|According to a latest research by RNCOS, “Indian Cement Industry Outlook 2015”, the Southern region of India with around 41% of cement installed capacity in 2010-11, dominates the cement space, and is expected to witness a significant ramp up in cement installed capacity in the coming years. By 2013-14, about 8 Million Metric Tons of fresh cement capacity will be added in Karnataka, one of the largest cement markets in the southern region. Almost all cement majors has expanded their installed capacity owed by the government-backed construction projects as these projects have created strong demand for cement in the country.
Moreover, we observe that the cement sector is one of the most heavily taxed sectors in the country. The increase in excise duty in the 2012-13 Budget, and the hike in rail freight rates may result in the commodity getting expensive because producers will pass on the excess cost to the end user. Reduction in import duty on coal to zero will benefit the cement companies, dependent on imported coal.
The report also highlights the cost analysis of the industry with emphasis on power, fuel, raw material, and transportation cost. In addition, the report provides statistics on the current plants by installed capacity along with the types of cement by production type to present client’s valuable information of different aspects of the cement industry. We have also covered in-depth insight on major players in the competitive landscape section. The section covers the total revenue of top four cement manufacturers along with their business description and strategic analysis. Overall, the report is an optimum presentation of Indian cement industry, which caters to all those interested in construction/infrastructure domain.
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