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CW Research’s dry bulk cargo and shipping industry market research provides comprehensive insights into the global dry bulk cargo supply chain. Our research reports and consulting services cover major and minor seaborne dry bulk cargoes, offering outlooks on traded volumes, trends and key issues facing various commodities, including coal, petcoke, grains, iron ore, cement (and related cementitious materials) and other dry bulk cargoes.

CW Research's dry bulk cargo market research not only covers the dry bulk commodities, but also covers port infrastructure, material handling (including conveying and loading/unloading equipment), specialized dry bulk cargo vessels (e.g., cement carriers), dry bulk storage and other stakeholder sectors.

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World Cement, Clinker & Slag Sea-Based Trade Report 2022 (forecast through 2027)

CW Research’s “World Cement, Clinker & Slag Sea-Based Trade” report provides an in-depth and data-oriented analysis of seaborne cement, clinker, slag (GBFS) and fly-ash trade.

Trade flows, pricing trends, trading infrastructure required for this specialized dry bulk cargo shipping sector are detailed, while providing a comprehensive review of terminals, suppliers of cementitious materials to support strategic decisions buy buyers, sellers and shippers alike.

The report also projects key gray cement, white cement, slag, fly ash and clinker supply demand gaps that will sustain world cement trading in for the next few years. Key exporters of cementitious materials, their facilities, and traders are profiled, as well as key cement carrier operations and their vessels. Particular emphasis is given to understanding the possible supply options and export terminals around the world and to strategic implications for future supply-side dynamics. Dedicated cement carriers are also analyzed in terms of routes, age, utilization rates and dead-weight tonnage.

Examined trade flows include gray cement, clinker, white cement, and slag, as well as a discussion of fly ash trade, in bag, big-bag, or bulk form. The report projects main flows through 2027 expected to be shipped by ocean-going vessels and also includes prevailing cement trade prices and bulk / dry cargo shipping rates.

Scope of the report:

1. Methodology

2. Executive overview

3. Cementitious sea-based trade

  • Introduction
  • Shipping analysis
  • Outlook

4. Sea-based trade by type of cementitious product

  • Gray Cement
  • Clinker
  • White Cement
  • Slag
  • Fly Ash

5. Sea-based trade by region: facilities

  • North and Central America
  • South America
  • Europe
  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Middle East

6. Company Profiles - Trading companies: LafargeHolcim Trading, Cementos Argos, Buzzi Unicem, Cimsa, CRH, and others

7. Company Profiles - Shipping companies: KGJ Cement Holding, Baltrader, CTI Group, KC Maritime, Sirios Shipmanagement, United Bulk Carriers

8. Data Tables

$3,900.00 each
CATEGORY
Dry bulk cargo and shipping
PAGES
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FORMAT
Electronic (PDF)
RELEASE DATE
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