South Africa Cement, Lime and Allied Materials Manufacturing Market Report 2022 – Sustainability Issues Driving Technological Change in Industry

DUBLIN, May 10, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The report “Manufacture of cement, lime and allied materials in South Africa 2022” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

South Africa’s cement manufacturing industry is oversupplied and threatened by cheap imports and the proliferation of cheap blended cements. Prolonged economic stagnation has hampered the industry’s recovery, as government construction and infrastructure spending has provided little opportunity for growth over the past five years.

Three new entrants over the past decade have put additional pressure on capacity utilization and producer prices. Cement manufacturing is energy-intensive, and clinker production, on which much of the industry relies, is particularly emission-intensive. These and other sustainability issues are driving technological change in the industry.

Imports

Although South Africa has excess cement production capacity, imported cement continues to flow into the country. The past two years have presented the industry with opportunities due to the temporary halt in imports and the adoption of a more aggressive localization policy by the government. However, the domestic market remains overstretched, leading to significant underutilization of capacity and occasional price wars.

There has been an increase in cheap imports and independent blending operations, and protection against trade in substandard products is limited. Although the government has offered protection to the local industry through anti-dumping measures, these protections have reached their statutory lifespan and are being reviewed, creating uncertainty for the industry. .

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This report focuses on the manufacture of cement, lime and related products and includes information on the size of the industry in terms of production capacity, consumption and sales and the state of the industry, including including the competitive environment, corporate actions and financial and operational performance of listed companies.

There are profiles of 13 companies, including major players such as PPC, AfriSam, Lafarge, Sephaku and NPC, relatively new players such as Mamba Cement and Cemza, and lime producers such as SA Lime and Gypsum and Bontebok Limeworks.

Main topics covered:

1. INTRODUCTION

2. INDUSTRY DESCRIPTION

2.1. Industry value chain

2.2. Geographical position

2.3. Industry size

2.4. Key success factors and pain points

3. LOCAL

3.1. Key trends

3.2. Notable players

3.3. Exchange

3.4. Company actions

3.5. Regulations

3.6. Business development and socio-economic development

4. AFRICA

5. INTERNATIONAL

6. INFLUENCING FACTORS

6.1. COVID-19

6.2. Economic environment

6.3. Public infrastructure spending

6.4. Environmental problems

6.5. Technology, Research and Development (R&D) and Innovation

6.6. Input costs

6.7. Work

7. COMPETITIVE ENVIRONMENT

7.1. Competition

7.2. Industry ownership structure

7.3. Entry barriers

8. SWOT ANALYSIS

9. OUTLOOK

10. INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS

COMPANY PROFILES

  • Afrimat Ltd

  • Afrisam (South Africa) (Pty) Ltd

  • Bontebok Limeworks (Pty) Ltd

  • Cemza (Pty) Ltd

  • Idwala Industrial Holdings (Pty) Ltd

  • Kerneos South Africa (Pty) Ltd

  • Lafarge Industries South Africa (Pty) Ltd

  • Mamba Cement Company (RF) (Pty) Ltd (La)

  • NPC Intercement (RF) (Pty) Ltd

  • PBD Holdings (Pty) Ltd

  • PPC Ltd.

  • SA Lime and Gypsum (Pty) Ltd

  • Sephaku Holdings Ltd

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