Global Cement Report
YugoslaviaPDFFull Introduction ReportDownload Here
As the Yugoslav economy recovers, so has cement demand picked up from its low in 1999. Much reconstruction work remains to be carried out, however, and expectations are that this will fuel a 12 per cent consumption growth in 2003. With imports remaining modest, local producers are set to benefit significantly from the rise. In Summary 4 Plants 3.64Mta capacity * All cement plants now run by international cement groups * Considerable rebuilding of infrastructure required * Cement consumption set to grow at a good rate for some years to come
The impact of the Russia-Ukraine gas crisis on industry grew yesterday, as energy-intensive manufacturers - from cars to cement and steel - slowed or even shut down production. The ill-effects we...
Private equity firm Mid Europa Partners said it has bought 92.4% of Croatian cement maker Istra Cement from Germany’s HeidelbergCement for an undisclosed sum. "The contract for the deal was sig...