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Following a slow start in the first quarter of 2011, the CW Group Cement Equipment Order Intake (CEOI) index plummeted to 68.0 for that quarter, its lowest value since the inception in Q4 2009. The second quarter of 2011 saw orders grow and the CEOI index rose to 91.6. On the other end, the CW Group Cement Equipment Order Backlog (CEOB) index remained virtually unchanged through the first half of 2011.

Read the full update in the August / September issue of the CemWeek Magazine on page 2.


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  • Shree acquires JP grinding unit in Haryana
    Cement Companies
    After a period of political unrest that made its effects felt on the cement industry, there are encouraging signs that demand and productivity will soon increase. The developments expected in infrastructure projects and in rural and urban housing are expected to lead to a growth in demand, but not all of those acting in the cement industry are too confident that the following 12 months...
    11 October 2014
  • The Indian Cement Sector Sentiment Survey
    Cement Companies
    After a period of political unrest that made its effects felt on the cement industry, there are encouraging signs that demand and productivity will soon increase. The developments expected in infrastructure projects and in rural and urban housing are expected to lead to a growth in demand, but not all of those acting in the cement industry are too confident that the following 12 months...
    04 October 2014
  • India cement sector set to build momentum, accelerate into 2015
    Cement Companies
    CW Group forecasts 2014 global growth to accelerate to 4.2 percent and consumption to reach 4.21 billion tons, up from 3.9 percent forecasted in February this year. We anticipate that renewed confidence in construction market conditions will positively affect the general global outlook, annual consumption reaching 4.8 billion tons by 2018.
    27 September 2014
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