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Vanda Prima to build IDR1.4tn cement works

Indonesian private cement producer Vanda Prima Listri announced plans to build a IDR1.4tn (US$145m) cement works in the Grobogan district of Central Jakarta.

“If realised, the cement production per year is expected to reach one million tons,” said Bambang Darusalam, a commissioner at the company. Output is earmarked to meet demand in the nearby cities in Central java.

The plan has been in the making since 1995, said the commissioner, but the global economic crisis forced it to the backburner. In addition, local concerns about the effect on water springs also prompted the company to change its plans, reducing the area of the site from 1700ha to 1000ha.
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Sinoma secures US$350m Indonesian supply contract

Indonesia: China National Materials Company Limited (Sinoma) has said that its subsidiary Sinoma International Engineering and Indonesia's PT Cemindo Gemilang have entered into an operation contract worth US$350m.

Under the contract, Sinoma International will provide services to PT Cemindo Gemilang including limestone/clay joint breaking and long belt conveying, and one complete clinker production line with a daily production capacity of 10,000t/day. The project is located in County Bayah of Banten Province in Indonesia.
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Indonesia: Holcim to invest US$800 million in two new plants in East Java

Jakarta-listed PT Holcim Indonesia hopes its new plants in East Java will provide the boost to production it needs to maintain its share of the competitive national cement market; the company plans to commence operations of its new US$450 million cement factory, Tuban I, In East Java this June.

As the start of operations falls in the middle of the year, the plant is initially likely to contribute around 850,000 tonnes of cement, half its annual production capacity of 1.7 million tonnes, according to President Director, Eamon Ginley.

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Indonesia: ThyssenKrupp Polysius has won a contract from PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk., to build a second cement plant near the town of Tuban on the northern coast of the island of Java. The contract is worth around US$250m and the plant is scheduled to start production in 2015. Tuban 1, the initially-awarded project, is due to begin operation in June 2013. Tuban 2, the newly-awarded project, and Tuban 1 will each have a capacity of 1.7Mt/yr of cement.

"This follow-up order is proof of our good partnership with the customer and shows that our technological solutions and leading engineering expertise are supporting Holcim in the growth of the Indonesian cement industry," said Dr Hans Christoph Atzpodien, CEO of the ThyssenKrupp Polysius' Industrial Solutions business area. "We are firmly focused on the markets of the future."

For both plants ThyssenKrupp Polysius is supplying state-of-the-art equipment covering raw material preparation, clinker production, cement loading and fuel preparation. A POLAB laboratory automation system is being installed for quality monitoring and control.

The Indonesian cement market is predicted to grow at a double-digit rate in 2013. With a production capacity of 8.2Mt/yr Holcim Indonesia is one of the country's top three cement manufacturers.
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Construction to start at 4Mt/yr cement plant in Banten

Indonesia: PT Cemindo Gemilang is due to start building a US$450m cement plant in Banten province following a groundbreaking ceremony on 11 September 2013. The 4Mt/yr plant will be situated on a 500 hectare plot in Bayah, Lebak regency. It is due to start commercial operations in the third quarter of 2015.

The subsidiary of oil palm plantation, mining and property business Ganda Group intends to spend a further US$150m on developing related infrastructure for the plant including a port and a power network. Cemindo will finance the project with external and internal funds. The majority of the funding, representing 70% of total investment, will be obtained from a syndicated loan led by the state-owned Bank Negara Indonesia.

Cemindo sells cement under the Semen Merah Putih brand in 20 provinces in Java, Kalimantan and Sumatra. In 2012 it acquired a majority stake in Vietnamese cement producer Chinfon Cement Corporation for US$250m.
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PT Semen Indonesia to increase packing capacities

PT Semen Indonesia plans to increase its number of packing plants to 30 over the next two years as part of the company's strategy of reducing logistic costs and bringing its product closer to customers.

Indonesia's largest cement producer is set to inaugurate a packing plant in Banjarmasin, South Kalimantan, this month, company secretary, Agung Wiharto, told Antara News. "The presence of Banjarmasin's packing plant that will soon be inaugurated in January 2014, will further strengthen the existence and expansion of the company`s businesses," Agung stated. This packing plant will have the capacity to store 600,000tpa of cement and is equipped with two packing lines with a capacity of 2200 bags per hour as well as a 120tph rotary packer for bagged cement.

"All packing plants, which spread over several areas from Sumatra to Papua, have special ports to boost efficiency in terms of transport costs and distribution," he explained.

He added that the company has also set up a packing plant in Sorong, West Papua, to meet the growing demand of cement in the region.

PT Semen Indonesia, has packing plants spread across Aceh, Belawan, Padang, Dumai and Batam in Sumatra; Ciwandan in West Java, Tanjung Priok in Jakarta; Tuban, Gresik and Banyuwangi in East Java; Banjarmasin, Samarinda and Celukan Bawang in Kalimantan; Tonasa, Makassar, Palu and Bitung in Sulawesi; Ambon in Maluku and Sorong in Papua.

"The company is and will continue to increase the number of packing plants in order to reduce logistic cost, that will invariably make the price of its cement products more affordable," he explained
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FLSmidth wins large cement order in Indonesia

FLSmidth has received an order worth approximately EUR 42m (approximately DKK 310m) from Indonesian cement producer PT Semen Gresik for a greenfield cement plant with a capacity of 8,000 tonnes per day. The new plant will be located just outside the city of Rembang in the north-eastern part of Central Java, Indonesia.

The order comprises equipment for the main part of the production line, including a raw mill, coal mill, preheater, kiln, burner, clinker cooler and silo equipment as well as a complete control system for the entire plant.

This new cement plant will be PT Semen Gresik's fifth production line. PT Semen Gresik is a well-known customer to FLSmidth who has supplied the company's four other production lines located in Tuban, Java.

PT Semen Gresik is part of the PT Semen Indonesia Group, which today is Indonesia's largest cement producer with a total annual output of approximately 30 million tonnes cement.


The order will be booked by the Cement Division and contribute beneficially to FLSmidth's earnings until the end of 2015.
 
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