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World Cement Producing Countries



World Cement Producing Countries Map
Description : The map showing major Cement Producing Countries in World. Disclaimer






MAJOR PRODUCERS OF CEMENT IN THE WORLD
COUNTRYPRODUCTION IN THOUSAND METRIC TONNES
China1800000
India220000
United States63500
Turkey60000
Brazil59000
Japan56000
Iran55000
Vietnam50000
Spain50000
Russia49000
Egypt48000
Korea46000
Saudi Arabia45000
Indonesia42000
Italy35000
Mexico34000
Germany31000
Thailand31000
Pakistan30000
Other countries520000

Cement is a fine, soft, powdery-type substance made from a mixture of elements that are found in natural materials such as limestone, clay, and sand. When mixed with water, cement forms concrete (a hard, solid mass) by binding sand and gravel.
Cement is made up of four essential elements: Calcium, Silicon, Aluminum and Iron. It is most used for construction purposes and in the production of mortar.

Cement is usually gray. However, white cement is also found but it is usually more expensive than gray cement.

The World Map of Cement Producing Countries shows a list of the major countries that produce large quantities of cement.

As the data shows, China is the world's largest producer of cement; it produces about 1800000 metric tonnes of cement annually. China has been producing more cement than any other country for the past 18 years.

With a production of 220000 metric tonnes of cement each year, India is at the second spot in the production of cement. The third place is occupied by the United States followed by Turkey, Brazil, Japan, Iran, Vietnam, Spain, Russia, Egypt, Korea, Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Germany, Thailand, and Pakistan.

Last updated December 20, 2012


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