Semen Baturaja to Establish Rp 350b Mill in S. Sumatra

17 January, 2012 | Source: The Jakarta Post

PT Semen Baturaja plans to establish a Rp 350 billion (US$38.2 million) cement mill in Baturaja, Ogan Komering Ulu regency, South Sumatra, to increase its production capacity.

According to the company’s secretary Zulfikri Subil, the company will use its own budget to finance the project.

“The new cement mill will have a production capacity of 300,000 tons a year. We hope it can start production next year,” said Zulfikri on Tuesday as quoted by tempo.co.

The state-owned company, which was established on Nov.14, 1974, already operates plants in Baturaja and Palembang, both in South Sumatra, and in the Panjang area in Lampung.

 

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