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UltraTech Cement to invest Rs 940 cr for increasing production capacity in eastern markets
Business

UltraTech Cement to invest Rs 940 cr for increasing production capacity in eastern markets

Leading cement maker UltraTech Cement Ltd on Monday said it has plans to invest Rs 940 crore to increase the production of premium products for strengthening its position in eastern markets

JSW Cement to invest Rs 2,000 cr to take capacity to 20 MT by 2020; firm's IPO likely to hit market by March 2021
Business

JSW Cement to invest Rs 2,000 cr to take capacity to 20 MT by 2020; firm's IPO likely to hit market by March 2021

JSW Cement hopes to ramp up its capacity further to 30 mtpa after going public with the addition of 5 mtpa each in Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh.

Nestle India plans up to 3-dozen product launches in 2019; eyes to tap more overseas markets
Business

Nestle India plans up to 3-dozen product launches in 2019; eyes to tap more overseas markets

Nestle, whose 6 percent revenues come from exports, is now looking to tap more overseas markets by targeting countries with higher Indian diaspora such as SAARC and South East Asia.

JSW Steel to invest Rs 7,500 cr until March 2020 to expand Vijayanagar facility
Business

JSW Steel to invest Rs 7,500 cr until March 2020 to expand Vijayanagar facility

JSW Steel on Wednesday announced plans to invest Rs 7,500 crore until March 2020 to increase the production capacity at its Vijayanagar facility in Karnataka to 13 million tonnes per annum (mtpa)

Apollo Tyres to roll out around Rs 4,000 cr capacity expansion plans on two plants in FY17
Business

Apollo Tyres to roll out around Rs 4,000 cr capacity expansion plans on two plants in FY17

The company, which today announced its foray into the two-wheeler market, will start rolling out tyres from its upcoming plant in Hungary by January 2017

IndiGo loses senior pilots to Gulf carriers; 40 commanders quit in 1 year
Corporate

IndiGo loses senior pilots to Gulf carriers; 40 commanders quit in 1 year

Low-cost carrier IndiGo, which lost its market share by a pe cent in July to 30.7 percent, has also lost as many as 40 commanders or senior pilots mainly to Gulf carriers in the last one year.<br />