VPC – Gundlakunta Integrated Cement Plant – Andhra Pradesh - Project Profile
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V P Cements Private Limited (VP Cements) is planning to build an integrated cement in Andhra Pradesh, India.
The project involves the construction of a cement plant with a capacity of 6.4MTPA, a clinker unit of 4MTPA and an 80MW (40x2) captive power plant (CPP) on 150ha of land. It is being developed in two phases.
The first phase includes the construction of a 3.2MTPA cement plant, a 2MTPA clinker unit, and a 40MW coal-based CPP.
The second phase includes another 3.2MTPA cement plant, a 2MTPA clinker unit and 40MW coal-based CPP.
It includes the construction of a production unit, a clinker unit, a clinker storage system, a coarse mixing system, a packing unit, a distribution unit, and the installation of machinery, safety systems and grinders.
RV Consulting Services Pvt Ltd has been appointed as consultant for the project.
On June 24, 2014, the environmental study on the project was conducted.
The project involves the construction of a cement plant with a capacity of 6.4MTPA, a clinker unit of 4MTPA and a 80MW (40x2) captive power plant (CPP) on 150ha of land in Kadapa, Andhra Pradesh, India.
The US$253 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of production units
2. Construction of clinker units
3. Construction of packing units
4. Construction of distribution units
5. Installation of conveyor belts
6. Installation of process machinery
7. Construction of captive power units
8. Construction of related facilities
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