Indian cement sector waits a bright future ahead, given the kind of potential country hold in terms of translating itself into an export hub coupled with this potential the rise in housing demand and smart cities drive have considerably propelled the need of country’s infrastructural development. This bestows higher opportune zone for business participants in Indian cement industry.
Hence, this calls for a detailed study highlighting the significant opportunity tune as per future for the potential consumers pertaining to both domestic and export cement market.
Key Queries Resolved
- What would be the cost matrix for cement transportation by road for distinct locations ?
- What would be the cost matrix for cement transportation by rail for distinct locations ?
- What would be the cost matrix for cement transportation by seaborne route for distinct locations ?
- What are the trends in the regional cement trade and distribution and the future outlook ?
- What are key drivers and restraints to the cement industry in India ?
- What would be the future outlook of domestic and export cement industry in India till 2022 by players ?
- What would be the region wise future outlook of domestic and export cement industry in India till 2022?
- What would be the capacity utilization wise future outlook of domestic and export cement industry in India till 2022 by players ?
Business Case For Cement Industry In India
- Despite an increase in the input cost, the domestic cement industry is expected to grow at 4-5% year on year till FY’2018, driven largely by the demand stemming from infrastructure activities and a revival in housing requirements
- India's cement demand is expected to reach 550-600 Million Tonnes Per Annum (MTPA) by 2025
- Emami Ltd, a fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) company, plans to invest around INR 8,500 crore (US$ 1.27 billion) to scale up its cement production capacity from 2.4 million tonnes (MT) to 15-20 MT in the next three to five years.
- FL Smith, a global engineering company based in Copenhagen, has signed a contract with India’s Larsen & Toubro Limited for engineering, procurement and supply of equipment for a complete cement production line with a capacity of 3,000 tonne in Tamil Nadu
- In the 12th Five Year Plan, the Government of India plans to increase investment in infrastructure to the tune of US$ 1 trillion and increase the industry's capacity to 150 MT.