UltraTech Cement Limited is the largest manufacturer of cement in India and ranks among the world’s leading cement makers. UltraTech’s vision is to be ‘The Leader’ in Building Solutions. The company has a consolidated capacity* of 102.75 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) of grey cement. UltraTech has a strong presence in international markets such as Bangladesh, UAE, Sri Lanka and Bahrain. UltraTech is a founding member of the Global Cement & Concrete Association.
It operates 20 integrated units, 26 grinding units, seven bulk terminals and one clinkerisation plant for grey cement, one integrated white cement unit, two wallcare putty plants and over 100 RMC plants. UltraTech has a dealer and retailer network of over 80,000 partners across the country, with a market reach of more than 80% Indian cities and towns.
*Including four MTPA capacity which is under commissioning
UltraTech is India’s largest manufacturer of grey cement, white cement and ready mix concrete (RMC).
In the white cement segment, UltraTech goes to market under the brand name of Birla White. It has a white cement plant with a capacity of 0.56 MTPA and two wallcare putty plants with a combined capacity of 0.8 MTPA.
With 100+ Ready Mix Concrete (RMC) plants in 35 cities, UltraTech is the largest manufacturer of concrete in India. It also has a slew of speciality concretes that meet specific needs of discerning customers.
UltraTech Building Products business is an innovation hub that offers an array of scientifically engineered products to cater to new-age constructions. Aerated autoclaved concrete (AAC) blocks are economical, light-weight blocks ideal for high-rise buildings, while dry mix products include waterproofing, grouting and plastering solutions designed for faster completion of projects.
The retail format of UltraTech Building Solutions offers a wide range of construction products to the end customers under one roof. UltraTech has over 1600 Building Solutions stores across India which are one-stop shops for all primary construction needs of our individual home builders.
UltraTech provides a range of products that cater to the needs of various aspects of construction, ranging from foundation to finish, under five business verticals:
As the largest cement producer in India, UltraTech Cement continually strives to play a key role in finding effective and responsible ways to preserve the environment. As a company, UltraTech is committed to its focus areas of climate change, health and safety, energy conservation, water conservation, biodiversity and natural resource substitution.
UltraTech Cement is fully aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It has been certified as two times ‘water positive’ by global auditing agency DNV. UltraTech Cement has a power generation capacity of 58 MW through waste heat recovery systems which is expected to reach 121 MW by 2020. More than 85% of its power consumption is met through captive thermal power plants and waste heat recovery systems. Water conserved through rainwater harvesting and recycling helps meet half of UltraTech’s water requirement in manufacturing.
Corporate Social Responsibility
UltraTech believes in the Group’s CSR vision “To actively contribute to the social and economic development of the communities in which we operate. In doing so build a better, sustainable way of life for the weaker sections of society, to contribute effectively towards inclusive growth and raise the country’s human development index”. It is carrying this legacy forward by taking concrete steps to co-create value for business and the society. The focus areas being healthcare, education, sustainable livelihood, infrastructure and social reform.
UltraTech Cement has touched lives of more than 1.5 million people in the local communities around its factories across India. It is working in 480 villages spanning 15 states in India to provide healthcare, education, safe drinking water, sanitation, sustainable livelihood, and income generation opportunities for women. The company has identified 58 villages to be transformed into model villages.