Binani Cement, the flagship company of the Braj Binani Group, is known for its quality, strength, reliability, performance, and consistency. Binani Industries Ltd is a fast growing, multidimensional business conglomerate with sales, manufacturing and R&D operations spread across Asia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. Its diversified businesses deliver products and solutions in the areas of cement, zinc, glass fibre and related composites, energy and industrial infrastructure.
Binani is known for its variety of cements which can be used for various purposes. Binani’s general purpose high strength cement, which is widely used in general civil engineering construction work, combines with water, sand and stone to form a durable and strong construction concrete capable of bearing great loads. Its Pozzolana Portland cement is valued for its greater resistance to the attack of water.
Binani Industries is a significant contributor to India’s industrial growth. It is amongst India’s reputed manufacturers of cement with a global manufacturing capacity of 11.25 million tonnes per annum with an integrated plant each in India and China and grinding units in Dubai.
The group has embraced path-breaking initiatives growing organically and through acquisition to deliver accelerated business results on multiple fronts. However, their focus on growth does not take away their commitment to important corporate social responsibility issues such as the environment, health, education and other community issues.
The group continues to raise the bar on improving quality and efficiency with ultra modern manufacturing. With high quality being synonymous with its brand name, Binani Industries’ cement and zinc products compete at the global level and continue to enter new, emerging markets all around the world.
A strong focus on green runs through the company. The company’s efforts are focussed on prudently using and conserving natural resources, deploying superior technical solutions to prevent ecological contamination and proactively adding trees and greenery around the factories to compensate for the carbon footprint. On the technical front, better coal-firing burners, air cooled condensers, quieter and cleaner limestone blasting, removing dust from kiln exhaust gases and residue management of hazardous waste are some of the ways in which the group is going green.