In this session, the CW Research team will provide a data-oriented discussion about current pricing trends and regional trade dynamics of the cement industry, including highlights from the 4Q2022 update of the Global Cement Trade Price Report.
Pricing strategy is a daily challenge for cement traders, shippers as well as buyers in the cement sector. Timely knowledge of global cement prices and trends remains a cornerstone for successful internal strategic planning. The extensive report offers detailed information for more than 70 individual markets worldwide, including regional price indices and projections, and trade dynamics.
The webinar will provide a comprehensive overview of global cement trade and pricing trends for the gray cement, clinker, white cement, and slag markets, including:
About the Report
The Global Cement Trade Price Report is CW Research's benchmark price assessment for monthly gray cement, white cement, clinker, and granulated blast furnace slag prices and volumes. The 150+ page report, published on a quarterly basis, serves as the industry go-to source for monthly price data for over 70 individual markets worldwide, including multiple cornerstone data series: import, export, ex-works, and market prices.
Prashant Singh, Director
Prashant has a MSc. International Business from Seton Hall University and holds a double major in Economics and International Business and Trade from Saint's Peter University. He has close to a decade of experience working in management consulting/market research across the steel, chemicals and cement domains, mostly in the Middle East, Africa and Asia regions. Prashant is Director of CW Group and manages the office located in India.
Lucas Pimenta, Junior Business Analyst
Junior Business Analyst responsible for the qualitative and quantitative analysis of CW Research's price and volume assessments in the building material and heavy industrial sectors. Degree in International Relations from the University of Brasilia, Brazil, and a Post-Graduation Degree in Business Enterprise from the Southern Institute of Technology, Invercargill, New Zealand