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  • Siam Cement Group to invest in greenfield cement plant in ...

    Aug 28, 2013  Siam Cement Group yesterday said it would invest Bt12.4 billion for its first integrated greenfield cement plant in Myanmar to serve the rising demand in that market. Kan Trakulhoon, president and chief executive of SCG, said the board of directors approved the investment to construct its first fully integrated cement plant in Myanmar under ...

  • Siam Cement Group to begin Myanmar plant construction in 2H13

    Jun 06, 2013  Siam Cement Group of Thailand plans to kick start construction of a greenfield cement plant in neighbouring Myanmar in the second half of this year, having received regulatory approval. ... The investment value is expected to be US$400m and operations are expected to begin in 2015. ... Siam Cement Group Thailand Myanmar New plant: greenfield ...

  • Myanmar: Siam Cement starts work on new plant

    Nov 24, 2014  Thailand's largest cement producer, Siam Cement Group (SCG), has begun work on its greenfield Mawlamyine plant, in Mon State, Myanmar. The new 1.8Mta facility is scheduled to start production in 2Q16. SCG has finished work on an access road and is building a 40MW plant to power the factory. The site for the plant is also being prepared for work.

  • Siam Cement Group spends US$386m on first cement plant in ...

    Sep 04, 2013  Myanmar: Siam Cement Group (SCG) has announced that it will build a 1.8Mt/yr greenfield cement plant costing US$386m in Mawlamyine, Myanmar. The plant will include a 40MW captive power plant, a 9MW waste heat recovery system, supporting port facilities and other infrastructures for future expansion.

  • SCG cements plan of action for Myanmar - Bangkok Post

    Jun 06, 2013  Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand's largest industrial conglomerate, will start construction of its first cement plant in Myanmar in the second half of this year after the Myanmar Investment ...

  • Siam Cement to invest $1.5b Investvine

    Apr 28, 2013  Thailand’s Siam Cement Group (SCG) plans to invest $1.5 billion in cement and power plants and logistics facilities in the region, especially Indonesia, Myanmar and Cambodia, the company said on April 24. SCG president and chief executive officer Kan Trakulhoon

  • SCG PASSION FOR BETTER

    SCG has become the leading cement provider. This year, SCG started its second subsidiary, Mawlamyine Cement Limited; building its first integrated Greenfield cement plant in Mawlamyine starting 2013 and will invest 400 million USD to build a clean green manufacturing plant which is expected to operate 2016.

  • Hla Oo's Blog: Siam Cement Group’s Moulmein Cement Plant ...

    Jul 21, 2014  Siam Cement Group (SCG) announced in September 2013 that it would build a 1.8Mt/yr greenfield cement plant costing US$386m in Mawlamyine, Myanmar. The plant would include a 40MW captive power plant, a 9MW waste heat recovery system, supporting port facilities and other infrastructures for future expansion.

  • Myanmar - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Jul 28, 2020  Myanmar: Thailand-based Siam Cement Group (SCG) and Pacific Link Cement Industries (PLCI) joint-venture Mawlamyine Cement has suspended production at its integrated cement plant in Kyaikmayaw, Mon State amidst a dispute between its owners. SCG says it has resorted to arbitration to resolve the matter and that PLCA has filed a lawsuit against it. In a statement SCG said

  • The Siam Cement Group

    The Group, therefore, concentrates on factors that increase the happiness of employees. For instance, SCG has created pleasant, convenient and modern working atmosphere, promoted workplace safety, supported activities of their family bond, and provided special care for their physical and mental health.

  • Myanmar: Siam Cement starts work on new plant

    Nov 24, 2014  Thailand's largest cement producer, Siam Cement Group (SCG), has begun work on its greenfield Mawlamyine plant, in Mon State, Myanmar. The new 1.8Mta facility is scheduled to start production in 2Q16. SCG has finished work on an access road and is building a 40MW plant to power the factory. The site for the plant

  • Siam Cement Group to begin Myanmar plant construction in

    Jun 06, 2013  Siam Cement Group of Thailand plans to kick start construction of a greenfield cement plant in neighbouring Myanmar in the second half of this year, having received regulatory approval. ... The investment value is expected to be US$400m and operations are expected to begin in 2015. ... Siam Cement Group Thailand Myanmar New plant: greenfield ...

