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We are among the leading cement manufacturing companies in Eastern India. We have established a cement manufacturing capacity of 8.3 million ton per annum (“MTPA”) in our first four years of commercial operations, making us one of the fastest growing cement companies to achieve such feat amongst cement manufacturers operating in Eastern India. For the three months ended June 30, 2020, we had a market share of 7% in terms of cement sales volume, while our cement manufacturing capacity represented ~ 9% of the total installed capacity in Eastern India in Fiscal 2020. We currently operate four manufacturing plants and are in the process of expanding capacity, which subject to receipt of necessary approvals, is expected to result in an aggregate production capacity of 10 MTPA of cement and 3.5 MTPA of clinker by Fiscal 2022. We have an integrated cement manufacturing plant situated at Risda in Chhattisgarh, which has present capacity of 3.20 MTPA of clinker and 3 MTPA of cement (the “Risda Plant”). We commenced commercial production at this plant in December 2016. Our other operational plant is a cement grinding plant at Panagarh in West Bengal, which has an installed capacity of 2.50 MTPA of cement (the “Panagarh Plant”) and we commenced commercial production at this plant in December 2017. In September 2018, we acquired a cement grinding unit with an installed capacity of 0.8 MTPA in Bhabua, Bihar (the “Bhabua Plant”) and we are currently in the process of increasing its installed capacity to 2 MTPA. We have set up a new cement grinding plant at Kalinganagar, Jajpur, Odisha, which has an installed capacity of 2.50 MTPA of cement (with current approvals for production up to 2.00 MTPA) (the “Jajpur Plant”). We commenced commercial production at this plant in March 2020

Our manufacturing plants are strategically located in close proximity to the raw materials sources that we require for our operations and are well connected to our key markets by rail and road. We have a limestone mining lease adjacent to our integrated Risda Plant, where we operate a fully mechanized open cast mine and are able to extract sufficient quantities of limestone for our current clinker production requirements. At our Risda Plant, we have a 30 MW captive coal based power plant and a 12 MW waste heat recovery system which cater to our energy requirements. With a view to expand our geographic presence in India, we secured limestone reserves in Guntur, Andhra Pradesh by obtaining a mining lease. Further, we participated in non-coal auction and won two limestone blocks in Nagaur, Rajasthan. Securing of necessary statutory approvals for execution of mining leases is under process.

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Our Vision Statement

  • Challenge. Innovate. Build

Core Values

Core values support the vision of our company and help shape its culture. They are the essence of our company's identity - its principles, beliefs and philosophies

We have 5 core values which we want all our stakeholders to inculcate and demonstrate in their day to day life.

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Growth and Development
  • Trustworthy
  • Learning
  • Giving Back

Social Responsibility

We shall continue to contribute to the communities in which we thrive and address all social issues responsibly. We strive towards giving back to the society as a responsible institution and aid in growing the resources around us for building a vibrant nation.

Environmental Safety

Environmental Safety makes the framework of all our activity. We strongly believe that the safety of an individual will lead to a safer society for our forthcoming generations and we earnestly vouch for that. All our processes, products and services aim at safeguarding our environment.


Management Team

  1. emami group Profile

    Friendship beckons - 1974

    Two schoolmates, Mr R.S Agarwal and Mr RS Goenka start the Emami Group of Companies.

  2. A spurt of acquisitions - 1978

    Emami acquires Himani Ltd (incorporated as a Private Company in 1949). Himani, almost a century old company producing cosmetics in Eastern India, joins Emami.

  3. First flag-off - 1984

    Emami launches its first flagship brand Boroplus Antiseptic Cream under Himani. Next followed Boroplus Prickly Heat Powder and Navratna Cool Oil.

  4. Merger of two companies - 1998

    Emami Ltd. merges with Himani Ltd., getting a new name, 'Emami Ltd.' as per the fresh Certificate of Incorporation.

  5. BB Cream for Men - 2005

    Emami creates history in India by launching Fair and Handsome, the first beauty balm cream for men.

  6. A new beginning - 2006

    A Health Care Division is introduced and Ayurvedic OTC brands join the Emami Group.

  7. A major win - 2008

    The Emami Group acquires a major stake in Zandu Pharmaceuticals Works Ltd., creating a synergy between Zandu and Emami, There by welcoming new brands like Zandu Balm, Zandu Chyawanprash, Zandu Kesri Jeevan, Zandu Pancharishta, Sudarshan and Nityam Churna under Emami.

  8. A quick relaunch - 2009

    Emami revamps Zandu Kesari Jeevan, Zandu Chyawanprash and Zandu Balm.

  9. A foray into Homeopathy - 2010

    Emami acquires Lakhi Bilas (hair oil brand from West Bengal), Kings and Co and M Bhattacharya, the oldest homeopathy company in India.

  10. Accolades - 2011

    Emami bags an entry among the top 500 companies in BT-500 Most Valuable Companies of India in the Private Sector (Business Today). Brand Equity Most Trusted Brand 2011 ranks Emami power brands Zandu Balm, Fair & Handsome, Boroplus and Navratna as top brands in the country.