21st Asia CemenTrade Summit Spotlights on Regional Cement Demand-Supply Trends, Sustainable Technologies

Cement producers from Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Sri Lanka, Australia and many others to meet in Manila on 13-14 November, 2019 at CMT's 21st Asia CemenTrade Summit for updates on local demand-supply projections, energy efficiency measures, alternate fuels, carbon emissions and more.

MANILA, Philippines - Oct. 20, 2019 - PRLog -- This year's summit will zoom into the Philippines' government's ambitious Build Build Build (BBB) program that has led to cement capacity expansions. The country's Republic Cement Services shares on 'Philippines - A Thriving Cement Markets Driven by Construction Boom'. In addition, opportunities in Indonesia's cement market especially the government's infrastructure plans, M&A potential and key exports are analyzed by state-run cement producer - PT Semen Indonesia. The program also features two key sessions on the demand/supply forecasts, project updates, infrastructure development and expansion plans in India and Sri Lankan cement markets by Ultratech Cement.

Sustainable technologies for cement industry will be featured at this year's summit with Thailand's SCG Cement sharing its journey of 'Moving towards Sustainable Buildings Trends with Innovative Materials & Technologies' – focusing on 3D printing and more. Also presenting, with paper on the 'Energy Efficient Strategies & Technology Innovations to Comply with Stricter Environmental Regulations' is Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.

China's Cement market outlook and trends mainly its capacity updates, carbon emissions strategy vis-à-vis the ETS roll-out in 2020 gets appraised by China Cement Association (CCA) while Australia's Boral Cement reviews the country's cement market outlook focusing on demand/supply projections, local cement production, alternative fuels and energy efficiency strategy.

Organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT), the summit's other key sessions are:
      ·    Global Cement Market Outlook - IA Cement

Global Coal Market: Key Issues, Constraints and Outlook - PT Medco Energi Mining InternationalGlobal Economic Outlook - Security Bank CorporationA Data-Driven Revolution: How the 4th Industrial Revolution can help the Cement Industry to Increase Profitability - ABB SwitzerlandCement Freight Forecast & Shipping Outlook - Lauritzen BulkersLatest Progress on Chinese Project on Calcined Clay Limestone Cement - Sinoma International EngineeringGBFS/GGBFS & FGD Gypsum Market Trends In Asia/Middle East - Xinda Group Cementious MaterialIn addition, exhibitors at the event include Vietnam Trading Services and Import Export & Royal Cement.

View program or contact Grace at grace@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9147 for more details.

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