Nuvoco all-women RMX plant in India opens for operation

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Nuvoco all-women RMX plant has officially been opened at Pamohi village right on the outskirts of Guwahati in Assam India. The facility is developed by Nuvoco a part of India’s leading business conglomerate – Nirma Group. The latter is the fifth-largest cement group in India.

Nuvoco aims to build a smarter, safer, and more sustainable world. Additionally, it strives to be a leading building materials company that delivers superior performance. Over the years, the company has contributed significantly to various notable projects. These include the Nazul Tirtha, Lodha World One, and Aquatic Gallery alongside several Metro Rail projects within the region.

The Nuvoco all-women RMX plant will be operated by eight well-trained women staff. They will handle a wide range of responsibilities effectively. These will include customer relationships, manufacturing concrete of the highest quality, and sales. Moreover, the staff will handle the management of company finances as well as strive to deliver concrete to customers on time. 

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Nuvoco all-women RMX plant in India to offer equal employment opportunities

While commenting on the project, Prashant Jha, Chief Concrete & Aggregates at Nuvoco said that the company takes its commitment to building a strong and diverse workforce at all levels. Thus, the project’s launch is a demonstration of the company’s dedication to providing equal employment opportunities.

Over the years, Nuvoco revealed that they plan to open more all-women-led RMX plants. More so, throughout different locations. The project strives to provide concrete solutions for various clients. These include developers, government agencies, small contractors, and the general public. 

Back in 2022, Nuvoco Vistas Corp. Ltd received the prestigious Green Pro Certification for six of its ready-mix concrete plants. The Indian Green Building Council (IGBC-CII) is also known as the GreenproEcolabel. It is accredited by the Global Ecolabelling Network (GEN) through GENICES – GEN’s Internationally Coordinated Ecolabelling system.