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India's Shree Cement Sept-Quarter Profit Rises
India's Shree Cement Says Total Income At 28.59 Billion Rupees
India's Shree Cement Dec-Qtr Profit 3.01 Bln Rupees
Shree Cement Limited is a cement company. The Company's principal products/services are cement and clinker. The Company operates through two business segments: Cement and Power. The Company's manufacturing operations are spread over North and East India across approximately six states. It has a cement production capacity of approximately 25.6 million tons per annum. The Company has operations in Rajasthan, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Haryana, Chhattisgarh and Uttar Pradesh. The Company's brands include Shree JungRodhak, Bangur and Rockstrong. Its total power generation capacity is approximately 610 megawatts. It operates waste heat recovery plants (WHRP) of approximately 110 megawatts. The Company also operates a separate trading division catering to third party buyers and sellers. It produces synthetic gypsum to replace use of natural gypsum in cement manufacturing. Shree Global Pte. Ltd. is the subsidiary of the Company.
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21, Strand Road
Benu Gopal Bangur
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
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K. C. Gandhi
Joint President - Materials Management
Joint President - Commercial
President - Commercial and Chief Happiness Officer
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India on Friday allowed import of petcoke for use as feedstock in some industries, sending shares of cement manufacturers higher.
India's NSE index marked its highest ever close on Friday, helped mainly by financial and consumer staple stocks and as Asian peers recovered on hopes of Sino-U.S. trade talks next week.
* Petcoke bans, duties trigger coal imports from cement makers
Caught between logistical bottlenecks and surging demand from power plants, India will likely increase coal imports in 2018, industry executives said, in what would be a setback to the government's plans to cut the country's dependence on foreign supplies.
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