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Prism Cement: A brief overview

Jul 16, 2008

Prism Cement, promoted by the Rajan Raheja Group (RRG) was initially incorporated under the name of Karan Cement Limited in March 1992 as a joint venture between Raheja group of Mumbai, F.L.Smidth & Co. A/s Denmark and Industrialization Fund for Developing Countries (IFU), Denmark.

Prism Cement cuts losses

Mar 14, 2000

Prism Cement has posted a loss off Rs 98.5 in 3QFY00. The company has managed to cut its losses. However, the company has suffered a deterioration in operating profit margins. The hike in costs due to increase in fuel prices coupled with a slow price recovery has adversely affected the company's bottomline.

Prism Cement cuts losses

Jan 22, 2000

Prism Cement has posted a loss of Rs 99 m in 3QFY00. The company has managed to cut its losses. However, the company has suffered a deterioration in operating profit margins. The hike in costs due to increase in fuel prices coupled with a slow price recovery has adversely affected the company's bottomline.

Cemex of Mexico in race for Zuari's cement unit

Jan 11, 2000

The race for dominating the Indian cement industry is hotting up. After Lafarge (France) and Holderbank (Switzerland), it is now the turn of Cemex SA DE CV Mexico, the third largest cement producer in the world, to bid for a presence in the Indian cement industry. The cement unit in question has a capacity of 1.7 million tonnes and belongs to Zuari Industries.


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