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Volume 1 Issue 19

FEATURES
5     India cement sector set to build momentum, accelerate into 2015 GCVFR – Global Cement Volume Forecast Report
11   Indian cement sector sentiment survey reveals expectations for a better future
17   Shree acquires grinding plant India consolidation continues

RESEARCH & ANALYTICS
21   Cement Volumes
24   Coal market update
25   Energy prices update

CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING MATERIALS
40   Infrastructure & Projects

DEPARTMENTS
1     Editorial Letter: A bright future for India
3     Numbers in Brief: Encouraging prospects for India’s economy and cement market
42   Analyst Recommendations - Latest Broker Recommendations

CEMENT
29   Market and Competition
31   M&A and Finance
33   Projects and Expansions
34   Volume and Pricing
35   People
36   Regional Update
38   Equipment Highlights

CemWeek India Cement Industry News
India's competition commission rejects case against UltraTech Cement
Monday, 13 October 2014 00:22

The CCI said at face value, the case against UltraTech Cement has no merit at all.

 
Vietnam cement industry planning for "long-term" cement exports
Saturday, 11 October 2014 22:34

While local demand is more positive, many companies are also ramping up overseas markets

 
Over 6,000 truck operators go on strike in India
Saturday, 11 October 2014 21:39

Four operators at JP Cement Company involved in strike

 
India's south region continues to enjoy healthy cement demand
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 18:38

Companies in the region outperform the rest of the country

 
Saraswati announced plans to build cement plant in India’s Guntur District
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 18:33

Locals would like land back for agriculture

 
India’s JSW Cement targets steep growth from South India
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 18:22

JSW considers expansion in Kerala

 
India’s Ultratech might consider acquiring cement plants in Madhya Pradesh
Tuesday, 07 October 2014 18:12

Company recently acquired the Gujarat units of Jaypee Cement

 
Cement manufacturers in Pakistan witness sharp demand from the Indian Punjab
Monday, 06 October 2014 19:43

Pakistan’s exports to India dropped due to NTBs

 
India's cement prices soaring
Monday, 06 October 2014 06:01

The price increase was attributed to higher transportation and production costs

 
India’s JK Cement starts operations at new facilities
Sunday, 05 October 2014 21:10

Manufacturing facilities in Mangrol started production and dispatch of cement

 
Local cement sales in Pakistan rise
Saturday, 04 October 2014 17:59

Quarterly export sales decrease versus last year

 
India’s BSLC Plans Cement Plant in Birmitrapur
Saturday, 04 October 2014 17:34

Company hopes to get environment clearance before December

 
Semen Indonesia to build new plant in Papua
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 21:48

Semen Indonesia continues expansion with several plant acquisitions

 
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In Depth

  • Shree acquires JP grinding unit in Haryana
    Cement Companies
    After a period of political unrest that made its effects felt on the cement industry, there are encouraging signs that demand and productivity will soon increase. The developments expected in infrastructure projects and in rural and urban housing are expected to lead to a growth in demand, but not all of those acting in the cement industry are too confident that the following 12 months...
    12 October 2014
  • The Indian Cement Sector Sentiment Survey
    Cement Companies
    After a period of political unrest that made its effects felt on the cement industry, there are encouraging signs that demand and productivity will soon increase. The developments expected in infrastructure projects and in rural and urban housing are expected to lead to a growth in demand, but not all of those acting in the cement industry are too confident that the following 12 months...
    05 October 2014
  • India cement sector set to build momentum, accelerate into 2015
    Cement Companies
    CW Group forecasts 2014 global growth to accelerate to 4.2 percent and consumption to reach 4.21 billion tons, up from 3.9 percent forecasted in February this year. We anticipate that renewed confidence in construction market conditions will positively affect the general global outlook, annual consumption reaching 4.8 billion tons by 2018.
    28 September 2014
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