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Volume 1 Issue 20

FEATURES
5 Evolution of fly ash usage in India
Unconventional resources
11 Zuhari to further expand
Expansion
15 Optimum utilization of capacity in the Indian cement industry
An article by Er. Ashis Kumar Chakraborty

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

CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING MATERIALS
40 Infrastructure & Projects

DEPARTMENTS
1 Editorial Letter:
Taking a step further on research and development
3 Numbers in Brief:
India cement production grows
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 Mangalam Cement to see growth in volumes
Tuesday, 06 January 2015 22:21

Cement demand is expected to increase in India

 
Cement plant in India to halt operations
Tuesday, 06 January 2015 19:43

Plant’s management had previously announced plans to modernize the factory

 
Cement price hike throws out of gear construction industry in south India
Tuesday, 06 January 2015 19:38

Many government infrastructure projects slowed

 
Pakistan boosted cement dispatches
Tuesday, 06 January 2015 18:08

Northern cement plant posted a more robust growth

 
India’s Kutch region to have new cement plants
Monday, 05 January 2015 19:35

Investments in the region include large and small sized projects in cement

 
Pakistan’s Attock Cement and K-Electric to set up coal-fired plant
Monday, 05 January 2015 19:30

Factory to power Attock’s cement plant

 
India launches cement scheme
Monday, 05 January 2015 19:26

Government rolls out subsidized 'Amma cement'

 
Mid-cap cement companies in India poised for strong earnings growth
Sunday, 04 January 2015 20:31

Companies to benefit from the improving outlook

 
India’s cement industry expected to recover in 2015
Sunday, 04 January 2015 20:08

Cement manufacturers struggled with weak demand in 2014

 
India’s Shiva Cement boosts cement and clinker dispatches
Sunday, 04 January 2015 19:22

Dispatches grew in April-November

 
Construction of new cement plant in DR Congo receives funding
Sunday, 04 January 2015 19:18

The new plant will be located in the province of Bas-Congo

 
Pakistan’s cement industry posted good performance in 2014
Sunday, 04 January 2015 17:46

Profitability of cement companies improved

 
Pakistan boosted cement exports
Sunday, 04 January 2015 17:31

Exports of cement surged in November

 
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  • 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...
    11 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...
    04 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.
    27 September 2014
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