  • SCG cements plan of action for Myanmar - Bangkok Post

    Jun 06, 2013  Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand's largest industrial conglomerate, will start construction of its first cement plant in Myanmar in the second half of this year after the Myanmar Investment ...

  • Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Sep 04, 2013  Myanmar: Siam Cement Group (SCG) has announced that it will build a 1.8Mt/yr greenfield cement plant costing US$386m in Mawlamyine, Myanmar. The plant will include a 40MW captive power plant, a 9MW waste heat recovery system, supporting port facilities and other infrastructures for future expansion.

  • Hla Oo's Blog: Siam Cement Group’s Moulmein Cement Plant ...

    Jul 21, 2014  Siam Cement Group (SCG) announced in September 2013 that it would build a 1.8Mt/yr greenfield cement plant costing US$386m in Mawlamyine, Myanmar. The plant would include a 40MW captive power plant, a 9MW waste heat recovery system, supporting port

  • Siam Cement - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Jul 31, 2014  Myanmar: Thailand's Siam Cement Group (SCG) plans to invest US$400m in the construction of a 1.8Mt/yr capacity cement plant in Myanmar. The plant is expected to be complete in 2016. "The priority we are focusing is to manufacture cement and later cement related products such as ready-mix concrete and precast concrete blocks," said Kan ...

  • Siam Cement to invest $344m in ASEAN Investvine

    May 01, 2014  Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand’s top industrial conglomerate, is set to invest more than $344 million to expand its business in ASEAN, with the biggest investment being a greenfield cement plant in Laos for $312 million. President and chief executive

  • Thai cement giant starts work on Mon State plant The ...

    Nov 24, 2014  Thai cement giant starts work on Mon State plant. Thailand's largest cement producer has begun work on its first factory in Myanmar, aiming to open doors on the facility as soon as the second quarter 2016. Siam Cement Group has been exporting to Myanmar for over two decades, but the August 2013 announcement to build a plant in Mawlamyine, Mon ...

  • Myanmar - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Oct 31, 2016  Myanmar: The state-run No. 33 cement plant in Kyaukse, Mandalay will be upgraded to produce up to 5000t/day of cement in a partnership with Myanmar Conch Cement. The plant was established in 1983 and has been running under the Ministry of Industry with a capacity of 300t/day. The upgrade is expected to be finished in three months, according to Myanmar Business Today.

  • Siam Cement acquires Vietnam plant in ASEAN push - Nikkei Asia

    The company operates cement plants in Cambodia, Indonesia and Myanmar. A new plant in Laos in the trial phase is expected to come online this year, raising the group's capacity abroad to 10.5 ...

  • GCW178 - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Nov 20, 2014  In addition the Myanmar Investment Commission had approved the construction of nine new cement plants with an aim of a target cement production capacity of 10.53Mt/yr. Following this, Siam Cement Group's on-going investment in a 1.8Mt/yr plant is due for completion in 2016.

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    TPC Indo Plastic and Chemicals (Surabaya Office) supply PVC resin from factory in Indonesia to domestic export customers and supply PVC resin export from SCG Thailand to Indonesian main ports. Location. Lt.5, unit S 508-509, Kompleks Graha Festival Kav.3 Mayjend Yono Soewoyo, Graha Family, Surabaya, Indonesia, 60226.

  • Indonesia - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Apr 02, 2013  Indonesia: Cement plant projects for operation in 2014 are being planned by four companies in the Lebak regency of Banten province in Java, according to the district office of a local investment board. PT Gamma is in the final phase of construction for its 4Mt/yr cement plant. PT Siam, PT Tri Utama and PT Pos Perdi are still in the process of seeking licenses and procuring land.

  • an equity investment cement plant

    The equity investment by Dangote would be used to fund the development of Sephaku Cement’s Aganang and Delmas projects in South Africa. The Aganang project includes a limestone mine and a cement manufacturing plant in North West province and is scheduled to produce about 900 000 t/y of cement by 2012. Get Price.

  • Siam Cement awaits Myanmar investment law to proceed with ...

