Surveys

The CW Group’s cement market surveys provides a broad evaluation of emerging trends and themes that have dominated different cement sectors around the world over recent months, as well as are likely to be important in the months ahead.

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1 2014 CemWeek's India Cement Sector Sentiment Survey Thursday, 23 October 2014
2 2013 CemWeek’s Brazil and Americas Cement Sector Sentiment Survey Thursday, 08 May 2014
3 2013 CemWeek's India Cement Sector Sentiment Survey Tuesday, 27 August 2013
4 2012 Middle East and Africa Cement Sector Sentiment Survey Wednesday, 02 January 2013
5 2012 Brazil and Americas Cement Sector Sentiment Survey Sunday, 16 September 2012
6 CemWeek 2012 India Cement Sector Survey Thursday, 21 June 2012
7 2011 Middle East & Africa Cement Business Survey Wednesday, 21 December 2011
8 2011 Brazil/Americas Cement Business Survey Monday, 05 September 2011
9 CemWeek 2011 India Cement Sector Survey Thursday, 30 June 2011
10 CemWeek's 2010 Africa & Middle East Survey Friday, 04 February 2011
11 CemWeek 2010 India Cement Survey (free) Monday, 12 July 2010

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  • Indian Cement Industry to Benefit from Cheaper Petcoke
    Lower crude oil prices have exerted a positive impact on the Indian cement industry, which has reported increased savings led by lower costs for energy and packaging polymer in Q1 2015 vs. Q4 2014. After the initial decline in fuel-grade petcoke, April brought about a mild price increase of around 1 percent, as Indian interest in imported petcoke...
    18 June 2015
  • Ecoefficiency through technological innovation in the production of artificial pozzolan at Votorantim Cimentos’ Porto Velho plant
    The Porto Velho cement plant is located in Rondonia State, in the Northwest of Brazil. It was designed for supplying cement to the North region of Brazil and, particularly, Santo Antonio and Jirau hydroelectric power plants that are under construction in the middle of Amazon region.
    14 May 2015
  • Slag - A material that endows cement and concrete
    Slag has been employed in cement manufacturing since the 19th century, today being universally accepted as a material that endows cement and concrete with a noteworthy list of advantages. Given that this waste is highly dependent on steel and iron output, both of which are subject to the fluctuations of the macro-economic indicators, cement manufacturers are challenged in finding...
    14 May 2015
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