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Friday, 2 August 2013

Construction Aggregates Market Analysis & 2017 Forecast Report

The report Global Construction Aggregates Market – Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017 by Timetric is now available at Contact with Global Construction Aggregates Market – Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017 in subject line and your contact details to purchase this report or get your questions answered.

The global construction aggregates market valued over US$99 billion in 2012, of which the Asia-Pacific region constituted a 42.5% share, making it the largest regional market for construction aggregates in the world. In the same year, Europe and North America were the second- and third-largest regional markets, representing respective shares of 26.9% and 20.8%. Continuing economic uncertainty in Europe and a gradual recovery in the US are expected to reduce these regional market shares. Growing economies in the Asia-Pacific, in particular China, India and Indonesia, are expected to reduce the market shares of Western regions, as the rapid development of infrastructure and other construction markets in these areas increases the demand for construction aggregates. The market shares of the European and North American regions are expected to reach 22.7% and 20% respectively in 2017, down from 2012, while the Asia-Pacific region is forecast to increase its share to 47.6% by 2017.

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the construction aggregates market globally:
- Historical (2008-2012) and forecast (2013-2017) valuations of the construction aggregates market in Asia-Pacific, Middle East, Europe, North America, Latin America
- Data provided for construction sands, gravel and pebbles, crushed stones, chippings, waste-based aggregates and pre-coated aggregates
- Breakdown of values at country level (44 countries)
- Analysis of key events and factors driving the construction aggregates market globally

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Key Highlights
The global construction aggregates market valued over US$99 billion in 2012, of which the Asia-Pacific region constituted a 42.5% share, making it the largest regional market for construction aggregates in the world. In terms of growth, the global construction aggregates market recorded a CAGR of 2.40% during the review period. A key factor for this low growth was a decline in the market by 9.8% in 2009.

The Asia-Pacific construction aggregates market valued over US$40 billion in 2012. China constituted the largest share of the regional market with 66.1% in 2012. Future growth will be driven by large-scale infrastructure development undertaken in emerging economies, and the easing of the economic crisis in Europe. However, the slowdown in Asia, the gradual US recovery and uncertainty in Europe will moderate growth.

Crushed stone was the largest category in the market during the review period. The category valued over US$44 billion in 2012, constituting a 44.8% share in the global market. Infrastructure networks in developed countries are well established, and many use lower amounts of aggregates and concrete in construction. The majority of construction work in these countries will be limited to repairs and upgrades of existing infrastructure, and demand for construction aggregates will be less than in emerging nations.

Increasing traffic congestion in urban areas worldwide has forced governments to invest in mass transit projects such as metro railways. GCC nations, in particular, have earmarked large sums of money in the development of a rail network to connect national and regional locations. These developments are expected to drive demand for construction aggregates. Stringent environmental and land use regulations in place in developed countries are expected to boost demand for recycled and secondary construction aggregates (waste-based aggregates) such as blast-furnace slag and crushed hydraulic concrete

Major Points in a Table of Content

9 Company Profile: Vulcan Materials Company
9.1 Vulcan Materials Company - Company Overview
9.2 Vulcan Materials Company - Business Description
9.3 Vulcan Materials Company - Main Products
9.4 Vulcan Materials Company - History
9.5 Vulcan Materials Company - Company Information
9.5.1 Vulcan Materials Company - key competitors
9.5.2 Vulcan Materials Company - key employees
10 Company Profile: CRH Plc
10.1 CRH Plc - Company Overview
10.2 CRH Plc - Business Description
10.3 CRH Plc - Main Products and Services
10.4 CRH Plc - History
10.5 CRH Plc - Company Information
10.5.1 CRH Plc - key competitors
10.5.2 CRH Plc - key employees
11 Company Profile: Martin Marietta Materials, Inc.
11.1 Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - Company Overview
11.2 Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - Business Description
11.3 Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - Main Products
11.4 Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - History
11.5 Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - Company Information
11.5.1 Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - key competitors
11.5.2 Martin Marietta Materials, Inc. - key employees
12 Company Profile: Holcim Ltd
12.1 Holcim Ltd - Company Overview
12.2 Holcim Ltd - Business Description
12.3 Holcim Ltd - Main Products
12.4 Holcim Ltd - History
12.5 Holcim Ltd - Company Information
12.5.1 Holcim Ltd - key competitors
12.5.2 Holcim Ltd - key employees
13 Company Profile: HeidelbergCement AG
13.1 HeidelbergCement AG - Company Overview
13.2 HeidelbergCement AG - Business Description
13.3 HeidelbergCement AG - Main Products
13.4 HeidelbergCement Ag - History
13.5 HeidelbergCement Ag - Company Information
13.5.1 HeidelbergCement AG - key competitors
13.5.2 HeidelbergCement AG - key employees

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