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08 Jul 2015  |  Africa
Government Expenditure and Technological Advancements are Expected to Drive Demand
The South African construction chemicals market can be described as mature and is expected to experience slow growth over the forecast period of the study. The market is highly competitive with a number of well-established local and international participants. The growth in the public sectors capital expenditure plan is likely to facilitate demand...
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05 Feb 2019  |  Africa
Enterprises Embracing Disruptive Technologies to Find Growth Opportunities
South Africa’s multidisciplinary construction industry accounts for a significant proportion of economic growth. This is evident in the country’s GDP as the industry is currently in a challenging cycle following the ongoing pressure on margins, decreased revenues, and struggling order books. However, the upward trend seen in certain segments of...
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20 Jan 2017  |  Africa
An Increase in Demand for Cleaner Fuels is Forecast for South Africa
The petroleum value chain in South Africa is quite complex and is made up of many capital-intensive processes that often require costly infrastructure. Strategic management and appropriate infrastructure is vital to ensure an optimal flow throughout the petroleum supply chain. The challenge for petroleum companies is to maintain a balance between t...
20 Sep 2016  |  Africa
Infrastructure Development and Market Self-sufficiency Drives Growth
The drive for infrastructure development and market self-sufficiency is common to both Nigeria and Kenya, as is the desire to export excess products to neighbouring countries. This study provides an overview of the cement, fertiliser, and plastic packaging markets in Nigeria and Kenya and highlights key growth opportunities in each market. Content...
24 Aug 2016  |  Africa
Geographic Expansion Expected to Drive Growth
This study provides an analysis of the top 12 multidisciplinary heavy construction companies with experience in construction, mining, processing plants, and project management within Sub-Saharan Africa. Eight of them are South African JSE-listed construction companies whose shares are not suspended, and who do not focus on residential projects; fou...