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World demand to exceed $25 billion by 2017

World demand for cement and concrete additives is projected to surpass $25 billion by 2017. Although global growth in cement consumption is projected to decelerate somewhat, additive demand will increase considerably faster than it did in the 2007-2012 period, mainly because of rebounding construction activity in many of the world's most intensive additive-using markets. In North America, growth will be led by the US market, due to rebounding construction activity, which has bolstered demand for both cement and additives. Similarly, Western Europe is projected to post strong gains due to an improved outlook for the construction industry. In Asia, growth in the enormous market in China -- which accounts for more than half of global cement consumption -- will decelerate from the breakneck pace registered in the past 10 years, but still be above average. Sustained advances in the large Indian market will boost regional growth, as will a rebound in Japan, where construction activity and cement consumption are expected to reverse a decade-long period of decline. In general, demand for additives in developing area will be bolstered by sustained growth in construction activity and increased cement consumption. Also, additive loading will continue to increase, as their use can shorten construction times, save on labor costs, reduce overall cement consumption in concrete applications, and bring concrete construction practices up to standard.

All major additive types to post healthy advances

Chemical additive demand will be led by water reducers, particularly superplasticizers used in self-compacting concrete (SCC) and other high-performance applications. Air entrainers and other products will also benefit from increased use of SCC. Use of mineral additives in concrete formulations is increasing due to efforts to lessen overall cement consumption and to take advantage of performance attributes offered by industrial waste products such as fly ash and blast furnace slag, including in areas that are not significant users of blended cement. The fiber segment is expected to register solid growth based on rebounding demand in several key markets and increasing use of fiber additives in markets where use had been less common, including countries in Western Europe. In addition, growing use of blends of synthetic and steel fibers will boost value gains.

Building applications to lead growth

Global building construction activity is expected to accelerate substantially following a weak period, particularly in the world's most developed regions. This will boost demand for additives in concrete for buildings, especially in larger buildings and other structures requiring high performance concrete. Advances in the highways and streets market will be strongest in developing areas such as the Africa/Mideast region and China, where roads and other infrastructure expansion is occurring most rapidly, leading to greater use of cement and, in turn, cement and concrete additives. Robust gains in public infrastructure, especially in developing regions, will create opportunities for growth due to the greater use of better-performing concrete applications for dams, airports and other major projects. Such projects often require larger volumes of additives for greater durability, workability, strength and resistance to salts, chemicals and weather.

Study coverage

This upcoming industry study, World Cement & Concrete Additives, presents historical demand data (2002, 2007, 2012) as well as forecasts for 2017 and 2022 by type, market, world region, and for 21 countries. The study also considers market environment factors, evaluates company market share and profiles global industry competitors.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION xii

I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 1

II. MARKET ENVIRONMENT 4

General 4
World Economic Overview 5
Recent Historical Trends 5
Macroeconomic Outlook 8
World Demographic Outlook 11
Population 12
Urban Population 13
World Construction Outlook 15
Building Construction 17
Residential Building 18
Nonresidential Building 19
Nonbuilding Construction 21
World Cement Outlook 23
World Cement Demand 25
World Cement Production 28
Cement Substitutes 30
Cement & Concrete Additive Pricing Patterns 32
Environmental & Regulatory Considerations 34
Technological Innovations 37

III. OVERVIEW 39

General 39
Demand by Region 40
Demand by Type 44
Chemical Additives 47
Water Reducers 51
Set Controllers 53
Coloring Agents 54
Air Entrainers & Other 56
Mineral Additives 58
Blast Furnace Slag 60
Gypsum 62
Fly Ash 63
Silica Fume & Other 65
Fiber Additives 66
Demand by Market 69
Building Markets 71
Highway & Street Markets 72
Other Markets 75
Production & Trade Overview 77

IV. NORTH AMERICA 79

General 79
United States 86
Canada 94
Mexico 101

V. WESTERN EUROPE 107

General 107
Belgium 114
France 119
Germany 124
Italy 131
Netherlands 136
Spain 140
United Kingdom 145
Other Western Europe 151

VI. ASIA/PACIFIC 158

General 158
Australia 165
China 170
India 179
Japan 185
South Korea 191
Taiwan 196
Other Asia/Pacific 201

VII. OTHER REGIONS 208

Central & South America 208
Brazil 213
Other Central & South America 219
Eastern Europe 224
Poland 229
Russia 234
Other Eastern Europe 239
Africa/Mideast 244
Saudi Arabia 250
Turkey 255
Other Africa/Mideast 260

