A mini cement plant established in Mattapalli, Andhra Pradesh has gone on to become a force to be reckoned within the construction industry. Established in the 1980s by Mr. K. Ramachandra Raju during the Golden Era of Entrepreneurial Development in Andhra Pradesh, Nagarjuna Cements is now a household name. Nagarjuna Cement Limited, as it was then known, managed to grow its cement production capacity to 900 TPD in phases. As patrons of research, the company’s leadership then helped design a cement bonded particle board called Bison Panel that is more suited to Indian conditions.
Rebranded now as NCL Industries Limited and encompassing our ventures into power generation as well, NCL stands for trust and quality. Our dynamic Board of Directors presided over by Chairman Mr. Kamlesh Gandhi and our executive team led by Managing Director Mr. K. Ravi continues to lead initiatives that build the brand further. We are conscious of our environmental impact, which is why all our cement plants have the necessary clearances in terms of resource usage, emissions and noise reduction. The Simhapuri township established around the same time as the first cement plant provides employment and education to nearby villages. NCL believes in educating children, which is why we have extended free education and transport up to the high school level to children in adjacent villages.