The CemWeek platform is pleased to announce the release of the latest issue of India Cement & Construction Materials Journal. The new issue covers major developments in the Asian and South East Asian region, ranging from the market developments and technical analyses to the expert recommendations on the cement business.
One of the main topics detailed by the new edition of the ICCM Journal is the impact of lower crude oil prices on the Indian cement industry, with a focus on the petcoke market, which has reported increased savings led by lower costs for energy. The feature details the fluctuations in prices over the past few months, and the diversification of petcoke sources as new producers in the Middle East start shipping the product. Indian interest in imported petcoke (fuel grade petroleum coke) was held up, and end-users have been looking to cover cargoes for the upcoming monsoon season although their price expectations remained low. All the details are available in the new issue of ICCM magazine.
This edition of the journal also features an in-depth overview of the available packaging solutions. Wrapping, shrinking, or stretching, that has been the question for producers, big and small, as each solution may have its own advantages, depending on production scale and other technical factors. ICCM magazine also describes cost-related issues for each of these solutions.
The new issue of India Cement & Construction Materials Journal brings the latest updates on the regional cement market, on new projects and expansions, as well as on equipment, volume, pricing, and finances. Analyst recommendations are quoted extensively in this issue of ICCM, with clear indications as to how cement and related stocks are expected to fare in the following weeks to months. Don’t miss out the market data snapshot for an overview of the ups and downs of the Indian and regional cement industry.