ICR investigates how the cement industry is playing a vital part in Europe's sustainable future.
New Africa is taking shape and Binani Cement among others is looking to get involved as the continent builds its cement capacity. But what are the risks and opportunities for producers entering East Africa’s hotspot m...
CMPro provides a comprehensive account of Russia’s cement industry development in the country’s modern era and highlights key developments in 2012, while looking ahead at consumption, capacity and price trends.
Ed Sullivan of the PCA gives an update on the US economy and construction markets.
Rob Roy gives a detailed insight into the competitive cement market of the US southern states that have seen large changes in imports and domestic cement output in the last few years.
China’s cement production base is in transition. More modern and efficient plants are being built, while the larger manufacturers are acquiring more capacity. ICR analyses how fast the new-look industry is shaping up.
Chris Pei of the Taiwan Cement Manufacturers' Association outlines the trends and status of Taiwan's cement industry which is pioneering the technology for carbon capture and continuing to aim for more sustainable cem...
Global Investment House provide an update on the status of cement markets in the GCC region.
As Cemtech Middle East and Africa opens its doors, ICR takes a look at the conference’s host market of Morocco, exploring the changing landscape of one of North Africa’s most active cement-producing areas.
In this third and final part of ICR's biannual project review, we focus on new cement plant projects in Asia. Over the past year, India and Indonesia have emerged as key expansion areas for the cement industry with se...
The C&CI describes South Africa's progress on reducing CO2 emissions, lowering the clinker factor in cement and using more self-compacting concrete.
As new kiln capacity figures for 2012 indicate signs of a recovery, ICR takes a look a new capacity and upgrades in Africa and the Middle East in this second part of its biannual new project review.
In the first of a three-part feature, CemNet takes stock of new cement capacity projects around the world, focussing on the Americas and Europe.
The Cypriot cement industry has seen great change in the last few years with a merger of the two main players to leave Vassiliko Cement with a new kiln line that was completed just as the domestic market dipped.
Rob Roy provides a market outlook for the industrial states of Michigan and Ohio where a revival in spending for infrastructure improvements and new construction projects are vital for increased cement consumption.
ICR investigates the strength of the Egyptian cement market which has had to endure political upheaval, the withdrawal of energy subsidies and a fuel shortage in the aftermath of the Arab Spring.