L & T Cement Plants

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L & T Cement is one of the well known brands in the field of cement industry in India. It is now known as Ultratech Cement and is known for its high quality. This makes it highly preferred in both infrastructure and the housing and real estate sector. With the increase in the demand, the company is expected to earn good profits in the coming years. The high quality L & T Cement Plants produce the best quality of cement to cater to the growing market.

Features of the L & T Cement Plants

The different cement plants of L&T are equipped with the cutting edge technological facilities in order to produce the best quality cement brands. The company has cement plants in around 8 places across the country which caters to the various market segments and industries.

Due to the high class facilities and services used in the cement plants, the company has become one of the highest exporters of cement in the country. It has been awarded the highest exporter award from CAPEXIL for its great performance in the cement export sector. Another great thing about the cement plants is that they are designed in a way keeping in mind the environmental concerns. All the plants use the latest technologies which make them cent percent safe and environment friendly. For all these initiatives, the cement plants have also bagged various awards for social awareness, environment protection, high quality safety and management and industrial relations of high standards.

All the L & T Cement plants have high quality laboratories and testing units where the cement producing process goes through rigorous examination and quality control techniques. Through the testing process, it is ensured that the clinker and the cement that is produced are of the best quality according to the international standards. All the cement plants of the company have high standard laboratories which comply with the standards set by the ASTM and Euro. All the plants have been provided with the prestigious ISO 9001 certifications and 14001 certifications for the purpose of environment management.

The cement plants of L & T are located in a number of regions of the city like:

L & T CEMENT PLANTS

Name of the CompanyLocationStateProcess Used
L & T, Narmada CementJafrabadGujaratDry
L & T, Narmada CementMagdallaGujaratGrinding Unit
L & T - WBDurgapurWest BengalGrinding Unit
L & T Ltd.HirmiChhattisgarhDry
L & T Ltd. (ACW)ChandrapurMaharashtraDry
L & T, Narmada CementsRatnagiriMaharashtraGrinding Unit
L & T - APTadipatriAndhra PradeshDry
L & T - ARCW (G)ArakonamTamil NaduDry


The cement plants in the state of Gujarat have been awarded with the prestigious OHSAS 18001 certification for the high quality safety and hazard control standards. There is a captive jetty at one of the plants at Gujarat. It is around 337 meters long and 23 metres wide. The jetty can handle ships which have around 45,000 DWT. Due to its facilities and services of high standards; the plant has been given the renowned EC certification.

The L & T Cement plant in Hirmi in the state of Chattisgarh produces some of the best varieties of cement, most of which are exported to other countries across the world. Most of the clinker is exported to countries such as Bangladesh and Nepal. All these plants consist of railway lines which makes it easy for the loading and unloading of the cement products in a cost effective manner and short span of time.

Career at L & T Cement Plants

One can also start a successful career by opting for some jobs in the L & T Cement plants. There are a number of posts like site engineers, mechanical engineers, construction specialists, site supervisor, managers and other job options that are available. The benefits are pretty high and additional incentives are also offered.

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Last Updated on 4/19/2011