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Ambuja Cements Limited is an India-based holding company, which is engaged in the manufacture of clinkers and cement. The Company operates through Cement and cement related products segment. The Company has a range of products for the business to business and retail markets. The Company's product, Ambuja Plus Roof Special, is suited for constructing roofs and slabs. It also offers install rooftop rainwater harvesting technology. Its products also include Ambuja Powercem, which caters the ready-mix (RMX) sector; Ambuja Railcem, which is designed for railways, and Ambuja Buildcem, which serves the requirements of the mass housing segment. The Company also co-owns two brands in micro materials category. These include Alccofine, which includes a range of micro slag materials, and Dirk Pozzocrete, which includes superfine fly ash. Alccofine Micro Materials are used in construction projects, such as metro rail, dams, roads, flyovers, bridges and tunnels.
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Narotam S. Sekhsaria
Non-Executive Non-Independent Chairman of the Board
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Compliance Officer, Company Secretary
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India's Ambuja Cements Ltd said on Tuesday its third-quarter profit plunged over 34.2 percent, largely missing analysts' estimates, on higher expenses.
India's Ambuja Cements Ltd, part of global conglomerate LafargeHolcim Ltd, posted a 10.2 percent rise in its first-quarter profit, underpinned by higher cement sales volumes.
India's Ambuja Cements Ltd reported an 89 percent jump in quarterly profit on Tuesday, helped by higher cement sales volume.
Indian shares rose on Monday, led by a rally in Ambuja Cements and ACC Ltd after the companies said they were exploring a merger, while lenders gained after the government further empowered the central bank to tackle bad debts in the sector.
India's Ambuja Cements Ltd said on Friday it was considering the merits of a merger with its subsidiary ACC Ltd.
India's Ambuja Cements, part of global conglomerate LafargeHolcim Ltd, on Friday reported an over four-fold surge in first-quarter net profit, as higher cement sales volume and favourable pricing offset rising costs.
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