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Shree Cement

  • Capacity of 37.9 million tonnes
  • Total consolidated income of Rs 12,804.41 crore (US$ 1.83 billion) in FY19 and Rs 6,417.83 crore (US$ 0.92 billion) in H1FY20.
  • Ranks third in terms of cement capacity

Shree Cement Limited is a cement company. The company's principal products/services are cement and clinker. The company's manufacturing operations are spread over North and East India across approximately six states. It has a cement production capacity of approximately 25.6 million tons per annum. The company has operations in Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Haryana, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh. The company's brands include Shree JungRodhak, Bangur and Rockstrong. The company also operates a separate trading division catering to third party buyers and sellers. It produces synthetic gypsum to replace use of natural gypsum in cement manufacturing. Shree Global Pte. Ltd. is the subsidiary of the company.

The company plans to increase capacity at 12 per cent CAGR to 80 million tonnes by FY26.

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Shree Cement

2018 Acquired 97.6 per cent stake in UAE’s Union Cement Co (UCC)
2017 Company has undertaken construction of two greenfield projects one in West Bengal and second one near Cuttack in Odisha.
2014 Shree Cement inaugurates new unit of 2 million tons per annum (mtra) capacity at Bangur City, Ras, District Pali, Rajasthan.
2011 World Economic Forum (WEF), Switzerland has identified the company as New Sustainability Champion.
2002 Unit I and Unit II of the company receive National Award for 'Best Electrical Energy Performance' and 'Best Thermal Energy Performance' in the Cement Industry for the year 2000-01.
1996 The company commissioned its second cement plant - Raj Cement with a capacity of 12.4 lakh tonnes per annum in Beawar.
1991  The company undertook to set up a new cement plant of 0.6 million third-party administrator (TPA) capacity in Rajasthan.
1985 Commercial production commenced from May 1st.
1979 The company was incorporated on October 25th, at Jaipur.


Updated: May, 2019

India is the second largest cement producer in the world and accounts for over 8 per cent of the global installed capacity, as of 2019.