Top Cement Manufacturer in MP, India

We have a big network in all india and have great hand in Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Gujrat, Maharastra, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh.

Shri Krishnan Cement aspires to be the most competitive and sustainable company in the cement manufacturing industry. Acting in a sustainable manner is not only a business imperative but also provides the company with a competitive advantage. We believe that a company is not measured only through its profits; its True Value lies in what it gives back to the people and the environment. The core of our sustainability philosophy is based on shareholder benefit, safe operations, environment conservation and social well-being.

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With its timeless business philosophy Shri Krishnan is primed to not merely survive but win in a marketplace marked by frenetic change. Indeed, the company's scorching success story has been scripted essentially by its resolve to innovate, set new standards, enhance capabilities, enrich lives and to ensure that it stays true to its haloed value system.

Committed for quality products, services and solutions

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Different products for different needs

The company is very much a future corporation, poised to become the most preferred steel manufecturer in the country.


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Cement has contributed greatly to the growth of modern human civilization. The huge urban infrastructure that we see today across the world would have been impossible without cement. Cement is the source material that has given the essential element of strength and durability to our houses, offices, schools and other buildings so that we can reside in with peace of mind.
The word cement means a material that can bind substances together and can attain power on hardening. The cement that we know today is a building material which is a result of several innovations over the past and is made in sophisticated manufacturing facilities.

How it is associated with ancient civilizations:

The oldest use of cement goes back to the thousands of years old Egyptian civilization. The Egyptians used natural cement which was made by combining gypsum and limestone for the construction of their massive and highly impressive pyramids. The fact that the Egyptian Pyramids have proudly stood the test of time for such a long period of human history is an indication of the phenomenal strength of cement. However, it must be stated that the ancient Egyptian cement was very diverse from the cement which in use today.
Later in the Roman era, the concept of cement changed later. Romans utilized a mixture of slaked lime with Pozzolana, volcanic ash from Mount Vesuvius. The Romans made extraordinary structures using this cement. The Basilica of Constantine is one admired example of Roman construction in which they used such cement mortar.

The Eddystone Lighthouse

In eighteenth-century England, John Smeaton, a British engineer, was allotted the task of re-constructing the Eddystone Lighthouse, a structure that had observed repetitive structural failure. In 1756, Smeaton performed a number of experiments that led to the invention that cement made from limestone that contains a substantial proportion of clay would solidify under water. Based on this invention, Smeaton rebuilt the lighthouse in 1759 and this time, it stood well-built for 126 years.
Consequently, till the early part of the nineteenth century, a huge quantity of natural cement was used, that was prepared with a combination of naturally occurring lime and clay.

First Patent for Cement

In 1824, Joseph Aspdin, a British Mason acquired a patent on his hydraulic cement formula that very much resembles today’s cement. He named this cement Portland Cement, and it was made through the balanced combination, burning and the subsequent grinding of a mixture of clay and limestone.


Cement went through a lot of improvements and developments in the nineteenth and twentieth century. The industrial revolution and the following development of the rotary kiln made the way for sophisticated and gigantic cement manufacturing plants. These plants possess the potential of homogenous mixing and intense heating of the raw material thus immensely improving the quality of the cement produced. The quality-testing equipment that has been employed by modern cement plants further helps in guaranteeing the quality of the cement produced.