According to a new research report by RNCOS , growth of cement industry largely depends on the economic growth of the entire country in relation to the infrastructural development. India’s GDP growth reached 6.9% during 2011-12 and is expected to grow further, making it one of the fastest growing economies in the world. With rise in GDP, infrastructure investments by the government are also increasing in the country. For instance, in the Twelfth 5-year plan, the government has planned to allocate funds worth INR 1 Trillion for infrastructural investment. These infrastructural investments will provide a strong boost to the cement demand in the country.
Research Analysis & Highlights
The report, “Indian Cement Industry Outlook 2015”
which is spread over in 70 pages is an outcome of extensive research and thorough analysis of the Indian cement industry. Our study also highlights the cost analysis of the industry with emphasis on power, fuel, raw material, and transportation cost. It also provides statistics on the current plants by installed capacity along with the types of cement by production type to present clients with all prerequisite information for investment in the cement industry.
We have also covered in-depth insight on major players in the competitive landscape section. The section covers the total revenue of top four cement manufacturers along with their business description and strategic analysis. Most importantly, the report has also provided industry forecasts based on correlation of past drivers, challenges, and opportunities for expansion. Overall, it is an optimum presentation of the Indian cement industry, which caters to all those interested in construction/infrastructure domain.
Some of the report’s key highlights include:
- Southern region to dominate the cement space in terms of installed capacity.
- Cement demand in India to surge at a CAGR of around 11% during 2012-13 to 2014-15.
- Higher demand to boost cement prices in Western Region.
- Central region to lead in new cement plant additions in 2012-13.
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