Cement facility reports & maps

Detailed supply-side analysis of the cement industry that reviews all cement manufacturing plants in different regions, including integrated gray and white cement plants, cement grinding stations, and slag cement grinding units.

The cement research reports provide a comprehensive view of cement manufacturing capacity in the region, for each unit documenting cement production capacity, number of cement production lines, location, ownership, and group relationship. The reports also provides a quantitative segment analysis of the units, output capacities, cement production lines by country, sub-region, corporate owners and groups to help the reader understand cement company production market shares across the continent as well as within sub-regions.

The reports include high-level maps noting the location of the cement production units. However, the compendium maps - the first of their kind - provide a unique and large scale, strategic look at the all the cement facilities in the respective regions in the form of a large scale poster in physical print.

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1 Cement Facilities of Africa (2013 edition) Tuesday, 14 January 2014
2 Cement Facilities of South America - 2013 edition (Poster) Tuesday, 29 January 2013
3 Cement Facilities of the Southeast Asia (Poster): 2012 edition Monday, 16 July 2012
4 Cement Facilities of the Middle East (Poster): 2012 edition Wednesday, 29 February 2012
5 Middle East Cement Facilities Review (2012 edition) Wednesday, 29 February 2012
6 India Cement Facilities Review (2011 edition) Friday, 20 January 2012
7 India cement facilities (poster) Friday, 11 November 2011
8 Cement Facilities of Russia, the CIS & Baltics (Poster) Tuesday, 14 June 2011
9 Cement Facilities of the Caribbean (Poster) Monday, 13 June 2011
10 Cement Facilities of North & Central America (Poster) Tuesday, 07 June 2011

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In Depth

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    In our present times, cement goes  as far as demand, production costs and transport permits, but in the future, the plants will be based on the criteria of CO2 production. In order to decrease the CO2 generated by transport, plant size will depend on the demand for cement in a radius not greater than 300 km.  
    23 November 2015
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    The technology (Fall-G) was discovered by two Indian scientists in the 80’s and is believed to revolutionize age-old brick-making practices, while being healthier and more environmentally friendly.
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  • CW Research: A Moderate Outlook for Cement Prices and Trading Volumes in 2015
    The global context brings economic growth projections marginally lower than in 2014, with an estimated growth rate of 3.3 percent in 2015.
    26 October 2015
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