VIETNAM CEMENT INDUSTRY

Over the past years, the global cement production has sharply increased from 1.38 billion tons in 2002 to 4.1 billion tons in 2017 (equivalent to 73.4% compared to the installed capacity). In 2017, the total cement installed capacity was estimated at over 6 billion tons, a slight increase over 2016. There have been currently about 160 countries producing cement in the world, in which, cement production in Asia has been leading the world, accounting for 80.2% of the global cement produced volume in 2016 with China taking the lead.

Vietnam cement market continues to have excess supply. In 2017, Vietnam Cement industry has had three new cement production lines with the installed capacity of x.x million tons per year coming into operation. Therefore, by the end of 2017, there were 83 cement production lines in the country with the total capacity of xx.x million tons. In  6M/2018, the number of produced cement was estimated about 37.72 thousand tons. The quantity of exported cement and clinker in 6M/2018 reached xx.xx million tons, sharply increasing over 2017. In general, Vietnam cement industry has been continuously oversupplied in the coming years, but the situation would be more complicated and would change by region.

Three groups of cement suppliers in Vietnam: Companies group belonging to VICEM (VICEM is 100% state enterprises with many subsidiaries and associated companies). The second group is foreign cement companies, including LafargeHolcim (Europe), Nghi Son (Japan), Chinfon (Indonesia), Thang Long (Indonesia) và Luks (Hong Kong)…Group of private companies having large-size in the locality, including Xuan Thanh, Cong Thanh and Vissai, besides that there are many small cement enterprises in the locality.

Competition within the industry, along with large cement companies are jointly capturing the market, small cement firms are forced into bankruptcy or merger because they are not competitive enough. It is forecast that in the period 2016 – 2020, the increase in demand will be stable at 6-7%.

 Summary
 1. Business environment
1.1 Macroeconomic situation
1.2 Legal framework
1.3 Trade agreements
2. Industry overview
2.1 World cement industry
2.1.1 Production
2.1.2 Consumption
2.1.3 Export
2.1.4 Import
2.1.5 Price movement
2.1.6 Current status of consumption and production in some typical countries
2.1.7 Current status of consumption and production in ASEAN
2.1.8 Leading enterprises in the industry
2.2 Vietnam cement industry
2.2.1 History of Vietnam cement industry
2.2.2 Definition and Classification
2.2.3 Basic production process
2.2.4 Scale and market share
2.2.5 Input materials
2.2.6 Production technology
2.2.7 Supply-Demand
2.2.8 Production of Clinker and Cement
2.2.9 Consumption
2.2.10 Cement and clinker export
2.2.11 Inventories
2.2.12 Price movement
2.2.13 Distribution method
2.2.14 Transport method (logistic warehouse, seaport, specialized ship, …)
2.3 Industry risk
2.3.1 Main risks
2.3.2 SWOT analysis
2.3.3 5-forces analysis
2.4 Industry planning
2.4.1 Cement industry planning
2.4.2 Construction and real estate industry planning
2.5 Outlook and forecast
2.5.1 Driving forces of industry development
2.5.2 Driving forces of output industry development
2.5.3 World forecast
2.5.4 Domestic forecast
3. Enterprise analysis
3.1 Profitability
3.2 Performance efficiency
3.3 Financial strength
3.4 Return on investment
4. Appendix
4.1 Update of projects invested in the period 2011-2030
4.2 Portfolio of infrastructure projects in the period 2010-2030
4.3 Financial statements

Ha Tien 1 Cement Joint Stock Company
Vissai Ninh Binh Cement Corporation
Nghi Son Cement Company
VICEM Hoang Thach Cement Company
Bim Son Cement Joint Stock Company
VICEM But Son Cement Joint Stock Company
Thang Long Cement Joint Stock Company
VICEM Hoang Mai Cement Joint Stock Company
Quang Ninh Cement and Construction Joint Stock Company
Sai Son Cement Joint Stock Company

