The CW Group’s Global Cement Volume Forecast Report is a twice-yearly update on projections for cement volumes at the national, regional and global basis. The report brings together the CW Group’s principal research team to provide the latest insights on the evolution of cement volume trends for over 50 important cement markets worldwide. The report contains the CW Group’s 3-year outlook on supply-demand in terms of tonnage volumes as well as estimated utilization rate for cement production capacities.

Principal Contents

 

Table of Contents

Methodology & principal revisions..................................................................5

Overall methodology.................................................................................................5

Forecast methodology..............................................................................................5

Principal revisions.....................................................................................................6

Executive commentary: Global volume outlook...........................................7

Table: Consumption forecast (2009-2014, mm tons): global summary.............7

Chart: Global Consumption forecast (-2014) & comparison to last forecast.....8

Chart: Global ex-China Cons. forecast (-2014) & comparison to last forecast.8

Regional divergence.................................................................................................9

Chart: Global consumption by region (2009-2014 volume)..............................10

Chart: Global consumption by region (2009-2014 share)................................10

Heatmap: Global 2013 YoY outlook growth.......................................................11

Heatmap: Global 2014 YoY outlook growth.......................................................11

In brief: global economy & construction......................................................13

Overview................................................................................................................13

Asia.........................................................................................................................13

Americas.................................................................................................................14

Middle East..............................................................................................................14

Africa......................................................................................................................14

Europe and Russia..................................................................................................15

Country snapshots: near-term status & drivers.......................................16

Afghanistan............................................................................................................16

Algeria.....................................................................................................................17

Angola.....................................................................................................................17

Australia..................................................................................................................18

Brazil.......................................................................................................................18

China.......................................................................................................................19

Colombia..................................................................................................................19

Egypt.......................................................................................................................20

France.....................................................................................................................21

Germany.................................................................................................................21

Greece....................................................................................................................22

India.........................................................................................................................23

Indonesia.................................................................................................................23

Iran..........................................................................................................................24

Iraq..........................................................................................................................24

Italy..........................................................................................................................25

Japan......................................................................................................................26

Malaysia..................................................................................................................26

Mexico.....................................................................................................................27

Morocco..................................................................................................................27

Nigeria.....................................................................................................................28

Pakistan...................................................................................................................28

Philippines...............................................................................................................29

Poland.....................................................................................................................30

Qatar.......................................................................................................................30

Russia.....................................................................................................................31

Saudi Arabia...........................................................................................................32

South Africa............................................................................................................32

South Korea............................................................................................................33

Spain.......................................................................................................................33

Thailand...................................................................................................................34

Tunisia.....................................................................................................................35

Turkey.....................................................................................................................35

Ukraine....................................................................................................................36

United Kingdom.......................................................................................................37

United States...........................................................................................................37

Viet Nam..................................................................................................................38

Data appendix....................................................................................................39

Table: Coverage country cement consumption and utilization rate summary..39

Detailed country by country supply-demand model................................................41

North America.....................................................................................................41

Latin America......................................................................................................41

Western Europe..................................................................................................42

E. Europe & CIS..................................................................................................44

Middle East.........................................................................................................45

Africa...................................................................................................................46

Asia Ex-China.....................................................................................................47

China...................................................................................................................48

Global.................................................................................................................48

Disclaimers.........................................................................................................49

 

Countries covered by the Global Cement Volume Forecast Report (subject to change):

Algeria

Argentina

Australia

Belarus

Belgium

Bolivia

Brazil

Bulgaria

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Czech Republic

Ecuador

Egypt

Finland

France

Germany

Greece

Hungary

India

Indonesia

Iran

Iraq

Israel

Italy

Japan

Jordan

Kazakhstan

Kenya

Lebanon

Malaysia

Mexico

Morocco

Netherlands

Nigeria

Norway

Pakistan

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Romania

Russia

Saudi Arabia

Senegal

South Africa

South Korea

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Thailand

Turkey

UAE

UK

Ukraine

USA

Uzbekistan

Vietnam

+ Regional totals (including countries not listed above)


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