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Ambuja Cement selects Polysius grinding technology

28 November 2012, Published under Cement News

Ambuja Cement Ltd of India has selected ThyssenKrupp Polysius as the supplier of grinding equipment for their Sankrail plant. A POLYCOM high-pressure grinding roll and a SEPOL-PC separator will be combined with an existing ball mill to form a combi grinding system for a cement production rate of 230tph. Ambuja Cement is 50.3 per cent-owned by the Holcim Group.

Ambuja Cements wins safety awards

27 September 2012, Published under Cement News

Ambuja Cements has won two national awards for safety at its Rabriyawas plant in Rajasthan.  The company bagged the first prize for its good performance in industrial safety and was runner-up in the category, ‘Accident Free Year.’ This is for the second consecutive year that the plant has won the National Safety Awards, according to The Hindu Business Line. The awards have been instituted by the Union Ministry of Labour and Employment in 1965. Ajay Kapur, CEO, Ambuja Cements, said safe...

Credit Suisse maintains negative outlook for large Indian cement companies

06 June 2012, Published under Cement News

Credit Suisse maintains negative outlook for large-cap cement stocks, due to expensive valuations and low growth prospects, the Economic Times of India reports. Cement prices in May declined by 2-6 per cent across regions in India, which is an unseasonal trend, Credit Suisse said. ??Demand was also cited to be weak, which is however, contrary to the double digit volume growth posted by Ultratech Cement and Ambuja Cement in May. Any adverse ruling by monopoly regulator on cartelisation c...

India: caught in a down-cycle

06 December 2011, Published under Cement News

These are important times for the Indian cement sector as the country’s cement producers see cement sales dip and energy costs squeeze margins. New capacity projects are being delayed as the oversupply situation becomes more apparent and under the current circumstances the industry may have to wait longer than anticipated for a much needed upturn. An overview of key developments in the Indian cement sector ahead of the NCB’s 12th International Seminar on Cement and Building Materia...