Shree Cement

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Shree Cement Limited
Traded asBSE500387
IndustryCement manufacturing (17.5 Million Tonnes per Annum) and Power Generation (597 Mw total installed capacity)
Key people
Benu Gopal Bangur
(Executive Chairman)
Hari Mohan Bangur
(Managing Director)
Subhash Jajoo
R. L. Gaggar
O. P. Setia
Shreekant Somany
Abid Hussain
Y. K. Alagh
Nitin Desai
Revenue58.58 billion (US$850 million) 2013-2014[1]

Shree Cement is primarily an Indian cement manufacturer. It was founded in Beawar in the Ajmer district of Rajasthan in the year 1979 and now headquartered in Kolkata, is one of the biggest cement makers in Northern India. It also produces and sells power under the name Shree Power (Captive Power Plant) and Shree Mega Power (Independent Power Plant).[2]

Turnover of the company for 2013-14 was 58.58 billion (US$850 million) and Net profit was 7.872 billion (US$110 million), 2012-13 was 55.90 billion (US$810 million) and net profit was 10.39 billion (US$150 million); 2011-12 was 34.53 billion (US$500 million) and Net profit was 2.097 billion (US$30 million); for 2010-11 it was 36.34 billion (US$530 million) and net profit was 6.76 billion (US$98 million); In 2008-09 the company posted a turnover of 21.29 billion (US$310 million) and generated operating profit of 2.603 billion (US$38 million).[3] Since 2006, it has more than quadrupled its production capacity both by expanding into new areas and increasing the capacities of the existing plants.[4] Shree Cement has been ranked 4th in 2017 Responsible Business Rankings developed by IIM Udaipur.Plants are located in Beawar, Ras, Khushkhera, Jobner (Jaipur) and Suratgarh in Rajasthan, Laksar (Roorkee) in Uttarakhand, Panipat in Haryana, Bulandshahar in UP, Raipur in Chhattisgarh and Aurangabad in Bihar.[5][6] Shree cements was clearly the second largest cement company in India (By Market Cap) in 2018.[7]

Shree Mega Power[edit]

The company produces and sells power under the brand name Shree Power and Shree Mega Power.[8]

Shree Power[edit]

The company has installed 120 MW captive power plants split into two locations (Beawar & Ras) to meet the complete power needs of a 15 million tonne Integrated Cement Plant. Commissioned 2x18 MW Greenfield Power Plant at Beawar in 2002 and running successfully. One 6 MW TG is also operating successfully with excess steam available from this 2x18 MW Power Plant. 4x18 unit is operational in RAS plant (40 km from Beawar). At same location 2x50 MW unit also exists and being fully operational. Company also believes in producing power from waste heat recovery methods (from Cement Kiln and preheat). Making a total of 265MW captive power along with 300MW independent.[9]


  1. ^ Shree, Cement. "Financial Reports". Shreecement. Retrieved 19 March 2015.
  2. ^ "Shree Cement's Hari Mohan Bangur: On solid ground | Forbes India". Forbes India. Retrieved 16 December 2017.
  3. ^ Shree, Cement. "Financial Reports". Shreecement. Retrieved 19 March 2015.
  4. ^ Business, Today (28 September 2014). "Concrete Growth". Business Today (Sept 2014). Businesstoday. News. Retrieved 19 March 2015.
  5. ^ Shree, Cement. "Locations". Shreecement.
  6. ^ Chowdhry, Seema (18 September 2017). "Are businesses becoming more responsible?". Retrieved 16 December 2017.
  7. ^ "Top 8 Cement Companies Listed in India (By Market Cap)". January 2019.
  8. ^ "Cement Sector likely to benefit in the coming years". Retrieved 16 December 2017.
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