Cement & Construction Materials
|Market Cap||2,696 Cr||EPS||7.1||High||133.7|
|Stock P/E||18.6||Net Profit Margin||NA||Low||130.1|
About the Company
Established in 1979, Orient Cement was formerly, a part of Orient Paper & Industries. It was demerged in the year 2012 and since then, it has emerged as one of the fastest growing and leading cement manufacturers in India. Orient Cement began cement production in the year 1982 at Devapur in Adilabad District, Telangana. In 1997, a split-grinding unit was added at Nashirabad in Jalgaon, Maharashtra. In 2015, Orient Cement started commercial production at its integrated cement plant located at Chittapur, Gulbarga, Karnataka. The product mix includes Pozzolana Portland Cement (PPC) & Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC) marketed under the brand name of Birla.A1 – Birla.A1 Premium Cement and Birla.A1 StrongCrete.
Business area of the company
The Company is primarily engaged in the manufacture and sale of Cement and its manufacturing facilities at present are located at Devapur in Telangana, Chittapur in Karnataka and Jalgaon in Maharashtra.
Birla.A1 StrongCrete: Birla.A1 StrongCrete is a specially engineered cement for concrete applications such as foundation, beams, columns and slabs.
Birla .A1 Premium Cement: Birla .A1 Premium Cement is manufactured by the inter-grinding of clinker, gypsum and very fine-grained highly reactive fly ash. Its biggest advantage is uniform particle size distribution which gives greater strength, and helps achieve higher density with lower porosity in concrete made from it, leading to increased durability.
Birla .A1 Premium Cement: OPC 53 Grade: One of the pioneers of 53-Grade Cement in India, Orient Cement opened up a whole new dimension in building construction with the launch of Orient Gold 53-Grade Cement in 1992.
Birla .A1 Premium Cement: OPC 43 Grade: Originally named Orient 43 Grade Cement, it was amongst the earliest successes of Orient Cement paving the way for the others to follow.
|Parent Organisation||Orient Cement Ltd.||Managing Director||Desh Deepak Khetrapal|