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India's ACC Sept-Qtr Consol Profit Rises
ACC Appoints Rajani Kesari As CFO
India's ACC Ltd June-Qtr Profit Rises
ACC Limited is engaged in manufacturing of cement and ready mixed concrete. The Company's segments include Cement and Ready Mix Concrete. The Company manufactures cement, which includes Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC), Portland Pozzolana Cement (PPC), Portland Slag Cement (PSC) and Ready Mixed Concrete (RMX). The Company's products include portland cement and premium cements, bulk cement. The Company's products also include ACC-Supercrete, ACC-Flowcrete, ACC-Speedcrete, ACC-Imprintcrete, ACC-Jet-setcrete, ACC-Coolcrete, ACC-Feathercrete and ACC-Fibrecrete. The Company has approximately 20 cement factories, more than 50 ready mixed concrete plants, a distribution network of over 9,000 dealers and a range of sales offices. ACC-Speedcrete is available in two variants for quick road solutions: UTWT 24 and UTWT 8. UTWT 24 is used to build roads, which can be thrown open to traffic within 24 hours and UTWT 8 is used for road repair works wherein roads can be opened to traffic within 8 hrs.
Cement House, 121, Maharshi Karve Road
Narotam S. Sekhsaria
Non-Executive Non-Independent Chairman of the Board
Chief Executive Officer, Managing Director, Non-Independent Director
Non-Executive Non Independent Deputy Chairman of the Board
Sunil K. Nayak
Chief Financial Officer
Head - Compliance, Company Secretary
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Indian cement maker ACC Ltd posted on Tuesday a more than three-fold jump in profit for the fourth quarter, as the company recorded a tax credit.
Cement producer ACC Ltd reported an about 33 percent rise in June-quarter consolidated profit, boosted 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 extended gains after the government further empowered the central bank to tackle bad debts in the sector.
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