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India: The government of Andhra Pradesh will subsidise the purchase of cement for 122,000 new houses in rural Guntur district under its Housing for All scheme. The Hans India newspaper has reported that builders have laid the foundations of 14,000 of the properties, and will have completed a further 46,000 by the end of the working day on 9 July 2021. District revenue collector Vivek Yadav said that the administration will announce further housing projects under the scheme after builders complete 116,000 units.
India: The Andhra Pradesh branch of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) has approved Sagar Powers resolution plan for the start of operations at the mothballed Panyam cement plant at Kurnool. Sagar Power intends to pay US$13.5m, together with RV Consulting Services, to settle the debts from the plants previous owners, according to the Times of India newspaper. The partners also plan to inject a further US$20.2m of fresh capital into the venture.
India: The South Indian Cement Manufacturers Association has supplied 200 oxygen concentrators to the Chief Minister Relief Fund (CMRF) to help in the fight against the Covid-19 outbreak in Andhra Pradesh. United News of India has reported the value of the donated items as US$273,000.
India: JSW Group has established a new large projects division. The division combines the former large projects division of its subsidiaries JSW Cement and JSW Steel. It will use the groups new end-to-end sales platform Aikyam, according to United News of India. The integration is expected to create large scale volume opportunities for the steel and cement businesses in Maharashtra, Gujarat, Karnataka, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Director Parth Jindal said, "JSW Group has the unique advantage of providing an integrated offering to its large customers in the infrastructure and building industries space. He added "I expect Aikyam to fundamentally change the way JSW works with its large clients, while ensuring that our relationships continue to get stronger through a single group interface, bolstered by strong internal collaboration. In the near future we plan to offer other group products such as paints, construction chemicals, ready-mix concrete and many others to our large institutional customers through the Aikyam interface."
India: Anjani Portland Cement has entered into a share purchase agreement to acquire a majority stake in Bhavya Cements. Bhavya Cements recorded a net turnover of US$41.9m in its 2020 financial year. It operates a 1.4Mt/yr integrated plant at Tangeda in Andhra Pradesh.
India: Penna Cement has filed for an initial public offering (IPO) worth US$212m. It plans to offer US$34m-worth of shares for sale and to issue equity shares worth US$177m. United News of India has reported that part of the money raised will fund capital expenditure (capex) investments worth US$58m. The companys plans consist of a second line at its Krishnapatnam grinding plant in Andhra Pradesh, an upgrade of raw materials and clinker grinding at its integrated Talaricheruvu plant in Andhra Pradesh, and new waste heat recovery (WHR) units at its Talaricherevu plant and its integrated Tandur plant in Telangana. It additionally plans to repay previous loans.
India: The Andhra Pradesh Pollution Control Board (APPCB) has issued Zuari Cements Kapada cement plant with a closure order. The order follows an alleged failure to conform to a previous environmental order from the APPCB. The Indian Express newspaper has reported that, pursuant to the order, the board has requested police to cut off the power supply to the integrated cement plant.
India: Germany-based Gebr. Pfeiffer has won a contract to supply a vertical roller mill for grinding coal to Deccan Cements Bhavanipuram cement plant in Andhra Pradesh. Gebr. Pfeiffer India will be responsible for processing the order and supervising production and installation at the plants 3500t/day kiln line. The mill will be the companys second from the supplier. It chose an MPS 250 BK mill, which can also grind petcoke or a mixture of coal and petcoke. Commissioning is scheduled for before mid-June 2022.
India: Ramco Cements says that its 16Mt/yr installed production capacity will increase to 20Mt/yr during its 2022 financial year that starts in April 2021 with the completion of a new plant at Kurnool in Andhra Pradesh and a third production line at its Jayanthipuram plant. The original plan to complete the work by the end of March 2021 was delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Hindu newspaper. The new integrated plant at Kurnool will have a clinker capacity of 2.25Mt/yr and a cement production capacity of 1Mt/yr. The third production line at the Jayanthipuram plant will have a production capacity of 1.5Mt/yr, increasing the plants total to 4.5Mt/yr.
The producer also plans to complete Phase 3 of the installation of a waste heat recover (WHR) unit at the Jayanthipuram plant. Phase 1 (9MW) was commissioned in September 2020, Phase 2 (9MW) in February 2021 and Phase 3 (9MW) is scheduled for after the third line is complete. So far the first two stages have reduced the cement plants power consumption from a thermal power plant by 15MW. The project has cost around US$30m.
India: State-owned Visakhapatnam Steel Plant may use available land at its steel plant in Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh to establish a slag cement plant. The Hindu newspaper has reported that the Indian Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs (CCEA) has decided to privatise the public sector unit. The state government opposes the decision and has proposed a merger with the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC) instead. This would integrate Visakhapatnam Steel Plant within the management chain of other resources used in cement production.