ACC launches F2R Superfast cement

Bhubaneshwar, Jan 23 : ACC, one of India's leading cement companies, has further consolidated its presence in Odisha by launching ACC F2R Superfast cement here on Tuesday.

F2R Superfast is a new cement with superior strength, superfine quality and a superfast setting formula that enables robust construction in quick time, said Neeraj Akhoury, Managing Director and CEO, ACC Limited.

"We are very excited with our latest innovation which was developed in response to specific customer needs such as fast setting, superfine quality and early strength which can be used for all their concreting needs from the foundation to the roof of a house," he added.

F2R Superfast was developed for the millions of people whose dream is to build strong, enduring homes for their families quickly.

"We will be looking at a decent growth with the launching of the product across the country," said Akhoury.

He said ACC is committed to driving product innovation and technological excellence in the Indian cement industry through a diverse product portfolio, delivering superior quality to our customers.

ACC F2R Superfast is a new product from the F2R family developed to address specific consumer needs and local conditions.

It comes in an attractive new tamper-proof packaging, which ensures that the best product quality is delivered to customers.

Through F2R Superfast, the company also aims to address the technical needs of Odisha's architect, engineer, and contractor fraternities.

The eastern region is a strategic market for ACC.

In East India, ACC has three integrated plants and two grinding units - Bargarh Cement works in Odisha, Sindri Cement works in Jharkhand, Damodhar Cement works in West Bengal, Chaibasa Cement works in Jharkhand and Jamul Cement works in Chhattisgarh.

It also has nine ready mixed concrete plants in the eastern region.

Together they provide the manufacturing and logistical support required to serve customers in all 30 districts of Odisha and the rest of the Eastern region.



Source: IANS