Indonesia cement news
thyssenkrupp Polysius to open new office in Jakarta.
On 15 November, PT thyssenkrupp Polysius announced the inauguration of its new offices in Tempo Scan Tower, Jakarta.
GlobalData: Indonesian construction industry to expand in 2022
The construction industry in Indonesia is expected to record a growth of 7.2% in real terms in 2022, surpassing the pre-pandemic output levels, according to GlobalData.
Semen Indonesia Group celebrates 8th anniversary
To celebrate its 8th anniversary, Semen Indonesia Group held a virtual celebration on 07 January which was attended by all employees at the company's operational locations.
Cemindo Gemilang joins World Cement Association
The World Cement Association has announced that Cemindo Gemilang will join them as a Corporate Member.
Gebr. Pfeiffer gypsum calcining mill to be installed at Indonesian plant
PT Siam-Indo Gypsum Industry has ordered an MPS 180 GC for its plant in Bekasi, Indonesia.
Semen Indonesia joins the World Cement Association
The World Cement Association has welcomed Semen Indonesia to its international network of members.
Gebr. Pfeiffer secures contract to supply MVR mills to Indonesia
The package ordered incorporates two MVR 5000 C-4 mills for cement grinding and one MVR 5000 R-4 for raw material grinding.
GCP to present two new cement additives in Asia
GCP Applied Technologies are set to showcase two new cement additives at the 25th ASEAN Federation of Cement Manufacturers Technical Symposium & Exhibition in Asia.
HeidelbergCement’s Asia-Pacific business stabilises in 2017
HeidelbergCement’s Asia-Pacific business showed signs of stabilisation in 2017 with demand strengthening through the year.
China drags on global cement consumption growth
China will drag down average cement consumption growth over the next five years, as the country continues to battle overcapacity, counterbalancing a rosier outlook elsewhere.