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1.India’s cement capacity expected to cross 0.5 bn tonne this year

The total installed cement capacity in India is expected to cross half a bn tonne this year, even amid weakened demand conditions.


2.Advanced Gear Oil

Mobil SHC 632 by ExxonMobilTM enabled JK Cement to save US$ 18,764 and increased energy efficiency by nearly 1 per cent.


3.Budget announcements impact building materials segment

Indirect announcements made in Budget 2020 impact the building materials segment


4. Cement demand likely to remain muted in Q3

Reportedly, according to channel checks run by brokerages, overall demand for cement has been muted in Q3 FY2020, growing at just 2 per cent YoY after having contracted by 2 per cent during the first two-quarters of the fiscal.


5.Cement sector picks up pace in fight against plastic

Presently, out of 238 cement factories across India, only 46 plants have explored the idea of utilising plastic debris for fuelling purposes.


6.ICRA: Cement demand to cool down in FY2020

Domestic cement growth is expected to slow down to around 7 per cent in FY2020. This is compared to 13 per cent growth in cement demand in FY2019.


7.Cement firms’ to benefit from demand push

According to a study by India Ratings and Research, Indian cement manufacturers are poised to benefit from the continuing demand push, led by the healthy growth expected across end-markets such as individual home building, affordable housing, roads and irrigation sectors


8.Resilient demand, moderate capacity addition, tapering costs

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained a stable outlook on the cement sector for FY2020.


9.APPOINTMENTS

More than 6,000 green building professionals gathered for the Greenbuild India Conference & Expo 2018 by the USGBC, which focussed on the intersection of humanity and the built environment.


10.India Ratings maintains stable outlook for cement firms for FY2018

India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) has maintained a stable outlook on cement manufacturers for FY2017-18 due to stable demand growth, despite an increase in input costs.


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