Cement market in CIS countries 2012

Date: July 1, 2012
Pages: 197
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Cement market in CIS countries 2012
The cement markets in the CIS countries of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Georgia are subjects of interest to a wide range of manufacturers, equipment producers and investment professionals. They seek data on current demand and production, long- range forecasts for the market as well as insight into the strategic plans of major market players.

Cement market in CIS countries 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 is PMR’s response to their demands for an innovative source of information. As companies in several of the covered countries plan major upgrade initiatives to increase manufacturing capacity, events are coming together to create opportunity for machinery providers, distributors, investors and others at work in the industry. This report functions as a comprehensive key to market knowledge as well as potential opportunity.

It describes conditions and supplies basic data for markets in each of the twelve covered countries, and reveals the production capacities of major market players as well as their recent investments and plans for expansion, including construction of new facilities. The report covers the production versus consumption situation in each country, and analyses the trade policies and agreements that exist between them, including plans for surplus product.

Profiles of leading companies describe their recent projects and explain the rationale of their strategies for the future. Planned investments are evaluated and analysed, and detailed long-term forecasts for cement production and consumption volume are enhanced by the addition of value forecasts for both during the period to 2014.

The all-inclusive nature of this document makes it the perfect market information resource for executives and decision makers at cement manufacturing facilities, manufacturers of companion construction materials and machinery, contracting companies and project management enterprises, foreign companies interested in but unfamiliar with the CIS regional markets, design and consulting companies, building contractors and various types of financial institutions with interests in cement production in the CIS region.

The information contained within Cement market in CIS countries 2012, Development forecasts for 2012-2014 empowers industry professionals to plan their strategies with confidence, locate the appropriate candidates for merger and acquisition activities and break into a new segment of the market in a profitable manner. It is a valuable aid in forecasting cement demand, researching and monitoring performance of the competition, new market and investment evaluation and analysis. Developed by the team of experienced market professionals at PMR, this report is created from a wide variety of informational resources combined with the analysis and data needed to construct accurate long range forecasts and provide users with the truly comprehensive document required for the conduct of successful business operations.
I. METHODOLOGY P.

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY P.

III. CEMENT MARKET IN RUSSIA P.

IV. CEMENT MARKET IN UKRAINE P.

V. CEMENT MARKET IN KAZAKHSTAN P.

VI. CEMENT MARKET IN UZBEKISTAN P.

VII. CEMENT MARKET IN BELARUS P.

VIII. CEMENT MARKET IN THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA P.

IX. CEMENT MARKET IN ARMENIA P.

X. CEMENT MARKET IN AZERBAIJAN P.

XI. CEMENT MARKET IN GEORGIA P.

XII. CEMENT MARKET IN KYRGYZSTAN P.

XIII. CEMENT MARKET IN TURKMENISTAN P.

XIV. CEMENT MARKET IN TAJIKISTAN P.

XV. LIST OF GRAPHS P.

XVI. LIST OF TABLES P.

XVII. ABOUT PMR P.

XVIII. CONTACT PMR P.
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