The group unveiled the new business' brand name, Double Bull.
Emami's current cement business
Emami's Chhatisgarh plant now produces nearly 2.4 million tonnes cement every year.
The company's plant was launched in July this year.
Emami has two other limestone-grinding units in West Bengal and Odisha that are presently under construction.
The West Bengal unit will produce nearly 2 million tonnes of cement a year, while the plant at Odisha will produce 1.5 million tonnes every year.
How will the expansion help Emami?
Emami is looking to gain revenues of nearly Rs.500 crore from its cement business this current financial year.
Emami's future expansion plans
One of the newest entrants in the cement business, Emami is targeting capacity growth of 15-20 million tonnes over the next three to five years.
The company is set to invest nearly Rs.8,500 crore to achieve this.
A further investment of Rs.3,500 crore will be made towards their limestone plant in Rajasthan.
In Andhra Pradesh, around Rs.1,500 crore is allotted for investments.
Emami's focus on the cement industry
"Our plan with cement is to cater to the demand in east and central India. The cement market is gradually getting consolidated and not many players will be able to enter the market in the coming years," said Aditya V Agarwal, group director.