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1.Ramco plans to take capacity up to 20 MT by 2020

In line with its plans to become the top cement company in south India, Tamil Nadu-based Ramco Cements is planning to increase its capacity to 20 MT in 2020, from its present 12.5 MT.


2.Green Winner

Ramco Cements’ Govindapuram and Alathiyur units in Ariyalur district and its RR Nagar unit at Virudhunagar district have been awarded the Greentech Environment Award 2019.


3.Ramco Cements launches premium blended cement, plans US$ 500 mn expansion

Ramco Cements has launched a new premium blended cement, Ramco Supercrete.


4.Cementing the Way Forward

Pioneering the cement industry since over five decades, Ramco is now launching a new premium blended cement – Ramco Supercrete


5.Notifying Work

Ramco Cements awarded for Excellent Corporate Governance and Gold Medal for Green Manufacturing.


6.Ramco Cements bags Excellent Corporate Governance Award

Ramco Cements has bagged the award for Excellent Corporate Governance


7.Ramco Group to invest Rs.35 bn to expand cement capacity

The Ramco Group is investing Rs 35 bn to increase its capacities, funded through internal accruals and borrowings


8.Ramco Cements to spend Rs.34.3 bn for expansion

Ramco Cements will expand its greenfield and brownfield plants. The company is expected to set up a 3.15-mtpa cement plant in Andhra Pradesh, and spend Rs 34.3 bn of its profits for these expansions, thus aiming to increase its production capacity to 20 mtpa by 2020.


9.The Future Force

With an expenditure plan of Rs.34.3 billion, Ramco Cements is all set to attain cement capacity of 20 mtpa by 2020. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu recently laid the foundation stone for a 3.15-mtpa greenfield Ramco Cement plant in Kurnool district at an investment of around Rs 15 billion.


10.South cement manufacturers draw up expansion plans

Manufactures such as Chettinad, Ramco and India Cements are readying plans to expand capacities or set up new factories as the demand for cement is reportedly recovering in southern India.