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Indonesia Danareksa $500 million project

State-owned trust company Danareksa has agreed to partly finance the construction of a Rp 4.5 trillion (about US$500 million) cement plant to be built by Semen Gerobogan in Central Java.

Semen Gerobogan general manager Tonny Santoso said that Danareksa had signed a letter of intent (LoI) to become one of the financiers for the cement plant, which when completed will have a production capacity of 2.3 million tons a year.

The plant will occupy about 2,500 hectares of land, including a lime mining concession area. For the first stage of the project, only 60 hectares of land will be used for the factory facilities and another 1,000 hectares for lime mining.

The deal signed by Danareksa and Semen Gerobogan was one of 38 investment agreements signed during the Central Java Infrastructure Business Forum, held Nov. 5-7 at the Quality Hotel in Surakarta.

The agreements cover 27 infrastructure projects, including waste treatment, water, railways and the agribusiness. The agreements have a total value of about Rp 6.56 trillion.

Even though the investment commitments failed to reach the initial target of Rp 14 trillion, Central Java Governor Mardiyanto hailed the forum as a success.

"We hope all the projects can be realized so they will be able to support the local economy and create more jobs for locals," he said.
Investors from China, Taiwan, the Netherlands, France and Malaysia attended the forum.

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China Sinoma International Engineering Signs Contract in Indonesia

China Sinoma International Engineering announced that its controlled subsidiary has signed a contract worth RMB 118 million with P.T Semen Andalas Indonesia (PT SAI) to install and maintain the equipment of 3000t/d cement production lines.
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FLSmidth wins large cement order in Indonesia

FLSmidth has signed a contract worth approximately 55m euros (DKK 420m) with the Indonesian cement producer PT Semen Gresik for an 8,000 tonnes per day cement production line. The contract is for the Tuban plant, which is located about 100 km west of Surabaya in East Java, Indonesia.

The Gresik Group is today Indonesia's largest cement producer with a total annual capacity of approximately 18 million tonnes cement.

The scope of the contract comprises all equipment supplies for the main part of the production line including an ATOX raw mill, an ATOX coal mill, a preheater, a rotary kiln, a kiln burner, a clinker cooler and silo equipment as well as a complete control system for the entire plant and all laboratory equipment.

The new line will be Tuban's fourth production line. The three existing ones were supplied by FLSmidth during the 1990s.

"The Indonesian cement market is very well-known to FLSmidth, and we have a long and outstanding relationship with the Gresik Group. In the past, FLSmidth has provided technology for three Gresik cement plants: Tuban, Tonasa and Padang. Most of the equipment at these plants was supplied by FLSmidth, with the first production line at Padang dating as far back as 1910," Group CEO Jørgen Huno Rasmussen comments.

The contract will contribute beneficially to FLSmidth's earnings until the equipment is delivered during 2010.
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FLSmidth has signed a contract worth approximately 55m euros (DKK 420m) with the Indonesian cement producer PT Semen Tonasa for an 8,000 tonnes per day cement production line. The Tonasa plant is located some 50 km north of Makassar on the island of Sulawesi, Indonesia.


PT Semen Tonasa is part of the Gresik Group, which today is Indonesia's largest cement producer with a total annual capacity of approximately 18 million tonnes cement.

The scope of the contract comprises all equipment supplies for the main part of the production line including an ATOX raw mill, an ATOX coal mill, a preheater, a rotary kiln, a kiln burner, a clinker cooler and silo equipment as well as a complete control system for the entire plant and all laboratory equipment.

The new line will be PT Semen Tonasa's fifth line. Three of the existing lines are currently in operation and major parts of them were supplied by FLSmidth over the past 30 years.

"This is the second order awarded to FLSmidth by the Gresik Group in just a few days. We largely attribute the order to the strong relationship we have built up with the customer over the past hundred years," Group CEO Jørgen Huno Rasmussen comments.

The contract will contribute beneficially to FLSmidth's earnings until the equipment is delivered during 2010.
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Holcim invests in Indonesian growth market – Construction of a new cement plant on Java

Holcim invests in Indonesian growth market – Construction of a new cement plant on Java

In view of the continuous economic growth in Indonesia, the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee of Holcim Ltd have decided to build a
new cement plant with an annual capacity of 1.6 million tonnes in the eastern part of the main island of Java, near the city of Tuban. The
investment costs will amount to around USD 450 million.

The new plant with open sea loading and unloading facilities will go into service in the first half of 2013, providing all necessary local licenses
are granted in due time. This investment will allow Holcim Indonesia to keep up with the expected market growth. The new plant will ideally
complement the existing production and distribution network of two cement plants and a grinding station with an annual capacity of currently 8.6
million tonnes and activities in the areas of aggregates and ready-mix concrete. As Holcim Indonesia's existing cement plants are situated in West
and Central Java, the new plant will help to further optimize logistics costs and open up markets cost-efficiently in East Java, Kalimantan and the
eastern islands of Indonesia.

