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1.UltraTech to increase output by 9 mtpa by 2013

UltraTech Cement plans to invest Rs 11,000 crore over the next three years to increase its production capacity.


2.Zuari's cement grinding units to come up in Solapur

Two cement grinding units by Zuari Cement will be set up in Solapur area of Maharashtra. Zuari Cement is an Italcementi group company. The two units will come up at at Auj (Aherwadi) and Shingadgaon villages. Each unit will have a production capacity of one million tonne a year and is expected to be operational by the second quarter of 2015.


3.The Ramco Cements Limited | Dry Mix Division

Ramco Cements has an annual capacity of 16.5 million tonne through five state-of-the-art integrated cement plants and four grinding units. The plants are equipped with the latest world-class technology and each of them is reputed for its energy efficiency along with captive thermal power generation


4.ACC switches to solar power

ACC has adopted the use of solar power in the cement manufacturing process at its grinding units in Kudithini and Thondebhavi in Karnataka.


5.Shree Cement to close in on Union Cement deal

Shree Cement reportedly plans to invest Rs 20 bn to acquire UAE-based Union Cement by July.


6.JK Lakshmi Cement increases production

JK Lakshmi Cement has recently increased the production capacity of its grinding units in order to meet the growing cement requirements in Gujarat and Maharashtra.


7.Shree Cement to set up plants in Jharkhand, Odisha

In order to enhance its presence in east India, Shree Cement is planning to invest Rs 10 bn to set up grinding units in Jharkhand and Odisha in a year.


8.The Hyderabad-based company gets Sebi nod for Rs 15.50 billion IPO

Hyderabad-based Penna Cement has received an approval from Sebi to proceed with its Rs 15.50 billion IPO.


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