Dalmia Cement shifts to green fuel to rein in high input cost

Cement demand was not strong in the first half of FY22, but Dalmia Cement expects that to change from December as the vaccination drive ramps up

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Despite high coal costs, the company was able to manage the September quarter thanks to better inventory levels than the previous quarter

Dalmia Cement has turned to using biomass and industrial waste to protect itself from fuel price fluctuations that are eating into its margins.

The company is also looking to raise Rs

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First Published: Nov 07 2021 | 11:25 PM IST

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