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Cement Industry Scenario In The Indian Market. At the end of 2018 India’s capacity for cement production was around 460 million metric tons. While in this year consumption of cement was around 270 million metric tons. It is estimated that the production capacity will reach around 540 million metric tonnes by 2021.
Single production line capacity of over 12 000 t/d with multi-stream preheaters and calciners; average thermal energy consumption of 726 kcal/kg (3037 GJ/t) clinker or average electrical energy consumption of 78 kWh/t of cement as at present were unimaginable two decades ago when these figures hovered around 3000 t/d 880 kcal/kg (3682 GJ/t .
The registered office of Visa Cement Limited is at 8/10 ALIPORE ROAD KOLKATA West Bengal. The Corporate Identification Number (CIN) of Visa Cement Limited is U26941WB2007PLC118636. It's authorized share capital is INR 12.00 cr and the total paid-up capital is INR 11.00 lac.
Production reached a high of 4.2 Gt in 2014 and has since remained at around 4.1 Gt. China is the largest cement producer accounting for about 55% of global production followed by India at 8%. Without efforts to reduce demand annual cement production is expected to grow moderately to 2030.
India’s cement production capacity is expected to reach 550 MT by 2025. Due to the increasing demand in various sectors such as housing commercial construction and industrial construction the cement industry is expected to reach 550-600 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) by the year 2025.