JSW Cement is India’s leading ‘Green Cement’ manufacturer. We have a strong commitment towards innovation in sustainability and technology to offer eco-friendly construction and building solutions to our customers. Growing exponentially since our inception in 2009, we have reached a production capacity of 14 MTPA (Million Tonnes Per Annum) with minimum industrial wastage. We envision a self-reliant India by boosting our colossal infrastructure and fast-growing economy through benchmark projects.
We cater to 11 major states in India. We are ready to expand our footprint in the country and overseas by adding to our existing five active state-of-the-art manufacturing plants and three mines. To leverage growth, we intend to increase production capacity to 30 MTPA by 2025.
At JSW Cement, we follow stringent processes that enrich our value chain, right from mining to delivering the best-quality green cement to our customers. We take pride in nurturing a sense of sustainability and consciousness in all our stakeholders. Thus, upholding our motto ‘Start Strong. Grow Stronger’
“India fights Corona as the world comes face-to-face with an unexpected crisis. A global pandemic presents us unforeseen challenges. This affects the well-being and livelihoods of our fellow citizens. We are beckoned to stay strong and grow stronger. To do our part, JSW Group has pledged 100 Crores to the PM Cares fund for COVID-19 containment and relief efforts. We must keep moving forward with vigour and work together to reinstate a sense of normalcy and begin to thrive once again. Even in adversity, the show must go on! So, with the highest safety standards we have restarted production to minimize disruptions for our stakeholders. We feel disheartened by the suffering that is inflicted on the people of the country by this outbreak’’.
The Temple of Steps located at JSW Cement’s Nandyal facility, Andhra Pradesh is the Winner of the Best New Public Building category at the Wallpaper Design Awards 2021. With the help of leading architects and eco-friendly construction, we turned a dried canal into a pond by redirecting the overflow of water from neighbouring limestone quarries.