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Wonder Cement plans new Gujarat manufacturing facility

Wonder Cement plans to build a factory in Tulsigam, Gujarat, as part of its expansion plan. In 2024, the company will produce 18 million metric tonne of cement annually, marking a significant milestone.

The Tulsigam unit will integrate with the company’s production lines to boost manufacturing. The strategic placement addresses market growth and improves customer service.

The company began in Nimbahera, Rajasthan, with three MTPA. After adding production units in Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, and Haryana, it has grown steadily. The company has reached a major milestone in 2023 when its cement capacity reached 18 MTPA. This was made possible by its fourth production line and grinding units in Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat.

The company incorporates renewable energy into its business plans to promote sustainability. Waste heat recovery systems (WHRS) and wind and solar power help the company save energy. Their 60 megawatt of green energy power demonstrates their commitment to sustainability.

The company prioritises renewable energy and new ideas to ensure quality, innovation, and sustainability. In cement manufacturing, this strengthens its position.

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