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Wonder Cement appoints Sanjay Joshi as the Executive Director

Sanjay has over 17 years of experience and has led multiple businesses across categories like building materials, consumer goods (paints) prior to joining the cement industry.

A firm believer in leading by example, Joshi has consistently driven initiatives that have raised the bar of efficacy & accountability, beating the odds against rising costs. In his previous associations be it at Everest Industries , where he was business head or at Asian Paints, where he functioned as a senior marketing leader over 12 years; he single-handedly drove the fastest growing and most profitable business segments. He specially enjoys creating structure and alignment in new and unexplored areas.

Joshi holds an alumnus from IIM Calcutta and a Chemical Technologist and 2nd rank holder from UDCT, University of Mumbai.

Wonder Cement is one of the fastest growing cement companies in the country today with a world class manufacturing facility. Currently it has a production capacity of 8.5 Million tons per year and the same will go up by 11 Million Tons per year by the end of 2019. This will be achieved with the commissioning of its upcoming grinding unit in Madhya Pradesh.

Enriched with the heritage of R.K. Marble, a leading name in the marble industry, its corporate culture is built on the values of quality, trust and transparency. An emphasis on technological superiority enables the company to differentiate its offering through impeccable quality and effective communication. With an extensive network of dealers & retailers, it owns a position in the premium segment of the market.

The commencement of Line 2 in September 2015 increased the production capacity to 6.75 Million Tons per year.  With the launch of our first grinding unit in Maharashtra adding a capacity of 2 million tonnes annually, company’s capacity increased to 8.75 Million Tons per year in August 2018. With the launch of Line 3 in Nimbahera , District Chittorgarh, in Rajasthan on July 2019, and the upcoming grinding unit in Madhya Pradesh the total capacity is expected to scale upto 11 Million Tons per year by the end of the year.