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1.Lafarge commissions Sonadih second clinker line

Lafarge India commissioned the second clinker line at its existing Sonadih cement plant in Raipur District.


2.Appointments

Jean-Carlos Angulo, Executive Vice President, Lafarge Group, has been recently nominated as the Non-Executive Chairman of Lafarge India.


3.Lafarge wins FICCI Safety Award

Lafarge India was awarded with the first FICCI Safety Excellence Award for Manufacturing. Mallikarjun M Kharge, Minister for Labour and Employment, Government of India, presented the award to Uday Khanna, CEO and Managing Director, Lafarge India.


4.Ambuja Cements to invest Rs 1,800 cr by 2013

Ambuja Cements plans to invest Rs 1,800 crore by December 2013 to expand its production capacity. The company will set up a clinkerisation unit of 2.2 mn tonne at Nagaur in Rajasthan.


5.Lafarge India's cement capacity reaches 8 MT

Lafarge India is looking at expanding its operations and has now achieved an 8 MT cement manufacturing capacity in the country.


6.Martin Kriegner, CEO, Lafarge India

As a result of Lafarge’s new efforts to reorganise the company, it has appointed Martin Kriegner as CEO of Lafarge India with responsibility for all of the company’s cement, aggregates and concrete activities in the country.


7.Reliance arm to set up cement unit in hp

The Himachal Pradesh Government has decided to grant licence to Reliance Cement to set up a cement plant based on limestone, shale and quartzite in Chopal taluka of Shimla district.


8.CCI okays proposed stake sale in Lafarge India

Competition regulator CCI has given its go-ahead to the proposed 14 per cent stake sale in french cement major Lafarge' Indian subsidiary to Baring Private Equity Asia, saying the deal will not adversely effect competition in the country. The proposed deal comprises the subscription of 14.03 per cent stake in Lafarge India by Paris Cement Investment Holdings -- a wholly owned subsidiary of Baring.


9.Inno vision

Innovation, in the context of the Indian building and construction industry - be it products, spaces or structures - is a function of a lot of factors like high quality, ease of use, functionality, spatial proportion, engineering skill, iconic value, differentiated design, uniqueness, creative skill, etc.


10.Concrete Innovations

MARTIN KRIEGNER asserts that challenging times call for innovations from construction companies to change their status quo. As India and most countries battle a tough economic environment, it is equally important to keep long term challenges in sight. Cities will, as has been the case in the past, continue to see a rapid increase in their population.