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Semen Padang sees 31% jump in exports to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

08 June 2021, Published under Cement News

Semen Indonesia Group subsidiary PT Semen Padang increased its cement and clinker exports to Bangladesh and Sri Lanka by 30.5 per cent YoY to 208,806t in April 2021, up from 160,000t in April 2020. The company exported 38,471t of OPC to Sri Lanka and 170,389t of clinker to Bangladesh, according to Rahman Kurniawan, group head of sales for Semen Indonesia Group in Padang, Indonesia. “In the January-April 2021 period, PT Semen Padang has exported 825,400t of cement and clinker to Banglades...

Semen Indonesia

25 January 2018, Published under Cement News

Semen Indonesia has recorded a 10.2 per cent YoY increase in sales volumes to 15.34Mt in 2017, compared to 13.92Mt the previous year, according to data from the Indonesian Cement Association. December alone saw volumes jump 13.5 per cent to 1.31Mt, versus 1.16Mt in December 2016. Total domestic sales volumes for the company, including Semen Padang and Semen Tonasa, came in at 27.1Mt in 2017, 5.5 per cent up on the 25.68Mt reported in the previous year. Exports also grew with Semen Padang ...

PT Semen Padang puts Indarung VI output at 2Mt

05 June 2017, Published under Cement News

PT Semen Padang expects the output of its Indarung VI line to reach 2Mt this year as the 3Mta plant produced 0.5Mt of cement at the end of May, four months after its commissioning. Semen Padang saw domestic sales in the first four months of the year reach 1.8Mt, down 4.8 per cent YoY, according to the company’s President Director, Benny Wendry. However, exports more than quadrupled to 294,971t in the period, from 56,553t in 4M16.

Indonesia: Semen Padang starts exports to Australia

23 February 2017, Published under Cement News

Semen Padang, a subsidiary of PT Semen Indonesia, has started exporting cement to Australia as the company looks to broaden its customer base beyond the highly-competitive Indonesian market. In a first shipment the company delivered 22t of cement to Sydney. "The realised export to Australia, known as a difficult market to penetrate because of its strict [import] requirements, proves that the quality of Semen Padang’s products is something that the company can be proud of," Antara news age...

Semen Padang: 2016 Indonesia sales forecast up 6%

21 December 2015, Published under Cement News

Cement demand in Indonesia is expected to rise by 5.5-6 per cent in 2016, according to Semen Padang's marketing director, Pudjo Suseno. Sales on the island of Sumatra, where Semen Padang is headquartered, are forecast to advance 16.6 per cent in 2016. In the first 10 months of 2015, dispatches reached 10.4Mt, up 2.3 per cent YoY. Semen Padang also expects to maintain exports at 4-5 per cent of total output in 2016.

Indonesian consumption contracts in April

12 May 2015, Published under Cement News

Following a disappointing performance over the first three months of this year, there's still no recovery in sight for Indonesian cement consumption as latest figures show demand contracted again in April. After registering a 3.2 per cent drop YoY in 1Q15, last month demand was down by 1.1 per cent to 4.47Mt. However, the pace of decline eased from the 6.2 and 6.4 per cent reductions recorded in February and March 2015, respectively. Year-to-date update For the first four months of 2...

Semen Indonesia

29 April 2015, Published under Cement News

Despite Semen Gresik and Semen Padang both posting a fall in sales volumes in 1Q15, PT Semen Indonesia is pushing ahead with its expansion plans. Semen Gresik saw sales drop by 0.6 per cent to 3.27Mt, compared to 3.29Mt in 1Q14, while Semen Padang registered a 1.8 per cent contraction to 1.58Mt. Semen Tonasa, meanwhile, increased sales by 2.3 per cent coming in at 1.3Mt in 1Q15, compared to 1.27Mt in the same period last year. According to the Indonesia Cement Association, domestic consumpti...

Loesche wins new grinding order from Semen Padang, Indonesia

15 January 2013, Published under Cement News

Indonesian cement producer Semen Padang has selected a Loesche LM 46.2+2 vertical mill for its new grinding plant on the east coast of Sumatra. The new mill will meet the requirements of various grinding materials such as clinker, gypsum, pozzolana, limestone and flyash. The product rates required wil be 150tph of PPC with a fineness of 4000Blaine and 125tph of OPC with a fineness of 3600Blaine. In addition to the mill and mill motor (with a design capacity of 3,150kW), the order includ...

Semen Padang in alternative fuels initiative, Indonesia

28 February 2012, Published under Cement News

Indonesia's Semen Padang is developing the use of waste materials to replace coal, according to Abusyamsari, a member of the company’s innovation team. The state-owned cement producer and a subsidiary of Semen Gresik, has been using rubber waste since 2011. “In addition to helping the government in reducing waste, the use of waste rubber can also save production costs,” he told The Jakarta Post on the sidelines of the 2011 Semen Gresik Group Award on Innovation. “With an assumption that w...