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January 19, 2008

Binani Cement Limited announces Financial Results for the Half Year & Second Quarter ended September 2007

Binani Cement Limited announces Financial Results for the Half Year & Second Quarter ended September 2007 BCL plans to expand its capacity to 10-12 mio TPA in the next 2-3 yearsHighlightsHalf YearTurnover increases by 29% Net Profit zooms up by 87% Profit before Tax of Rs. 111.36 cr on a turnover of Rs. 490 crore for the […]

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January 19, 2008

Binani ‘Cementing Dynamic Growth’, 02nd January 2008

Binani Cementing Dynamic Growth- Binani Cement, a leading brand in Rajasthan, Gujarat and the Northern Capital Region (NCR), is seeking a bigger market for exponential growth. Capacity expansion and forays into a larger market are its key growth drivers, January 02, 2008. Binani Cement Limited (BCL) manufactures Ordinary Portland Cement and Portland Pozzolona Cement at […]

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January 15, 2008

Binani ‘Binani Cement’s board to mull raising up to USD 125 mn

Binani Cement announced that a meeting of the board of directors of the company will be held on Jan. 19, 2008 for the purpose of considering and approving the raising of funds up to a maximum of USD 125 million by way of foreign currency convertible bonds, Global Depositary Receipts, American Depository Receipts, Qualified Institutional […]

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January 5, 2008

PRESS RELEASE NO.0708/02

Binani Cement Limited announces Financial Results for the Half Year & Second Quarter ended September 2007 BCL plans to expand its capacity to 10-12 mio TPA in the next 2-3 yearsHighlightsHalf YearTurnover increases by 29% Net Profit zooms up by 87% Profit before Tax of Rs. 111.36 cr on a turnover of Rs. 490 crore for the […]

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December 19, 2007

Binani Cement – Commencement of Commercial Production of Grinding Unit at Binanigram, 07th December 2007

Binani Cement Ltd has informed BSE that the Grinding Unit of the expansion project for production of Cement at Binanigram has been commissioned and commercial production has been started with effect from December 06, 2007.

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November 19, 2007

Braj Binani Group set to achieve new heights

First Indian Cement Company to have a production facility in ChinaFascinating results posted by Binani Cement in the last quarter The Braj Binani Group believes in Corporate Social ResponsibilityNovember 28, 2007, Mumbai : The Braj Binani Group is a well-diversified industrial house with a 138-years history behind it. Today, the group is actively working in the […]

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September 19, 2007

Nalco taps private firms for fly ash cement project

Import cost from Pakistan turns unattractive MV Ramsurya & Sangita Mehta MUMBAI : Cement is fast becoming an attractive business option. First it was Vedanta Resources and now state- owned Nalco took a step in this direction exploring options for a cement company. Bhubaneshwar-based Nalco, Asia’s largest alumina company, recently met eight cement players to discuss […]

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August 16, 2007

Binani Cement eyes East African market

Binani Cement, a mid-sized cement manufacturer, has recently picked a 49% stake in a clinker manufacturing plant in Shandong province in China to sell the cement in East Africa, which is emerging as the next hotspot for South Asian cement manufacturers as prices in this part of the world are higher. “We are looking at […]

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August 13, 2007

Binani Cement to invest $100 m in Chinese co

Suresh P. Iyengar www.thehindubusinessline.com Mumbai, Aug 1 : Binani Cement plans to invest $100 million in its newly acquired Chinese cement company Shandong Rongan Group Co Ltd that has a 0.4-million tonnes per annum (mtpa) capacity. The company recently bought 49 per cent stake in the Chinese firm for $11 million. “Though holding a minority […]

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August 12, 2007

Captive power is captivating for corporates

Companies are increasingly looking to set up their own capacities R N Bhaskar www.dnaindia.com Mumbai : Almost 15 years ago, three large companies in Gujarat decided to produce the electricity they needed for their regular operations. All the three belong to the chemical process industry where power is not only a critical factor, but uninterrupted-quality-power becomes […]

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