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AMBUJA CEMENT

  • Over 25 years of operations
  • One of the leading cement manufacturing companies in India
  • Market leader in Northern India with 29 per cent of the total installed capacity
  • Cement capacity of 27.25 million tonnes

Ambuja Cements Ltd, a part of a global conglomerate Holcim, is one of India’s leading cement manufacturers. With over 25 years of operations, Ambuja plays a key role in India’s development and its blueprint for the future. Today, it is one of the major players in the country’s cement sector.

Ambuja has grown dynamically over the past decade. Its current cement capacity is 27.25 million tonnes. The company has five integrated cement manufacturing plants and eight cement grinding units across the country. It is the first Indian cement manufacturer to build a captive port with three terminals along the country’s western coastline to facilitate timely, cost-effective and environmentally cleaner shipments of bulk cement to its customers. Ambuja also has its own fleet of ships.

The company has established itself as one of the most efficient cement manufacturers in the world. Its environment protection measures are on par with the finest in the country. It is among the most profitable and innovative cement companies in India. Ambuja has also pioneered the development of multiple bio-mass co-fired technologies for generating greener power in its captive plants.

Source: http://www.ambujacement.com/

Ambuja Cement: On a High Growth Path

2014 Wins 14th Annual Greentech Environment award in the Gold Category
2013 Wins Asia's Most Promising Brand & Leader Award at the Asian Brand and Leadership Summit 2013
2012 Wins National Award For ‘Excellent Water Management Initiatives’ for work done at Marwar Mundwa, Rajasthan under ‘Within the Fence’ category
2011 Acquires 85 per cent stake in Nepal-based Dang Cement

Updated: March, 2014

Cement
In FY16, demand growth rate at 9.8 per cent is expected to outpace supply growth at 6.7 per cent, improving realisations.