Ambuja focuses on digitalisation to boost plants efficiency
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Ambuja focuses on digitalisation to boost plants efficiency

Ambuja Cement, one of India’s most innovative and sustainable cement makers, has renewed its focus on digitalization. This will remain a key focus area for Ambuja as it aims to reshape the way the company operates—from running the plants to managing logistics and supply chains and ensuring customer connectivity.

In order to do this, the firm has made investments in its "Plants of Tomorrow" initiative, which aims to improve plant optimisation, increase plant availability, and provide a safer working environment in order to increase manufacturing efficiency. The company's operating efficiency will increase dramatically as a result of the project in comparison to typical cement plants.

Furthermore, the Transport Analytics Center is assisting the organization in improving logistics efficiency through route optimization, cost optimization, and better road safety. This centre detects deviations on the ground and has now become the main data source for the whole supply chain.

The modern robotic lab at Marwar Cement Works, which has a large number of auto sampling sites, directs the complete quality control and process optimization. Without any human involvement, collected samples are transferred to the lab for analysis with the highest level of precision possible. Along with making labs and sample rooms dust-free, automated sampling has minimised risks related to physical sampling. Such technology increases efficiency while also saving time.

Neeraj Akhoury, managing director and chief executive officer of Ambuja Cements and chief executive officer of India Holcim, said, “We at Ambuja Cements aim to digitalize the entire operations of the company. Our key strategy is to strengthen the ‘green’ plant across our units and manage our operations with improved efficiency. We visualize a plant with efficient technology, automation, and digitization. "

Ambuja Cements is increasing its usage of digital technologies in order to optimise processes and assure optimal efficacy. In order to improve commercial outreach, the cement manufacturer has also embraced a digital first and consumer-centric approach.

See also:
Holcim to make cement more sustainable & environment friendly
Ambuja Cement, first to introduce green fuel on captive ships


Ambuja Cement, one of India’s most innovative and sustainable cement makers, has renewed its focus on digitalization. This will remain a key focus area for Ambuja as it aims to reshape the way the company operates—from running the plants to managing logistics and supply chains and ensuring customer connectivity. In order to do this, the firm has made investments in its Plants of Tomorrow initiative, which aims to improve plant optimisation, increase plant availability, and provide a safer working environment in order to increase manufacturing efficiency. The company's operating efficiency will increase dramatically as a result of the project in comparison to typical cement plants. Furthermore, the Transport Analytics Center is assisting the organization in improving logistics efficiency through route optimization, cost optimization, and better road safety. This centre detects deviations on the ground and has now become the main data source for the whole supply chain. The modern robotic lab at Marwar Cement Works, which has a large number of auto sampling sites, directs the complete quality control and process optimization. Without any human involvement, collected samples are transferred to the lab for analysis with the highest level of precision possible. Along with making labs and sample rooms dust-free, automated sampling has minimised risks related to physical sampling. Such technology increases efficiency while also saving time. Neeraj Akhoury, managing director and chief executive officer of Ambuja Cements and chief executive officer of India Holcim, said, “We at Ambuja Cements aim to digitalize the entire operations of the company. Our key strategy is to strengthen the ‘green’ plant across our units and manage our operations with improved efficiency. We visualize a plant with efficient technology, automation, and digitization. Ambuja Cements is increasing its usage of digital technologies in order to optimise processes and assure optimal efficacy. In order to improve commercial outreach, the cement manufacturer has also embraced a digital first and consumer-centric approach. See also: Holcim to make cement more sustainable & environment friendlyAmbuja Cement, first to introduce green fuel on captive ships

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