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.
The Cement Plant of the FutureIn our present times, cement goes as far as demand, production costs and transport permits, but in the future, the plants will be based on the criteria of CO2 production. In order to decrease the CO2 generated by transport, plant size will depend on the demand for cement in a radius not greater than 300 km.23 November 2015
India’s Eco Brick-Making RevolutionThe technology (Fall-G) was discovered by two Indian scientists in the 80’s and is believed to revolutionize age-old brick-making practices, while being healthier and more environmentally friendly.02 November 2015
CW Research: A Moderate Outlook for Cement Prices and Trading Volumes in 2015The global context brings economic growth projections marginally lower than in 2014, with an estimated growth rate of 3.3 percent in 2015.26 October 2015