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Chip Mong Insee Cement achieves 26% market share in Cambodia in first year

28 February 2019, Published under Cement News

After just one year of operations, Chip Mong Insee Cement Corporation (CMIC) has achieved a 26 per cent of market share in Cambodia, company representatives said. Speaking at the company's one-year anniversary celebration, Aidan Lynam, CEO of CMIC, said the secret to its success is the focus on quality. "It is estimated that 8Mt of cement are consumed every year [in Cambodia]. After a full year of operations, we are supplying 1.6Mt, roughly 26 per cent of the total supply. Our strategy is ...

Chip Mong Insee Cement Corp opens 9.8MW solar power plant

26 February 2019, Published under Cement News

Cleantech Solar has completed building an on-site solar PV system for Chip Mong Insee Cement Corp (CMIC) in Cambodia. The whole system includes a 2.8MW floating solar power plant deployment on CMIC's reservoir and the remaining 7MW installed across multiple rooftops of the facility. Through a long-term partnership agreement, the project is expected to generate 297GWh of clean energy, avoiding 197,000t of CO 2 emissions in the system's lifetime. The system will contribute to CMIC's sustaina...

Cambodia will cap cement plants at five

19 September 2017, Published under Cement News

Cambodia is in the middle of a cement capacity expansion programme, but a state official has announced that the country's government will not offer more than the five cement production licences for the plants that will be operational by the end of the year. The licence cap only applies to production facilities. While companies must obtain production licences from the Ministry of Industry, quarry permits are issued by the Ministry of Mines and Energy, according to Phnom Penh Post. "W...

Cambodia: Gebr Pfeiffer wins three mill orders from Chip Mong Group

14 April 2016, Published under Cement News

The Chip Mong Group has recently awarded Gebr Pfeiffer a contract to supply three vertical roller mills for a new cement production line in Touk Meas, Cambodia. The order comprises an MPS 3350 BK for coal as well as an MVR 5000 R-4 for raw material and an MVR 6000 C-6 for cement grinding. The cement mill will come equipped with a MultiDrive ® consisting of four drive modules. This drive system with an installed power of 7200 kW ensures a redundant operation of the MVR mill and, compared ...

Cambodia: work begins on Kampot cement plant

23 March 2016, Published under Cement News

Work started last weekend on Cambodia’s largest cement plant, which will be built in Kampot province with an investment of US$262m by Chip Mong Insee Cement. Chip Mong Insee is a joint venture with Thailand’s Siam City Cement and was formed in December 2012. The new plant will have a cement capacity of 5000tpd. Leang Khun, the president of Chip Mong Group, said during a ceremony at the site that the new works has been designed to international standards and will also utilise energy-saving ...

Siam City Cement to set up Cambodian JV

24 September 2015, Published under Cement News

Thailand-based Siam City Cement (SCCC) has approved a plan to set up a joint venture with Chip Mong Group to operate a cement plant in Cambodia. Thailand’s second-largest cement producer SCCC will take 40 per cent equity in Chip Mong Cement Corporation Ltd, the joint venture firm, and Chip Mong Group and three other individuals will hold the majority 60 per cent. The JV firm has a registered capital of US$150m, comprising 75,000 ordinary shares at a par value of US$2000 each. It is expe...