New South Sulawesi cement plant planned, Indonesia

New South Sulawesi cement plant planned, Indonesia
Published: 31 August 2012


A new cement plant is being planed in Barru, South Sulawesi involving an investment of US$400m, according to executive director of the PT Fajar Semen Baru project, James Martin.

According to Indonesian press reports, the venture will involve participation from two cement companies in German and Taiwan and funding is to be sourced from a local consortium of banks.

The cement plant is slated to have a capacity of 3.3Mta and, once operational, will serve eastern Indonesia.