After the Asian crisis in the 90s, the Indonesian economy has continuously recovered. In the years 2000 to 2009, the gross domestic product grew by an
annual mean of 5 percent and the cement consumption rose over-proportionately. The highest volume growth was recorded on the main
island Java. According to forecasts, growth in the construction industry will further accelerate in coming years.

In business year 2009, Holcim Indonesia achieved a turnover of around USD 500 million and currently employs a workforce of some 2,500.
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French and Chinese Investors Build New Cement Plant

Two large cement producers from France and China plan to build factories in Indonesia. French cement producer, Lafarge Cement, is looking at building a factory in East Java, while China Triumph International Engineering Co Ltd, has plans for a cement factory in Grobogan, Central Java.

However, Industry Minister Muhammad Sulaiman Hidayat wants Lafarge to build the plant outside of Java to ensure industrial development is spread across the country. Other alternatives besides Java include Langkat, North Sumatra.

Lafarge has invested US$300 million to build a plant in Aceh that has a capacity of 1.6 million tons per year. The new plant is projected to have the same capacity as the factory in Aceh. However, the value of the new investment is still unknown. "They are still calculating the required investment,"said Hidayat.

Industry-based manufacture director-general, Panggah Susanto, said the construction of the plant belonging to China Triumph in Grobogan had a production capacity of 2 million tons per year. "The investment value reaches US$350 million,"he added.

Indonesian Cement Association chairman Urip Timuryono, predicted that consumption would rise by 7.5 percent to 43 million tons this year. "Cement consumption is still mostly based in Java with 65 percent, Sumatra 29 percent, and Kalimantan and Sulawesi with 10 percent,"he said.

Urip said the demand for cement was high this year following positive property growth. He said that average cement production reached 66 million tons per year nationwide. Around 43 million tons from this is absorbed domestically while the rest is exported.

According to data from the Industry Ministry, cement production will reach 53 million tons this year, up from 40.7 million tons last year. From 2012-2013, capacity is expected to increase by 6.8 million tons, after million-dollar investments from three local producers; PT Semen Gresik Indonesia, PT Semen Tonasa and PT Holcim Indonesia.

Although producer and market expansion continues, cement exports are expected to fall. This year exports are 1.5 million tons, a decrease from last year 1.5-2 million tons. The solid cement texture makes exports relatively hard. "The transportation cost for exports is high but the cement must be sold cheaper. This would hurt the producers' margins,"said Urip.
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Lafarge seeking to expand in Java

French cement maker Lafarge has sought government approval for new production facilities in East Java and is now studying the cost of the projects, Seputar Indonesia reported. "Lafarge has requested permission to expand in Java. They are currently calculating the investment required, "said Minister of Industry (Kememperin) MS Hidayat.

Hidayat said Lafarge’ move is a welcome development since the market in Java needs more competition. In March 2011, Lafarge has begun initial production from its factory in Lhok Nga, Aceh, which was built with an investment of USD300 million. It has a capacity of 1.6 million tons per year and consumes 1.2 million clinker for production. Director General for Manufacturing Industry Base Kemenperin Panggah Susanto said except in Aceh, Lafarge is also planning to build a cement plant in Langkat Regency, North Sumatra (North Sumatra).

"They are exploring their raw materials and Lafarge will build a plant in Langkat with a capacity of 1.5 million tons per year, with a total investment of USD275 million," explained Panggah. This year, cement consumption in the area is expected to increase by 10% compared to last year to 43 million tons. In 2010, cement consumption reached 40 million ton. For the year 2012 to 2013, the national cement industry installed capacity increased to 6.8 million tonnes. This was followed by investments made by the three cement producers namely, Semen Gresik, Indonesia by 2.5 million tons in 2012, Semen Tonasa 2.5 million tons this year, and Holcim Indonesia 1.8 million tons in 2014.


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Indonesia approves Lafarge's 450 mln usd capacity expansion plan in N Sumatra

The National Investment Coordinating Board has approved Lafarge SA's proposal to expand cement production capacity at its North Sumatra subsidiary PT Semen Andalas at an investment cost of 450 mln usd, the board's chairman Mohamad Lutfi said. Lutfi said the Semen Andalas project was among largest foreign direct investments (FDIs) approved in June, prompting a large jump in FDI approvals for the second quarter. Lafarge earlier said it has secured a 30 mln usd bridging loan from Citigroup Inc to reconstruct its Indonesian plant in Aceh which was damaged by the December 2004 tsunami. Lutfi did not say whether a portion of the French firm's proposed investment will be used to repair the damaged Semen Andalas plant.

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Gresik to acquire cement firms in Thailand, Malaysia

Indonesia's Gresik has announced it will acquire units in Malaysia and Thailand, as part of its expansion plans. According to a report from Kedaulatan Rakyat, the firm is targetting Malaysia's CIMA, and an undisclosed unit in Thailand. If the plan is implemented, could be to remove the image if Indonesia had so far only able to sell state-owned enterprises without being able to afford it.

This was stated by Head of Community Development PT SG Eko Honeng in Semarang. In addition to developing companies in the country, including plans to build cement plant in Apex, SG is also trying to develop or expand overseas by acquiring a number of other state-owned cement factories.

