps that will sustain world cement trading for the next five years. In addition, key exporters, major facilities, and traders are profiled, as well as key ocean-going cement carrier operations and their vessels. The assessment examines trade flows for gray cement, clinker, white cement, and slag, as well as a discussion of fly ash trade, in bag, big-bag, or bulk form. Furthermore, it includes a detailed-based projection of main flows through 2026 expected to be shipped by ocean, prevailing cement trade prices and bulk/dry cargo shipping rates.

Thursday, July 8, 2021 at 2:00 PM GMT

Wanderson Teixeira, Junior Business Analyst

Wanderson Teixeira holds a degree in International Relations from La Salle, Brazil and has more than two years of working experience in the construction industry. He currently works as a Junior Business Analyst at CW Group's Porto office. He executes quantitative and qualitative analyses for CW Research in the building material and heavy industrial sectors.


Vasco Teixeira, Junior Business Analyst

Vasco Teixeira holds a degree in Health Food Innovation Management from Maastricht University, Netherlands and has working experience in the food and beverages FMCG industry. Vasco currently works in CW Group as a Junior Business Analyst in the Research team. Vasco is responsible for quantitative and qualitative analyses and news selection for CW Research in the cement sector.

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