Learn about the glass, cement and ceramics industry of India

Glass, cement and ceramics


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India is the world’s 2nd largest cement producer with a production capacity of nearly 420 million tonnes. This capacity is expected to touch 550 million tonnes by FY 2020. The country’s cement industry is a vital part of its economy that provides direct or indirect employment to millions of people.

Cement prices in India recorded a 6.7 per cent month-on-month growth in April 2017, thereby indicating the probability of growth in volume and profitability of cement companies in the quarter ending June 2017.

The ceramic industry of India emerged in the 1950s. Tiles are the most important part of this industry with some basic options like wall tiles, floor tiles and porcelain and vitrified tiles. The industry is estimated at $ 0.35 billion.

Glass is defined to be an inorganic product, manufactured using silica, calcium compound and soda and with a perfect mix of metallic oxides. At present, glass industry is mainly segregated into four segments, and those are container glass, specialty glass, fibre glass and flat glass. Indian glass industry is old and well established, with the primary setup, dated back in the year 1908. Glassware exports have now been growing at a rate of 17% over a period of 2 years.

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