VIII. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE 267

General 267
Market Share 269
Industry Restructuring 272
Cooperative Agreements 274
Product Development & Manufacturing 278
Research & Development 279
Marketing & Distribution 281
Company Profiles 284
Addiment Italia, see Sika
AfriSam South Africa Pty Limited 285
Ash Resources Pty Limited 286
Australian Steel Mill Services, see HeidelbergCement
BASF SE 288
Boral Limited 298
Buzzi Unicem SpA 302
Cement Australia, see HeidelbergCement and Holcim
CEMEX SAB de CV 304
China National Bluestar Group Company Limited 307
CHRYSO, see Materis Holding Luxembourg
Cimenteries CBR, see HeidelbergCement
Denki Kagaku Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha 309
Dryvit Systems, see RPM International
Dyckerhoff, see Buzzi Unicem
Ecocem Materials Limited 311
Elementis plc 313
Elkem Silicon Materials, see China National Bluestar
Group
EnGro Corporation Limited 315
Essroc Cement, see Italcementi
Euclid Chemical, see RPM International
EUCO-Toxement, see RPM International
Flyash Australia, see Boral, HeidelbergCement and
Holcim
Fosroc, see JMH Fzco
Grace (WR) & Company 318
Grace Chemicals KK, see Denki Denki Kagaku Kogyo
Kabushiki Kaisha and Grace (WR) &
Hanson, see HeidelbergCement
Headwaters Incorporated 324
Hebei Jiuqiang Construction Material, see Sika
HeidelbergCement AG 326
Holcim Limited 330
Italcementi SpA 335
JFE Holdings Incorporated 337
Jiangsu Sobute New Materials Company Limited 338
Jinan Luxin Materials, see EnGro
JMH Fzco 340
Kao Corporation 341
Lafarge SA 343
LANXESS AG 347
Lehigh Hanson, see HeidelbergCement
Mapei SpA 350
Materis Holding Luxembourg SA 352
Mineral Resource Technologies, see CEMEXB
Nippon Electric Glass Company Limited 355
Nippon Shokubai Company Limited 357
Polyplast Corporation 358
Propex Operating Company LLC 360
Radmix Resources, see Sika
Rheoset Industria e Comercio de Aditivos Limitada, see
Grace (WR) &
Rockwood Holdings Incorporated 363
RPM International Incorporated 367
Ruredil SpA 372
Separation Technologies, see Titan Cement
Sika AG 373
Southern Color NA, see Rockwood Holdings
Titan Cement Company SA 381
TSG Impex India Pvt Limited 383
USG Corporation 384
Viapol Limitada, see RPM International
Wuhan Wuxin Materials, see EnGro

LIST OF TABLES

SECTION I -- EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Summary Table 3

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT

1 World Gross Domestic Product by Region 11
2 World Population by Region 13
3 World Urban Population by Region 15
4 World Construction Expenditures by Region 17
5 World Residential Building Construction Expenditures
by Region 19
6 World Nonresidential Building Construction Expenditures by
Region 21
7 World Nonbuilding Construction Expenditures by Region 23
8 World Cement Demand by Region & Type 27
9 World Cement Production by Country, 2012 30

SECTION III -- OVERVIEW

1 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Region 43
2 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type 46
3 World Cement & Concrete Chemical Additive Demand
by Type & Region 50
4 World Cement & Concrete Mineral Additive Demand
by Type & Region 60
5 World Cement & Concrete Fiber Additive Demand by Region 68
6 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Market 70
7 World Building Markets for Cement & Concrete Additives
by Region 72
8 World Highway & Street Markets for Cement & Concrete
Additives by Region 75
9 Other Markets for Cement & Concrete Additives by Region 77

SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA

1 North America: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 82
2 North America: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 85
3 United States: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 89
4 United States: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 90
5 Canada: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 98
6 Canada: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 100
7 Mexico: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 104
8 Mexico: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 106

SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE

1 Western Europe: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 110
2 Western Europe: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 113
3 Belgium: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 116
4 Belgium: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 118
5 France: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 122
6 France: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 124
7 Germany: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 128
8 Germany: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 130
9 Italy: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 133
10 Italy: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 135
11 Netherlands: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 138
12 Netherlands: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 140
13 Spain: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 143
14 Spain: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 145
15 United Kingdom: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 148
16 United Kingdom: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 150
17 Other Western Europe: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 154
18 Other Western Europe: Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand by Type & Market 157

SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC

1 Asia/Pacific: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 161
2 Asia/Pacific: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 164
3 Australia: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 167
4 Australia: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 170
5 China: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 174
6 China: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 178
7 India: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 182
8 India: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 185
9 Japan: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 188
10 Japan: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 191
11 South Korea: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 194
12 South Korea: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 196
13 Taiwan: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 199
14 Taiwan: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 201
15 Other Asia/Pacific: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 204
16 Other Asia/Pacific: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 207

SECTION VII -- OTHER REGIONS

1 Central & South America: Key Indicators for Cement
& Concrete Additive Demand 211
2 Central & South America: Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand by Type & Market 213
3 Brazil: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 217
4 Brazil: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 219
5 Other Central & South America: Key Indicators for Cement
& Concrete Additive Demand 222
6 Other Central & South America: Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand by Type & Market 224
7 Eastern Europe: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 227
8 Eastern Europe: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 229
9 Poland: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 231
10 Poland: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 233
11 Russia: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 237
12 Russia: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 239
13 Other Eastern Europe: Key Indicators for Cement &
Concrete Additive Demand 242
14 Other Eastern Europe: Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand by Type & Market 244
15 Africa/Mideast: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 248
16 Africa/Mideast: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 250
17 Saudi Arabia: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 253
18 Saudi Arabia: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 255
19 Turkey: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete Additive
Demand 258
20 Turkey: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type
& Market 260
21 Other Africa/Mideast: Key Indicators for Cement & Concrete
Additive Demand 264
22 Other Africa/Mideast: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Type & Market 266

SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

1 World Cement & Concrete Additive Sales by Company, 2012 268
2 Selected Acquisitions & Divestitures 273
3 Selected Cooperative Agreements 275

LIST OF CHARTS

SECTION II -- MARKET ENVIRONMENT
1 World Cement Demand by Region, 2012 28
SECTION III -- OVERVIEW
1 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Region, 2012 44
2 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand by Type, 2012 46
3 World Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Market, 2012 70
SECTION IV -- NORTH AMERICA
1 North America: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Country, 2012 86
SECTION V -- WESTERN EUROPE
1 Western Europe: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Country, 2012 114
SECTION VI -- ASIA/PACIFIC
1 Asia/Pacific: Cement & Concrete Additive Demand
by Country, 2012 165
SECTION VIII -- INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
1 World Cement & Concrete Additive Market Share, 2012 270

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