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1.JK Lakshmi Cement to set up grinding unit

JK Lakshmi Cement will set up a 5.5 lakh tonne location grinding unit either in Haryana or Uttar Pradesh at an investment of Rs 80 crore.


2.JK Lakshmi Cement to set up new unit in Gujarat

JK Lakshmi Cement plans to set up a Greenfield plant in Gujarat worth Rs 1,000 crore over the next three to four years.


3.JK Lakshmi to set up 2 mtpa plant

JK Lakshmi Cement is planning to set up a 2 mtpa greenfield cement manufacturing plant, with an investment of around Rs 750 crore.


4.Cement prices likely to rise

Cement prices are likely to rise in view of heightened construction activity post-monsoon.


5.Delighting customers, whereby their loyalty became unshakeable, has held us in good stead

While her taking over the reins of the then JK Corp Ltd was purely circumstantial, she proved the naysayers wrong with her brilliant handling of the affairs of her company - now rechristened JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd.


6.JK Lakshmi Cement shelves acquisition plan

JK Lakshmi Cement has dropped its last year's plan to acquire a cement company in Egypt for Rs 800 crore.


7.JK Lakshmi to revive its Udaipur plant at Rs 350 cr

To revive its Udaipur plant as part of its move to augment capacity, JK Lakshmi Cements plans to spend Rs 350 crore.


8.JK Lakshmi Cement to invest Rs 2,000 cr

In India, most cement companies posted encouraging financial performance in the September quarter despite challenging economic environment. Though the lower base last year helped companies, most of them had done well considering rising operational cost and slowing demand.


9.JK Lakshmi to set up Greenfield cement plant in Chhattisgarh

As part of its expansion strategy, JK Lakshmi Cement (JKLC) will set up a Green-field cement plant at Durg in Chhattisgarh with a capacity of 2.7 mn tonne. The project is expected to be operational by October 2013. Furthermore, the company has secured long-term power supply with VS Lignite at a cost closer to its captive generation cost.


10.JK Lakshmi Cement to invest Rs 2,000 cr

JK Lakshmi Cement plans to invest Rs 2,000 crore over the next three years to expand its capacity to 9 mt from 5.3 mt. The company soon plans to start work on a 2.7 mt Greenfield project at Durg in Chhattisgarh. Furthermore, the plant is being developed with an investment of approximately Rs 1,250 crore and is expected to be commissioned by October 2013. Briefly, the current cement industry capacity utilisation hovers around 75 per cent.