List of figures
Figure 1: GDP by current price and GDP per capita, 2013-6M/2018
Figure 2: GDP growth rate by quarter, 2015- Q2/2018
Figure 3: VND/USD exchange rate, 2013-6M/2018
Figure 4: Industrial production index of the manufacturing, 2012 – 6M/2018
Figure 5: State revenues, 6M/2018
Figure 6: Government expenditures, 6M/2018
Figure 7: The rate of development of social investment capital in the first six months, 2015 – 2018
Figure 8: Structure of social investment capital, 6M/2018
Figure 9: FDI capital, 2014 – 6M/2018
Figure 10: FDI attraction by sector, Q1/2018
Figure 11: Cement production by region 2017e
Figure 12: Global Cement Production, 2011 – 2017e
Figure 13: Top largest cement producing countries, 2017e
Figure 14: Consumption structure of cement worldwide, 2017e
Figure 15: Global Cement Consumption, 2010 – 2018e
Figure 16: Volume and value of global cement exports, 2012 – 2017e
Figure 17: Export structure of cement worldwide by type, 2017
Figure 18: Export structure of cement, 2017e
Figure 19: Export structure of cement by region, 2017e
Figure 20: Top largest cement exporting countries by value, 2017e
Figure 21: World’s top largest cement importing countries, 2017
Figure 22: Global cement imports, 2010 – 2017e
Figure 23: Average cement price movement worldwide, 2000 – 2016e
Figure 24: China’s cement production volume, 2012 – 2017
Figure 25: Cement and clinker production volume in the US, 2012 – 2017e
Figure 26: Cement production volume in India, 2012 – 2017
Figure 27: Cement production volume in Thailand, 7/2016 – 6/2017
Figure 28: Distribution number of enterprises producing by region, 2016e
Figure 29: Line distribution by region, 2017
Figure 30: Cost structure of cement prodution
Figure 31: Supply – Demand and Loss of electricity, 2011 – 6T/2018e
Figure 32: Average electricity price, 7/2007 – 6/2018
Figure 33: Structure of electricity consumption, 6M/2018
Figure 34: Structure of electricity consumption for 4 major industries, 2017e
Figure 35: Coal reserves by area, 2010 – 6M/2018e
Figure 36: Forecast for coal supply-demand in the period 2015-2030f
Figure 37: Cement supply – demand, 2011 – 6M/2018e
Figure 38: Cement production volume, 2011 – 6M/2018e
Figure 39: Consumption structure by region, 2011 – 6M/2018e
Figure 40: Production – Consumption of the Central, 2011 – 6M/2018e
Figure 41: Production – Consumption of the North, 2011 – 6M/2018e
Figure 42: Production – Consumption of the South, 2011 – 6M/2018e
Figure 43: Monthly cement consumption, 2015 – 2018e
Figure 44: Cement consumption growth by region, 2010 – 6M/2018
Figure 45: Average cement export price of Vietnam to some markets, 6M/2018e
Figure 46: Cement clinker exports, 2010 –6M/2018e
Figure 47: Cement clinker exports, 1/2015 – 6/2018e
Figure 48: Export markets for cement and clinker, 2015 -6M/2018e
Figure 49: Capacity of cement manufacturers for export in 2016
Figure 50: The enterprises export cement directly, 6M/2018e
Figure 51: Exporters of clinker directly, 6M/2018e
Figure 52: Stock of cement, 2010 – 6M/2018e
Figure 53: Sale price of cement at some cement companies, 6M/2018
Figure 54: Retail price of cement in the areas, 6M/2018
Figure 55: Cement price, 2012 – 2018e
Figure 56: Export price of cement and clinker, 6/2015 – 6/2018
Figure 57: Progress structure of construction projects 2010 – 2015
Figure 58: Forecast for value of construction and infrastructure, 2010 – 2022f
Figure 59: Population growth, 2011 – 2017e
Figure 60: The value of the global cement industry, 2017 – 2022
Figure 61: World cement production, 1990 – 2030f
Figure 62: Forecast for cement industry, 2018 – 2020
Figure 63: Net revenue, 2016 – 2017
Figure 64: Gross profit, 2016 – 2017
Figure 65: Total asset turnover, 2016 – 2017
Figure 66: Fixed asset turnover, 2016 – 2017
Figure 67: Inventory turnover, 2016 – 2017
Figure 68: Payment ratio, 2016 – 2017
Figure 69: Solvency, 2016 – 2017
Figure 70: Profit ratio, 2016 – 2017

List of tables
Table 1: Cement production output of some countries, 2017
Table 2: Production capacity of Southeast Asian countries and Oceanian countries, 2015 – 2020
Table 3: Largest cement enterprises on the world, 2017
Table 4: Some good limestone areas in the North and Central
Table 5: Total investment rate for typical projects
Table 6: Comparison of free lime (Fr.CaO) in clinker fired from Chinese kiln and G7 kiln
Table 7: Comparison between maintenance costs of China and G7 devices
Table 8: World’s top largest cement exporting countries, 2016 – 2017e
Table 9: List of plants ceased and postponed from the master plan
Table 10: Top 10 cement enterprises with the highest revenue in 2017