Google acquires commercial ironers for Rs 2,000 crore September 18, 2021 September 18, 2021 admin

Google, the internet search giant, has bought commercial ironeries for Rs 1,000 billion.

In a bid to boost the competitiveness of the market, Google has bought four ironeries, three of which are in Bengaluru and two of which, Hyderabad, have been acquired by it in the past few months.

The acquisitions will create new opportunities for the Indian iron and steel industry, the company said in a statement.

The company has already invested in the Bengaluru-based Alimand, which has become one of the leading manufacturers of steel for the construction industry.

It has also bought a stake in Alim and its subsidiary Alimar, which produce a range of other industrial and commercial products, including cement.

Alimar is one of several manufacturers of cement in the country.

In May, Google said it had acquired a stake of 50 per cent in Alum, which manufactures a range to cement.

Alim has also been one of India’s leading cement producers in the last two years.

Google had said it was investing in cement at a time when it has not been able to do so.

Alum is one example of the companies that Google has acquired in recent years, which have become big sellers in India.

Almiron was founded in 1991 and has sold cement and other products in over 50 countries.

In the past three years, Almiron has grown to be one of top 20 cement producers globally.

The Alum Iron Company (AIC) was one of its biggest companies.

It was bought by Alum in 2014 for $300 million, while the Alum Steel Company (ASC) was acquired by Alm in 2015 for $350 million.