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1.JK Cement launches white cement based universal waterproof putty

JK Cement has launched a white cement-based universal waterproof putty JK Cement ShieldMaxX, across Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and West Bengal.


2.JK Cement forays into new markets, lines up Rs.17 bn for expansion

Rs 17 bn to enhance its production capacity from 10 mn tonne to 15 mn tonne by 2020.


3.AT A GLANCE

Merino Group has launched its Merino Experience Centre in Mumbai; it will offer ‘Pick your Surface concept’ for the architect and design fraternity in Mumbai and will also have customisation of laminates on live display, especially for professionals.


4.Prasanna Desai wins JK Cement’s Architect of the Year Awards 2017

After the much-celebrated success of its silver jubilee edition, JK Cement hosted the 26th edition of the Architect of the Year Awards (AYA) in Coimbatore.


5.CCI slaps Rs.6,700 cr fine on 11 cement firms

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed more than Rs 6,700 crore penalty on 11 cement companies - UltraTech, Binani, Ramco, Jaiprakash Associates, JK Cement, Lafarge, India Cements, ACL, ACC, Century, Shree Cement, besides Cement Manufacturers´ Association (CMA) - for cartelisation


6.Winners - JK Cement

JK Cement is an affiliate of the multi-disciplinary industrial conglomerate JK Organisation. The company has over four decades of experience in cement manufacturing.


7.JK Cement´s profit rises to Rs.61 cr

JK Cement has reported manifold jump in standalone net profit to Rs 60.85 crore for the quarter ended June 30. The company´s net profit in the corresponding period of the previous financial year was Rs 1.05 crore.


8.CCI fines 11 cement firms with Rs 6,700 crore

The Competition Commission of India (CCI) has imposed more than Rs 6,700 crore penalty on 11 cement companies – UltraTech, Binani, Ramco, Jaiprakash Associates, JK Cement, Lafarge, India Cements, ACL, ACC, Century, Shree Cement, besides Cement Manufacturers’ Association (CMA) – for cartelisation.


9.JK Cements resumes production at karnataka facility

JK Cements has resumed production at its 3 mtpa Karnataka facility, which was temporarily stopped following the caving in of the silo roof. As reported, production of clinker and cement has resumed with operation of the kiln by making an alternate arrangement using two RBC belts for feeding the clinker directly to the cement mill.


10.Tech in Cement

Cement consumption has charted a steady upward trend these past years. Consumption has increased from 166 mt in 2011 to 249 mt last year. On the back of key growth drivers, demand is expected to grow to 398 mt by 2017 and to 600 mt by 2025.