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1.ACC’s fourth cement plant in Karnataka

ACC Kudithini cement plant was recently inaugurated by Ministry for Tourism and Infrastructure Development of Karnataka.


2.Burnpur Cement chalks out expansion plan

Asansol-based Burnpur Cement plans to set up cement plants in Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Nepal, to increase its capacity to 10 mn tonne, in the next few years. These expansions will be carried out in two phases.


3.Khaitan, Tatva on $90m BMM-Sagar cement M&A

Sagar Cements has bought BMM Cements, which operates a 1Mta integrated cement works and 25 MW captive power plant


4.JSW Cement to foray into Kerala

With an aim to explore the increasing construction demand in Kerala, JSW Cement has plans to market its Portland Slag Cement (PSC) in the state.


5.Barak Valley to expand production capacity

Barak Valley Cements Ltd plans to invest Rs 40.5 crore for the expansion of its existing cement grinding production capacity from 750 tpd to 1,350 tpd.


6.Anjani Portland Cement to invest Rs 350 cr in new plant

Anjani Portland Cement is planning to invest Rs 350 crore on a cement plant in Karnataka through a wholly owned subsidiary.


7.Filling the Voids

In the first of CW’s series of features dedicated to showcasing experiences with building materials, Cyrus K Pithawala, Director, Hiranandani Group of Companies, tells us about his own pioneering use of fly ash.


8.Strengthening Concrete Performance

Like other industry waste products, slag has many uses and rarely goes waste. It can be used in concrete and cement as well as in glass industries.


9.The Cost Crunch

Suddenly and silently, the price of construction has gone up dramatically in India. Construction World speaks to contractors, developers and building material majors to find out why and assess the implications for the industry and end-users.


10.Something Concrete

In the sixth in a series of features showcasing experiences with building materials, Dr Chetan Hazaree, Manager - Research and Development, HCC, talks about roller compacted concrete (RCC) as a sustainable alternative to pavement concrete.