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Nuvoco launches ‘Duraguard Xtra F2F’ in Bihar

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Nuvoco Vistas Corp. Ltd., the fifth largest cement group in India and leading cement player in East India, in terms of capacity, launched a premium composite cement ‘Duraguard Xtra F2F’ as part of its extensive Duraguard range of products in Bihar. The product improves workability, provides a superior finish, and solidifies the construction from foundation to finish (F2F), thus complementing its tagline "Mazbooti Joh Tike, Finishing Jo Dikhe".

Developed under the mother brand Duraguard, Duraguard Xtra F2F is a cutting-edge product engineered for all your construction needs from Foundation to Finish (F2F). It offers higher durability, superior finish, and chloride-resistance. It is packaged in a premium laminated propylene bag that keeps it dry and extends its shelf life. Further, the cement is sealed in the factory and opened only once it reaches the site, which prevents tampering during transit and ensures zero waste.

Duraguard Xtra F2F leverages the expertise of Nuvoco’s Construction Development and Innovation Centre (CDIC) that develops the product tailored to the needs of local customers and partners through continual consumer engagement, research, and a thorough understanding of the impact of external elements on building lifespan.

On the launch, Mr. Jayakumar Krishnaswamy, Managing Director, Nuvoco said, “Our customers are the epicentre in driving our innovations, and Duraguard Xtra F2F is one such innovative product that ensures safety, strength, and performance for constructions from foundation to finish. As a leading player in the Eastern India, Bihar plays a key role for our business and help in building a strong brand equity in premium category. We continue to remain focused on introducing quality products for our stakeholders and committed to our vision of Building a safer, smarter sustainable world.”

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