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1.Top Challengers

Bharat Road Network is a road BOT company in India focused on development, implementation, operation and maintenance of roads and highways projects. The company has a project portfolio worth Rs.68 billion.


2.JK Cement commissions grey cement

A 1-mn tonne per annum (mntpa) of grey cement grinding capacity has been commissioned by JK Cement in Nimbahera alongside 2.64 mntpa of grey clinker capacity at Mangrol in Rajasthan. The units also commenced commercial despatches in September.


3.Top Challengers

Bharat Road Network is a road BOT company in India focused on development, implementation, operation and maintenance of roads and highways projects. The company has a project portfolio worth Rs 68 billion


4.India’s Fastest Growing Construction Companies Unveiled

The India Construction Festival, organised by FIRST Construction Council on October 15 and 16, 2019, comprised four sub-events: The India Roads Conference; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Global Awards; CONSTRUCTION WORLD Leadership Summit; and the EQUIPMENT INDIA Awards. For more details on the conference sessions and speakers, log on to https://indiaconstructionfestival.com/all_speakers.php


5.BAGGED IT!

The company has bagged civil work orders comprising the construction of plants and associated works in Rajasthan, aggregating from leading cement manufacturers.


6.Shifting preferences for tippers and dump trucks

Why are mining companies opting for newer tipper and dump truck configurations?


7. India Cements plans Rs.14 bn expansion

India Cements (ICL) is expanding its production capacity to 20 mn tonne. ICL has started the ground work for an integrated plant in Madhya Pradesh and a grinding unit in Uttar Pradesh.


8.Wonder Cement sets up third plant in Rajasthan

Wonder Cement, part of the RK Group, has set up its third cement plant at Nimbahera in Rajasthan’s Chittorgarh district, increasing its total production capacity to 11 mtpa.


9.Birla Corporation to increase cement capacity to 25 mt

Birla Corporation will enhance its cement capacity to 25 mtpa by 2025 with an investment of about Rs.50 bn. The existing cement production capacity of 15.5 mtpa will be expanded to 25 mtpa between its own factories and those acquired from Reliance Cement.


10.Power discoms owe dues worth Rs 68 billion to renewable energy developers

Central Electricity Authority (CEA) stated that power distribution firms throughout the country owed dues amounting to approximately Rs 68.72 billion to renewable energy developers