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SCG Cement outlines additional Cambodian spend

25 August 2015, Published under Cement News

SCG Cement has outlined an additional investment of US$200-300m into Cambodia over the next five years, according to Aree Chavalitcheewingul, vice president for regional business of SCG Cement-Building Materials. According to Thai media, the five-year investment plan includes adding a third line to its Kampotcement plant, southern Cambodia, where SCG commenced the second production line in mid-2015. SCG also plans to double its network of ready-mix concrete plants in the country. "We hav...

SCG hosts groundbreaking ceremony for Laos cement plant project

08 April 2015, Published under Cement News

SCG has hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of Khammouane cement plant, its first cement plant in Laos. Present at the ceremony were Pichit Maipoom, President and Vice President - Operations, SCG Cement - Building Materials, Nithi Pattarachoke, Vice President - Domestic Market, SCG Cement - Building Materials, Chanson Senbouttalat, Deputy Minister, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment, Dr Sinnava Souphanouvong, Deputy Minister of Energy and Mines, Odai Sudaporn, V...

Loesche awarded SCG Cement order, Thailand

13 March 2015, Published under Cement News

Loesche has been awarded a contract by SCG Cement to deliver an LM 56.3+3 C vertical roller mill for clinker grinding at the cement producer's plant in Ta Luang, Thailand. The new mill will be designed for the production of 200tph of Portland cement type I at 3600 Blaine as well as 150tph Portland cement type III at 4500Blaine. The scope of the Loesche’s delivery also includes premium parts such as the mill motor, the mill fan as well as an LSVS-classifier. Commissioning of the LM 56.3+3...

SCG Indonesia on course to launch operations in 3Q15

05 March 2015, Published under Cement News

SCG Indonesia, part of SCG Cement is set to launch operations of its first cement plant in Indonesia during the third quarter of the year. The US$356m cement plant, situated in Sukabumi, West Java, is slated to produce as much as 1.8Mta, SCG Indonesia country director Nantapong Chantrakul told reporters in Jakarta on Tuesday. The plant’s products, all of which will be sold locally, will enable SCG Indonesia’s cement operations to sustain itself without imported products from Thailand. “Mo...