AMBUJACEM Ltd.

201.75INR + 1.20 (+ 0.60%) VOLUME : 2190000
    Average Volume
  • 5-Day 2,709,000.00
  • 20-Day 3,060,800.00
  • 3-Months 3,033,349.95

MARKET CLOSED

Price Table

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100 Day SMA GREEN: if Day's Closing is above 100-Day SMA
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200 Day SMA GREEN: if Day's Closing is above 200-Day SMA
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15-Nov-19 200.30 202.25 199.00 201.75 201.75 2,190,000 - - - - -
14-Nov-19 195.10 201.00 193.00 200.65 200.55 4,639,427 41% 200.74 199.56 204.80 212.37
13-Nov-19 200.15 202.20 194.55 194.60 195.25 2,726,347 55% 200.56 199.65 204.85 212.44
11-Nov-19 200.00 201.95 198.75 200.20 200.15 1,436,622 42% 200.50 199.84 205.04 212.55
08-Nov-19 203.20 204.90 200.00 200.05 202.25 2,181,870 53% 199.96 199.89 205.24 212.64
07-Nov-19 203.50 205.00 201.75 203.65 203.20 2,560,585 55% 199.24 199.79 205.43 212.70
06-Nov-19 201.95 203.75 199.90 201.75 202.25 1,636,076 34% 198.70 199.68 205.63 212.75
05-Nov-19 203.85 204.35 200.50 201.80 201.55 2,190,913 40% 197.89 199.66 205.83 212.80

Performance

Key Data

Day High Low Range

Time Lowest Highest
10 AM 199.65 201.75
11 AM 199.05 202.25
12 PM 199.00 202.25
1 PM 199.00 202.25
2 PM 199.00 202.25

Company Profile - AMBUJACEM Ltd.

Ambuja Cements Limited or AMBUJACEM

It was set up in the year 1986, and since the last decade, the company has grown tenfold as its total cement capacity of the company is about 18.5 million tonnes. Also, its plants are some of the most efficient and effective in the world with proper environmental protection measures that are on par with the finest in the developed world. It has the most distinctive attribute, its approach to the business. It also follows a unique homegrown philosophy of giving authority to the people to set their targets as well as the freedom to achieve their goals. This particular simple vision has created an environment where there are no limits or boundations to excellence, and no limits to efficiency as well. It is the most powerful engine of growth for the company.  And as a result, it is also the most profitable cement company in India, with one of the lowest cost producers of the cement in the market. When the company started, it h ... as approached the cement business with an open mind and to compete with the older and established players who had already written off their plant cost, and it is essential to have the lowest capital cost per ton of the cement. Also, their plants would have to be set up in record time with the capacity utilization of about or above 100%. Also, the power consumption would have to set a record low these were the central theme of the Industry. Today, it is the 3rd largest cement company in India, with an annual plant capacity of about 16 million tonnes including the Ambuja Cement Eastern Ltd. and revenue over INR 3298 crore. In 1993, the company set up a complete system of transporting bulk cement via the sea route and making it the first company in India to introduce bulk cement movement by sea. Others followed, and today, about 10% of cement travels by this new and innovative route. The Port terminal of the company is situated at Muldwarka, Gujarat: It is an all-weather port, 8 km from the company's Ambujanagar plant which handles ships with 40,000 DWT. It is also most equipped to export clinker and cement and import coal and the furnace oil. In 2013, the company approved a proposal, in which Ambuja will be the first to acquire from Holderind Investments Ltd., Mauritius (Holcim), and a 24% stake in Holcim India for a cash consideration of INR3,500 crores, followed by a merger of Holcim India into Ambuja. These intragroup transactions will result in Ambuja holding a 50.01% stake in ACC. Besides, the Board also provided its approval for Ambuja to make commercially reasonable efforts to invest up to Rs 3,000 crores to acquire economic ownership in the ACC of up to 10% without triggering a mandatory open offer, or subject to shareholders and other regulatory approvals as applicable.

Some of the Bulk Cement Terminals of the company:

  1. Surat: The Bulk Cement Terminal with a storage capacity of 15,000 tonnes has a bulk cement unloading facility.
  2. Panvel: It is strategically located near India's biggest cement market which has a storage capacity of about 17,500 tonnes and a bulk cement unloading facility.
  3. Galle: It is 120 km away from Colombo, Sri Lanka and handles 1 million tonnes of cement annually.
  4. Cochin: This is the latest addition to the configuration of the Bulk Cement Terminal.
It also exports almost 17% of its production in a very competitive international environment. And for the last ten years, Ambuja Cement has remained India's highest exporter of cement.

The Business areas of the company:

The company is specifically engaged in the manufacture and market cement and clinker for both the domestic as well as the export markets.

The Milestones:

  1. 2010:
  • As on 24 February 2010, Ambuja Cements Ltd (ACL) inaugurated its cement plant at Dadri, Uttar Pradesh with a capacity of about 1.5 million tonnes.
  • As on 27 March 2010, Ambuja Cements Ltd (ACL) inaugurated its cement plant (grinding unit) at Nalagarh, Himachal Pradesh with a capacity of 1.5 million tonnes.
  • As of December 2010, the Dadri Grinding Unit in its first year of operation received the Integrated Management System or IMS Certification and also included the certifications of ISO 9001:2008, and OHSAS 18001:2007, and ISO 14001:2004, by the BSI (U.K.).
  1. 2009– The Company launched its knowledge initiative i.e., Ambuja Knowledge Center, to enable industry professionals got a first–hand feel of the world for both cement as well as concrete. And during the same year, three centers became operational in the cities of Ahmedabad, Jaipur, and Kolkata.
  2. 2008– The Company also sets up the Corporate Communications department, thus marking its deep commitment to being a responsive organization, answerable and accountable to its critical internal and external stakeholders.
  3. 2009– The Company launched its knowledge initiative i.e., Ambuja Knowledge Center, to enable industry professionals to get a first–hand feel & experience of the world of cement as well as the concrete. And also the three centers became operational in the cities of Jaipur, Ahmedabad, and Kolkata.

Some of the Awards and Recognition:

Some Awards:
  • Environment protection measures that conform to the world’s best.
  • The Benchmarking quality standards for the Industry.
  • Reinventing cement transportation.
  • The Ambujanagar has won the 'Best Environmental Excellence in Plant Operation' – National Award by NCBM 2009
  • 'Certificate of Appreciation' for Accident-Free million working hour our worked – Gujarat Safety Council – Baroda 2009
The Recognition: 
  • The National Award for the commitment to quality by the Prime Minister of India.
  • The National Award for outstanding pollution control by the Prime Minister of India.
  • ISO 9002 Quality Certification.
  • ISO 14000 Certification for environmental systems.
  • Best Award for the highest exports by CAPEXIL.
  • The Economic Times – Harvard Business School Association Award for corporate excellence.