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Ramco Cements unveils Rs 1,250-cr capacity expansion plan in Andhra Pradesh

Friday, 09 Feb 2024
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The Ramco Cements has set out plans to double the capacity at its Kalavatala integrated cement manufacturing complex in Andhra Pradesh with a proposed investment of Rs 1,250 crore. Additionally, it plans to invest Rs 153 crore in setting up a waste heat recovery system (WHRS) of 10 MW capacity at Ramasamy Raja Nagar Plant in Tamil Nadu. 

The company’s Board on 08 February, 2024 approved the proposal for Line II at the Kalavatala Plant located in Kolimigundla Mandal, Nandyal District, Andhra Pradesh. The expansion includes doubling the clinker capacity to 6.3 MTPA and cement capacity to three MTPA with an additional WHRS capacity of 15 MW. With this expansion, the aggregate installed capacity of the company would reach 19 MTPA for clinker, and 26 MTPA for cement by FY26. 

The proposed 10 MW WHRS plant is to be commissioned by March 2025. The company is in the process of getting the necessary permissions. With these two expansion plans, the aggregate installed capacity of the company’s WHRS would increase from 43 MW to 68 MW by FY26. The WHRS units in Ramco's cement plants help to minimise greenhouse gas emissions and lower the environmental footprint in cement production. 

The Kalavatala plant, which is the fifth integrated cement plant of the company, has already reached 100 percent capacity utilisation. 

The company is likely to incur a capex of Rs 390 in this quarter, and the capex for FY25 is estimated at Rs 1,700 crore including maintenance capex.

 
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