CemBR launches cement database and intelligence platform
Published by Emily Thomas,
CemBR has launched its comprehensive cement-related database and intelligence platform – CGC™ (CemBR Global Compendium). The CGC™ provides cement professionals with access to data, insights, and intelligence on the 90 largest cement markets in the world, representing over 95% of global cement consumption. Access to the CGC™ is via an annual subscription, which includes all 90 cement markets. The CGC™ will be continually expanding to cover all cement markets by 2022.
The CGC™ platform has three parts:
Country dashboard: With the latest information on 12 cement indicators of the specific market (downloadable in PDF), this section includes relevant country narrative with the latest major market events.
Market and economic data: The last ten years of all aspects of macroeconomic and cement related data (comparison with up to five markets – downloadable in Excel – interactive graphs).
Manufacturing facilities data: An interactive map with all cement manufacturing facilities and tabular data on industry summary and plant by plant details. This section includes narrative on the latest events regarding plants.
Ms Claudia Stefanoiu, CemBR’s Head of Research, commented: “In these turbulent and uncertain times, global cement professionals will welcome an intelligence platform that gives them a high degree of comfort. The CGC™ provides accurate and up to date information, an unprecedented depth of data and insights, a source of continually updated and expanded data on all aspects of the cement market/industry, and an interactive tool allowing cement professionals to handle and use data for their own activities. We believe this is the most comprehensive cement related database and intelligence platform in the market”.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/10122020/cembr-launches-cement-database-and-intelligence-platform/
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