An in-depth overview of the developments in the ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBFS) market.
In this session, the CW Research team will provide insights on key drivers and constraints for the slag industry, including:
About the Report
CW Group's Global Ground Granulated Blast-furnace Slag Market & Forecast report serves the interests of slag manufacturers, as well as that of cement and concrete, ground additive materials, and asphalt industries. The study provides an in-depth analysis of the global blast-furnace slag market and presents the latest data on the market size (volume and value) sourced through both primary and secondary research. Historic and five-year forecast data showcased include figures on consumption, domestic production, price dynamics, as well as qualitative information on trends in the industry. Product segments included cover blast-furnace slag (BOF), ground granulated blast-furnace slag (GGBFS), and steel slags (EAF). The report covers key drivers and constraints for individual slag markets and end-users from the construction sector. The market intelligence provided in the report is divided into regional demand, as well as by market size, providing a strategic perspective on the evolution and outlook for the industry.
During this webinar, CW Research team will discuss current pricing trends and regional trade dynamics of the cement industry, including highlights from the 4Q2021 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 Global Cement Trade Price 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.
In this session, CW Research’s team present will highlights from the 2H2021 update of the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report, providing in-depth insights on the cement industry amidst a context of the Covid-19 vaccination rollout, increased government spending across several countries with a focus on construction and brighter prospects for the industry.
Join us on November 11, as we present:
About the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report
The CW Group’s Global Cement Volume Forecast Report is a twice-yearly update on projections for cement volumes on a national, regional and global level. The forecast provides global and regional outlooks, as well as detailed perspective on 57 of the world’s most important countries’ cement consumption, production, net-trade and cement production capacity. The five-year outlook presented in this benchmark study enables industry professionals to shape their perspective on markets and business priorities.
The combination of booming demand and a global supply chain that has been disrupted by the Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in escalating freight prices worldwide.
In this session, CW Research experts will provide a comprehensive overview of the global shipping market amidst a scenario of strengthening recoveries across major economies including the US and China, as Covid-19 vaccination increases and pent-up demand and dislodged supply chains drive prices for commodities – and freight rates – up.
The webinar will provide participants with the opportunity to hear CW Research team's insights on the global dry bulk shipping market, including: