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Cost Of Indian Cement Plant

Cost Of Indian Cement Plant

Indian Cement Market Analysis

There are three major problems in the Indian cement market: First, it is heavily dependent on imports. The only cement plant in the local area has aging equipment and low production capacity, which cannot meet the production needs of the project. Second, cement is expensive. The price of cement with a common rating of 32.5 is more than $298.5 per ton. Third, the supply is tight. The shortage of cement has severely constrained India’s infrastructure construction and economic development. However, India has abundant limestone mineral resources, abundant oil and gas resources, and basically stable power supply. It has the necessary conditions for mass production of cement.

In 2011, the Indian government encouraged foreign companies to invest in the cement industry, and SBM actively engaged with the Indian government. In 2012, the cement plant was completed. In 2013, the cement plant was officially put into operation. Because of the demonstration role of the cement plant, many international cement giants have come to the fore. The local cement price dropped from US$298.5/ton to US$74.6/ton, realizing the transformation of local cement from heavy importation to large-scale export earnings.

SBM finds the right position in the investment camp and makes effective breakthroughs. We actively explore the innovation of the business model of the business, from engineering contracting to the construction of a “construction camp that meets the social, economic and environmental sustainability. A cement plant brings more than that. Because of the transformation of the cement plant and the new construction The power supply line also provided electricity for local steel mills, paper mills, wood-based panel factories, prefabricated factories, etc. In addition, the cement plant directly created nearly 600 jobs for the local area. The cement plant also actively participated in local public welfare undertakings. Donate money to local reform hospitals, improve medical conditions; help residents to improve waters and improve living conditions; reach targeted recruitment agreements with local technical colleges and provide internship opportunities; donate learning materials to local primary and secondary school students. These charities have won local people and government. Highly rated.

What’s more interesting is that with the increase in cement sales in cement plants, the lack of local capacity and high freight rates are highlighted. SBM invested another US$4.776 million to integrate local transportation resources, set up a transportation fleet, and establish a logistics system, which not only drove the development of the local transportation industry, but also stabilized the transportation price and lowered the price of cement terminals.

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