The company has reported the highest profit after tax to date of PKR 22.15 billion of which PKR 3.93 billion is attributable to non-controlling interests for the nine months ended 31 March 2021.
The decarbonisation agenda will be delivered through a number of measures, from waste heat recovery to using more renewable energy and reducing the amount of clinker used in cement manufacture.
The company has ordered its first ready2grind compact plant for the Indian subcontinent. The plant will be installed in the company’s Gorakhpur factory.
The company has already supplied over 12 500 oxygen cylinders for hospitals across India from its production units in Rajasthan, Karnataka, Bihar, Odisha and Chhattisgarh.
After a successful market adoption globally, ECOPact has been launched in the West Bengal market to enable carbon neutral construction.
Ambuja Cement Foundation (ACF) has been recognised with two awards from the Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC), for the foundation's exemplary work done for the community development.
The company, based in Hyderabad/India, has ordered a vertical mill from Gebr. Pfeiffer for its new kiln line at the Bhavanipuram plant in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
The company will run a waste management drive during the India England T20 five-match series through its in-house waste management arm, Geocycle. The collected waste will be safely re-purposed in the cement kiln as alternative fuel at the Ambujanagar plant.
In July 2020, the company committed to set ‘science-based targets’ to reduce its greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.