Thailand’s Siam Cement Group Public records a 7 percent growth.
Cambodian recent cement production allows to reduce the amount of imports.
PM presides over the inauguration of a new cement factory in Kampot.
Cement companies are called to slash their greenhouse gas emissions.
CHIP MONG INSEE CEMENT CORPORATION to launch new product CAMEL Strong “Build it strong, Build with pride”
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.”
After just one year of operations, Chip Mong Insee Cement Corporation (CMIC) already accounts for 26 percent of the total cement supply in the country, company representatives said.
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A new cement factory valued at $230 million starts operations in Battambang.
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Chip Mong cement factory in Kampot is presented to the public.
Siam Cement Group reports that Cambodia and Indonesia are the top markets.