    Oct 10, 2012  Siam Cement Group of Thailand is waiting for Myanmar to pass its foreign investment law before proceeding with plans to build a 5000tpd cement plant in the country. Speaking to the Bangkok Post, Pramote Techasupatkul, president of SCG Cement said: "The proposed Myanmar

  • Siam Cement Plans $388-m Cement Plant in Myanmar Myanmar

    Sep 05, 2013  Last year, Siam Cement ac­counted for more than 40 per­cent of the 4 million tonnes of cement that Myanmar used. In fiscal 2012, SCG exported about 1.7 million tonnes of cement to Myanmar. Siam Cement is 30 percent owned by the Thai royal fam­ily’s investment

  • Siam Cement eyes Myanmar investment

    Jan 18, 2012  Thailand’s Siam Cement Group (SCG) said it is studying the possibility of investing in a cement plant in Myanmar, company President and CEO, Kan Trakulhon said. Mr Trakulhoon was quoted by the Bangkok Post as saying that SCG has been studying options in the neighbouring country for almost two year years now.

  • SCG to Pour in $400m in Mawlamyine Cement Plant Myanmar ...

    Jul 24, 2014  132. Thailand’s largest cement plant, Siam Cement Group (SCG), is investing $400 million to build its first “clean and green” cement plant in Myanmar’s Mawlamyine, 300 kilometres southeast of Yangon. The cement plant is expected to be operational in the mid-2016 with a production capacity of 1.8 million tonnes per year, the firm said.

  • 14th Asia CemenTrade-Yangon- Event Conference Summit

    Siam Cement Group (SCG), the giant construction-materials manufacturer, will soon set up a 10-billion baht ($314 million) cement production plant in Myanmar to support fast infrastructure development and market liberalisation ahead of the Asean Economic Community. 24/7/12, Asia News Network Myanmar currently has a very high demand for cement, and SCG isconsidering investing in a cement ...

  • GCW178 - Cement industry news from Global Cement

    Nov 20, 2014  In addition the Myanmar Investment Commission had approved the construction of nine new cement plants with an aim of a target cement production capacity of 10.53Mt/yr. Following this, Siam Cement Group's on-going investment in a 1.8Mt/yr plant is due for completion in 2016.

  • Cement News tagged : Myanmar - Page 1 of 10

    Aug 21, 2019  09 July 2019, Published under Cement News The Myanmar-Korea Cement Group will not be granted permission to extend its permit to build a cement plant in Kyaikmaraw Township, Mon state, having only constructed 10 per cent of the plant, three years after the initial permit was awarded by the Myanmar Investment Commission (MIC).

  • SCG plans B11bn push into Asean

    Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand's top industrial conglomerate, is set to invest more than 11 billion baht to expand its business in Asean, including constructing a greenfield cement plant in ...

  • MYANMAR What The World Is Reading by Nation News - Issuu

    Mar 26, 2014  SCG ASEAN conglomerate SCG (formerly Siam Cement Group) announced in August 2013 an investment of Bt12.4 billion in its first integrated greenfield cement plant in Myanmar

  • CemNet Items tagged under Myanmar

    Siam Cement Group (SCG) expects its growth target for 2018 in Myanmar to be affected by inflation and flooding. This is despite seeing cement sales in Mon s... Siam Cement expect stronger growth in Myanmar in 2019

  • SCG slashes budget by B15bn, delays projects

    Jul 27, 2019  Siam Cement Group (SCG), Thailand's biggest cement maker and industrial conglomerate, cut its 2019 budget allocation from 85 billion baht to 70 billion because it is postponing some greenfield ...

  • Thai cement giant starts work on Mon State plant The ...

    Nov 24, 2014  Thai cement giant starts work on Mon State plant. Thailand's largest cement producer has begun work on its first factory in Myanmar, aiming to open doors on the facility as soon as the second quarter 2016. Siam Cement Group has been exporting to Myanmar for over two decades, but the August 2013 announcement to build a plant in Mawlamyine, Mon ...

  • Siam Cement to set up plant in the Philippines Investvine

    Oct 21, 2013  Thailand’s Siam Cement Group (SCG) is mulling to set up a pulpwood plantation and fiber cement board factory in the Philippines amid the country’s booming construction industry, the company said at a press meeting in Manila on October 18, according to a report by InterAksyon.. SCG officials were in Manila as part of the conglomerate’s region-wide celebration of its 100th year of

  • Mystery Thai firm in Laos cement venture

    Nov 13, 2013  VIENTIANE - A leading Thai cement maker will co-invest with Lao-Phatthana Cement Industry Co, a unit of Souksomboon Group, in a US$330-million cement plant