"Companies that will cement our acquisition of Malaysia is the Cement Industries of Malaysia Bhd (CIMA) Malaysia," said Eko Honeng. CIMA Malaysia, according to Eko, the production capacity to 1.5 million tons / year, the report said.

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Holcim contracts ThyssenKrupp Polysius for a cement plant in Indonesia

It is reported that PT Holcim Indonesia Ptk in Jakarta, one of the biggest cement manufacturers in Indonesia, has contracted ThyssenKrupp Polysius to supply a new 4,000 tonnes per day cement clinker production plant.

The new plant will be built on the northern coast of Java Island near the town of Tuban. The new plant is scheduled to start production in 2013.

Under the agreement, ThyssenKrupp Polysius will be supplying modern plant components from the raw material preparation system to the clinker manufacturing process and on to the cement loading facility and fuel preparation system. A POLAB laboratory automation system will make sure that the product quality is maintained in every phase of the process. Indonesia is experiencing a boom in cement sector, fueled by a rapidly growing economy and the heavy funding by the government for the expansion and improvement of the country's infrastructure.

ThyssenKrupp Polysius AG is a member company of ThyssenKrupp with subsidiary firms on all 5 continents. It has more than 2,000 employees all around the world. It is one of the foremost engineering companies equipping the cement and minerals industries.


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BAM wins contract for civil works cement plant in Indonesia

PT BAM Decorient Indonesia has been awarded a contract for the onshore civil works of a cement plant for Holcim in Tuban, East Java, Indonesia.

The contract period is 22 months. BAM Decorient's client is PT ThyssenKrupp Polysius Indonesia, as contractor responsible for the construction and erection of the new clinker and cement factory for Holcim, Indonesia's third largest cement maker.

BAM will construct the almost ninety reinforced concrete structures that are required for the plant. These vary from large support constructions (up to 120 metres high) for the process equipment to electrical stations and concrete silos. The largest of the six silos will be 80 metres high. BAM Decorient intends to recruit as much as possible local workforce from Tuban and the surrounding area to execute the works.

PT ThyssenKrupp Polysius Indonesia is a subsidiary of ThyssenKrupp Polysius AG, Germany, which supplies modern plant components from the raw material preparation system to the clinker manufacturing process for the new 4,000 tpd cement clinker production plant.

PT BAM Decorient Indonesia is a subsidiary of BAM International, the world wide operating construction company of Royal BAM Group active outside Europe.

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PT. Semen Baturaja (Persero), based in Palembang, Indonesia, has awarded Loesche Automation the contract for the electronic and automation engineering, in conjunction with placing an order for an LM46.2+2 C/S vertical mill.

The company is to deliver virtually all the equipment, from the automotive engineering to the software engineering and visualisation.

The medium voltage switching system and main drives were also supplied, as were the MCCs and low voltage main distribution. The order also covers the necessary I/O cabinets and the instrumentation and process control circuits based on Loesche Automation basic and detail engineering.

The components are also due to be delivered by the end of May 2012 and commissioning is scheduled for March 2013.

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State Development and Investment Corporation (SDIC), China’s largest state-owned investment holding company, is looking into setting up a cement plant in Manokwari, West Papua, with an anticipated investment of US$200 million, an official says.

SDIC is currently conducting a feasibility study for the plant, which it expects to begin building in 2013 and complete in 2014, Industry Ministry upstream chemical industry director Tony Tanduk told The Jakarta Post on Wednesday.

“The firm has already found the source of raw materials — limestone and clay, but is still looking for a source of energy, since it will require quite a lot of coals to support its production activities,” Tony said.

The firm also asked the government to help provide infrastructure, including a port, since this would allow it to distribute cement to surrounding areas such as Maluku and Papua New Guinea.

Tony said that once operational the plant would produce around 1 million tons of cement a year. The output could help reduce the cement prices in the area by around 30 percent, he added.

Currently, cement prices in Papua, Indonesia’s eastern-most province, are among the highest in Indonesia, since it must be imported from other islands.

According to the Indonesian Cement Association (ASI), the annual cement demand in Papua and West Papua provinces amounts to around 511,000 tons.

Two other Chinese firms have also announced plans to build cement plants in Indonesia.

In June, Anhui Conch Cement Company Ltd. pledged to invest a total of $2.35 billion to build four cement plants in East Kalimantan, West Kalimantan, South Kalimantan and West Papua.

Meanwhile, China Triumph International Engineering Co. Ltd. (CTIEC), through its China National Building Materials Group unit, would team up with PT Semen Grobogan to build a cement plant with a production capacity of up to 2 million tons annually in Grobogan, Central Java, at an estimated cost of $350 million.

The construction sector, which grew 6.4 percent in the first nine months of this year, contributing 0.4 percent to the growth in Indonesia’s gross domestic product, which grew 6.5 percent year-on-year, increased demand for cement.

This surging domestic demand has attracted a number of global cement producers, including the world’s largest cement producer, France’s Lafarge SA, to pour investments in Indonesia.

The ministry estimates that domestic cement use will expand by between 7 and 10 percent annually, and expects demand to hit 55 million tons by 2015 and break the 100-million-ton mark in 2020.


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