Phnom Penh: CHIP MONG INSEE CEMENT CORPORATION (CHIP MONG INSEE), Cambodia’s state-of-the-art cement factory, is poised to further establish and grow itself as the country’s leading cement producer with the launch of the new Camel Strong, a brand promising to “Build it strong, Build with pride.”
CHIP MONG INSEE Chief Executive Officer Mr. Nicolas George stated in an interview that Camel Strong is positioned to meet the increasing demand for quality cement that ensures building strength and durability.
“Camel Strong not only guarantees strength but also promises convenience in mix preparation and application. Compared to other cement brands, Camel Strong have a very dominant workability hence increase the productivity of masons. The strength and durability of Camel Strong is more efficient as it minimizes repairs in the long run,” added Mr. George.
Since the launch of its Touk Meas plant in 2018, CHIP MONG INSEE actively contributes to the construction industry reducing the country’s import dependency . The company continues to offer its customers the highest quality products, aiming to distribute across the region to meet the plant capacity of producing 5,500 tonnes of cement daily.
CHIP MONG INSEE is committed to strive for sustainability, balancing socio-economic gains with environmental impact. The new product is designed to reduce carbon footprint by reducing fuel consumption.
With the plan to cut at least 10% of carbon emissions by 2022, CHIP MONG INSEE has recently won the Award of Excellence from Cemtech Asia 2019 during the Cement Industry Awards 2019, 16 – 19 June 2019, in Thailand. This award recognizes for successfully establishing a state-of-the-art greenfield cement plant using the best available technologies to minimize carbon emissions and ensure sustainable cement production.
The new cement manufacturing plan was inaugurated on 18 February 2019, presided over by Prime Minister Hun Sen. This $262-million manufacturing plant is considered as the largest and most modern cement plant in Asia. It is located on National Road 31, Preytapret Village, Sdechkongkanglek Commune, Banteay Meas District, Kampot Province, Cambodia.