Adani Cements expects sales to more than double by FY27

Adani Cements, the holding company of Adani Group’s cement firms, projects a significant increase in sales from its two cement companies — ACC and Ambuja Cements — aiming to more than double to Rs 85,000 crore with Ebitda per tonne rising to about Rs 1,500 crore by FY27.

Adani Cements expects sales to more than double by FY27
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Adani Cements envisions a robust future for its operations, expecting sales from ACC and Ambuja Cements to surpass Rs 85,000 crore by FY27, which is more than double the current figures.

This optimistic forecast aligns with the company's strategic expansions and efficiency improvements. Adani Group’s production capacity witnessed a 15% increase, reaching 77.4 million tonnes per annum (MTPA), thanks to recent acquisitions. This expansion supports the company’s ambition to enhance its production capacity to 140 MTPA by FY28.

The anticipated growth in cement demand, driven by infrastructure and housing sectors, underpins these projections. Despite potential short-term fluctuations due to electoral cycles and geopolitical issues, the long-term outlook remains positive.

Adani Cements also plans to enhance its Ebitda per tonne to Rs 1,500 crore, leveraging intra-group synergies for power, coal, and logistics to improve efficiency and reduce costs. The company's strategy includes both organic growth and the exploration of inorganic opportunities to increase its capacity by 10-15% annually.


The Financial Express