Navrattan Group plans to launch Green Cement in Indian market
Navrattan Group plans to launch Green Cement in Indian market
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Navrattan Group plans to launch Green Cement in Indian market

The Navrattan Group is planning to introduce Green Cement into the Indian market. Also known as sustainable or eco-friendly cement, it is an alternative to traditional Portland cement that significantly reduces carbon emissions and environmental impact associated with concrete production. Unlike conventional cement manufacturing processes, which are energy-intensive and release large amounts of carbon dioxide, Green Cement uses alternative materials and other production techniques to minimise its carbon footprint. The group aims to set new standards of excellence in construction materials.

Contact: Navrattan Industries

Email: contact@navrattancement.com

Website: www.navrattancement.com

Now, JK Cement launches its own Grey Cement business in Bihar

JK Cement announced its expansion into the East Indian market with the official launch of its Grey Cement business in Bihar. This strategic move underscores its dedication to strengthening its national presence and contributing to Bihar's infrastructural development and economic growth. The company plans to cover nine districts of Southern Bihar in the initial phase. The company has an installed capacity of 22.2 MTPA of,Grey Cement, making it one of the top cement manufacturers in the country.  

Contact: JK Cement

Tel: 0512 – 2371478

Website: www.jkcement.com

Nuvoco celebrates 30th anniversary of Jojobera plant 

Nuvoco Vistas, India’s fifth-largest cement group and a leading player in East India, celebrated the 30th anniversary of its Jojobera Cement Plant (JCP). Since inception in 1994, JCP has grown exponentially and holds a significant share in Nuvoco's success story. With a production capacity of 6.6 MMTPA, JCP has evolved into a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, making it one of the largest in the Indian cement industry. JCP holds a reputation of operating as one of the model plants that showcases high operational efficiencies. Furthermore, it plays a crucial role in enabling Nuvoco to achieve one of the industry's best cement-to-clinker ratios of 1.8.

Contact: Nuvoco Vistas

Tel: 022 6769 2500

Website: www.nuvoco.com

Udaipur Cement Works boosts capacity with new grinding unit

Udaipur Cement Works (UCWL) celebrates the inauguration of its cement grinding unit at its Udaipur, Rajasthan plant. This significant milestone doubles the company’s cement production capacity from 2.20 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) to a formidable 4.70 MTPA. A subsidiary of JK Lakshmi Cement, UCWL had previously unveiled its second kiln line at the Udaipur facility in December 2023. With a robust capacity of 2.50 MTPA, the new grinding unit reinforces its commitment to meeting market demands and solidifies its position as a key player in the cement industry. This move underscores its dedication to innovation and growth in Rajasthan’s thriving construction landscape.  

Contact: Udaipur Cement Works

Website: www.udaipurcement.com

UltraTech surpasses 150 million tonne production capacity

UltraTech Cement has crossed 150 million tonne in production capacity with the commissioning of two Greenfield units in Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh. The country’s largest producer of cement can now produce as much as 150 percent of cement produced in US, while equalling four-fifth of the total production of cement in Europe. The combined capacities of the plants in Chhattisgarh and Tamil Nadu will be 5.4 million tonne. The overall cement industry in the country is likely to add 150-160 million tonne of capacity in five years, CRISIL had said earlier this year.  

Contact: UltraTech Cement

Tel: 022-66917800

Email: www.ultratechcement.com

The Navrattan Group is planning to introduce Green Cement into the Indian market. Also known as sustainable or eco-friendly cement, it is an alternative to traditional Portland cement that significantly reduces carbon emissions and environmental impact associated with concrete production. Unlike conventional cement manufacturing processes, which are energy-intensive and release large amounts of carbon dioxide, Green Cement uses alternative materials and other production techniques to minimise its carbon footprint. The group aims to set new standards of excellence in construction materials.Contact: Navrattan IndustriesEmail: contact@navrattancement.comWebsite: www.navrattancement.comNow, JK Cement launches its own Grey Cement business in BiharJK Cement announced its expansion into the East Indian market with the official launch of its Grey Cement business in Bihar. This strategic move underscores its dedication to strengthening its national presence and contributing to Bihar's infrastructural development and economic growth. The company plans to cover nine districts of Southern Bihar in the initial phase. The company has an installed capacity of 22.2 MTPA of,Grey Cement, making it one of the top cement manufacturers in the country.  Contact: JK CementTel: 0512 – 2371478Website: www.jkcement.comNuvoco celebrates 30th anniversary of Jojobera plant Nuvoco Vistas, India’s fifth-largest cement group and a leading player in East India, celebrated the 30th anniversary of its Jojobera Cement Plant (JCP). Since inception in 1994, JCP has grown exponentially and holds a significant share in Nuvoco's success story. With a production capacity of 6.6 MMTPA, JCP has evolved into a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, making it one of the largest in the Indian cement industry. JCP holds a reputation of operating as one of the model plants that showcases high operational efficiencies. Furthermore, it plays a crucial role in enabling Nuvoco to achieve one of the industry's best cement-to-clinker ratios of 1.8.Contact: Nuvoco VistasTel: 022 6769 2500Website: www.nuvoco.comUdaipur Cement Works boosts capacity with new grinding unitUdaipur Cement Works (UCWL) celebrates the inauguration of its cement grinding unit at its Udaipur, Rajasthan plant. This significant milestone doubles the company’s cement production capacity from 2.20 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) to a formidable 4.70 MTPA. A subsidiary of JK Lakshmi Cement, UCWL had previously unveiled its second kiln line at the Udaipur facility in December 2023. With a robust capacity of 2.50 MTPA, the new grinding unit reinforces its commitment to meeting market demands and solidifies its position as a key player in the cement industry. This move underscores its dedication to innovation and growth in Rajasthan’s thriving construction landscape.  Contact: Udaipur Cement WorksWebsite: www.udaipurcement.comUltraTech surpasses 150 million tonne production capacityUltraTech Cement has crossed 150 million tonne in production capacity with the commissioning of two Greenfield units in Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh. The country’s largest producer of cement can now produce as much as 150 percent of cement produced in US, while equalling four-fifth of the total production of cement in Europe. The combined capacities of the plants in Chhattisgarh and Tamil Nadu will be 5.4 million tonne. The overall cement industry in the country is likely to add 150-160 million tonne of capacity in five years, CRISIL had said earlier this year.  Contact: UltraTech CementTel: 022-66917800Email: www.ultratechcement.com

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