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Indonesian cement exports expected to grow 50%

30 August 2016, Published under Cement News

Indonesia's cement and clinker exports are forecast to reach 1.5Mt in 2016, a 50 per cent increase when compared with the export volume of the previous year. In the seven months to July, exports had already noted a 63 per cent YoY increase. Indonesia exported 833,000t of cement and clinker in January-July, according to the Indonesia Cement Association (ASI). Around 509,000t of this was clinker while the remainder consisted of bulk cement. The news is particularly welcome for the countr...

SE Asia towards oversupply?

20 June 2016, Published under Cement News

The southeast Asian cement market has seen rapid demand growth in recent years. Backed by favourable macroeconomic trends, it is likely to remain one of the fastest-growing cement markets. Many cement producers, both local and international, performed very well in this region and are keen to expand their existing capacity, while for others entering these enticing markets has become a priority. By The Jakarta Advisory Group, Indonesia. Fast-growing southeast Asian markets are attractin...

Indonesia heats up

23 June 2015, Published under Cement News

Domestic cement demand in Indonesia is expected to grow strongly in the future, largely driven by infrastructure developments and an improved economic outlook. However, the current high margins enjoyed by local producers look set to come under pressure as new capacity comes on-stream and competition heats up. By Isnaptura Iskandar, Maybank Kim Eng Securities, Indonesia. A healthy economic outlook and infrastructure are likely to underpin demand going foward Indonesia’s peaceful ...