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1. 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.


2.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.


3.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.


4.Burnpur Cement to invest Rs.500 cr for expansion in three to four years

Burnpur Cement plans to invest Rs.500 crore for the expansion of its production capacity to 3 mtpa in the next three to four years, from the installed capacity of 0.6 mtpa.


5.East to contribute to cement production

The country´s eastern region will account for close to one-third of the new cement production capacity over the next two fiscals. Of the total 46.7 mn tonne of new capacity due to come up over this period, the eastern region will contribute 32 per cent, to be followed by the northern region at 23 per cent. In the past two years, there was no capacity addition in the eastern part, which recorded capacity utilisation in the range of 75-80 per cent. Over the next two fiscals, large cement companies


6.Wind powergear capacitymay cross 10,000 MW

As India is set to become a major market for wind power, the country is emerging as awind turbine manufacturing hub with global and domestic domestic majors continuing to beef up their operations in the country. The annual wind turbineproduction capacity inthe country is expected to cross 10,000 MW during the current financial year. As of 2012, 16 existing manufacturers have a consolidated annual production capacity of over 9,500 MW.


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