Vinita Singhania: Cement Pioneer Honored with Lifetime Achievement at 7th Indian Cement Review Awards Recognising her contribution to the cement industry, Vinita Singhania, Vice Chairman and Managing Director at JK Lakshmi Cement Ltd, and Chairman of Udaipur Cement Works Ltd, was presented with the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the 7th Indian Cement Review Awards function held...
Leaders of Indian cement industry brought together on single platform The 8th Indian Cement Review Conference and 13th Cement Expo held in Hyderabad on 24th February, 2023 brought the thought leaders of Indian cement industry on a single platform to discuss the efforts towards sustainability and decarbonisation, with a laser focus on C.A.S.E. cost-efficiency, automation,...
In the recently concluded Smart Cities workshop-City Infra Outlook and Development plan-by the Smart Cities Council India, decision makers and solution providers closely examined what Solapur should do in order to enable a vibrant city operating platform.
With the adverse effect of demonetisation still looming over the country, the New Year will witness industry bigwigs - both international and homegrown Ã¹ queuing up to invest in IndiaÂ´s most industrially developed state, Gujarat. The occasion, Vibrant Gujarat (in its 8th edition), is all geared up to welcome the investors from all across the world.
India is the third largest pre-engineered building (PEB) market in the world after the US and China. With a market size of about half a million metric tonne and a growth rate of 8-10 per cent, according to industry estimates, however, the growth hasn't been a pervasive one.
Environmental clearance has been given to 190 projects, entailing an investment of Rs 6.31 lakh crore across sectors like mining and steel during June-December as part of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) governmentÂ´s policy to fast-track industrial development and generates jobs.
Kumar Mangalam Birla-led Aditya Birla GroupÂ´s flagship firm UltraTech Cement has decided to acquire two cement units of Jaiprakash Associates with a combined capacity of 4.9 million tonnes per annum in Madhya Pradesh for an enterprise value of Rs 5,400 crore.
To cut expenditure on logistics, UltraTech Cement is set to build a Rs 100-crore terminal at the Mumbai Port to transport cement from its plants in Gujarat into Mumbai. By doing so, the Aditya Birla Group's company wants to cut logistics costs and go deeper into one of the largest cement markets in India.