Southern African Cement Industry Production and Investment Forecasts

Exploration of the Sub-region's Top 3 Country Markets


This research service provides the production and investment forecasts for the cement industry within Southern Africa for the years 2009 to 2018. Three Southern African countries—South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe—were selected for in-depth analysis based on their cement production capacity. The above mentioned countries have announced plans to spend significantly on expansion and upgrade projects during the forecast period from 2013 to 2018. The study also discusses the key market drivers and restraints for each country and provides an overview of the central participants within each market.

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Table of Contents

Executive SummaryExecutive SummaryExecutive Summary (continued)Executive Summary—Market Engineering MeasurementsExecutive Summary—CEO’s PerspectiveMarket OverviewMarket Overview—Introduction to South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe’s Cement IndustryMarket Overview—DefinitionsMarket Overview—Definitions (continued)Market Overview—Research ScopeMarket Overview—Research Aims and Objectives Market Overview—Key Questions This Study Will AnswerMarket Overview—Segmentation Forecast and Trends—Total Cement IndustryMarket Engineering MeasurementsKey Forecast AssumptionsTotal Cement Industry—Production Output Trends and ForecastProduction Trends and Forecast DiscussionSouth African Cement IndustryBackground to South Africa’s Cement IndustrySouth Africa—Historic Production, Supply, and Demand TrendsSouth Africa—Historic Production, Supply, and Demand Trends (continued)South Africa—Drivers and RestraintsSouth Africa—Drivers ExplainedSouth Africa—Drivers Explained (continued)South Africa—Drivers Explained (continued)South Africa—Drivers Explained (continued)South Africa—Drivers Explained (continued)South Africa—Restraints ExplainedSouth Africa—Restraints Explained (continued)South Africa—Restraints Explained (continued)South Africa—Restraints Explained (continued)South Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—Pretoria Portland CementSouth Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—Pretoria Portland Cement (continued) South Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—LafargeSouth Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—Lafarge (continued) South Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—AfriSamSouth Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—AfriSam (continued) South Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—NPC CimporSouth Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—NPC Cimpor (continued)South Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—Sephaku CementSouth Africa Key Industry Participant Profiles—Sephaku Cement (continued) Zambian Cement IndustryBackground to Zambia’s Cement IndustryZambia—Historic Production, Supply, and Demand TrendsZambia—Historic Production, Supply, and Demand Trends (continued)Zambia—Drivers and RestraintsZambia—Drivers ExplainedZambia—Drivers Explained (continued)Zambia—Drivers Explained (continued)Zambia—Drivers Explained (continued)Zambia—Restraints ExplainedZambia—Restraints Explained (continued)Zambia—Restraints Explained (continued)Zambia Key Industry Participant Profiles—Lafarge Cement ZambiaZambia Key Industry Participant Profiles—Lafarge Cement Zambia (continued) Zambia Key Industry Participant Profiles—Zambezi Portland CementZambia Key Industry Participant Profiles—Zambezi Portland Cement (continued)Zimbabwean Cement IndustryBackground to Zimbabwe’s Cement IndustryZimbabwe—Historic Production, Supply, and Demand TrendsZimbabwe—Historic Production, Supply, and Demand Trends (continued)Zimbabwe—Drivers and RestraintsZimbabwe—Drivers ExplainedZimbabwe—Drivers Explained (continued)Zimbabwe—Drivers Explained (continued)Zimbabwe—Drivers Explained (continued)Zimbabwe—Restraints ExplainedZimbabwe—Restraints Explained (continued)Zimbabwe—Restraints ExplainedZimbabwe Key Industry Participant Profiles—Portland Holdings LimitedZimbabwe Key Industry Participant Profiles—Portland Holdings Limited (continued) Zimbabwe Key Industry Participant Profiles—Lafarge Cement ZimbabweZimbabwe Key Industry Participant Profiles—Lafarge Cement Zimbabwe (continued) Zimbabwe Key Industry Participant Profiles—Sino-Zimbabwe Cement CompanyZimbabwe Key Industry Participant Profiles—Sino-Zimbabwe Cement Company (continued) Investment AnalysisInvestment Analysis—Southern African Cement IndustryThe Last WordThe Last Word—Three Big PredictionsLegal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering MethodologyList of Key Companies ProfiledTable of Acronyms UsedThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWho is Frost & SullivanWhat Makes Us UniqueTEAM MethodologyOur Global Footprint 40+ Offices




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