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STUDY ON THE MARKET CONDITIONS AND PROSPECTS OF CEMENT INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA - 2015

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Kami adalah sebuah lembaga konsultan, survey, riset dan pelaporan di bidang riset data secara global, menyajikan berbagai informasi bisnis aktual yang meliputi sektor industri manufaktur, pertambangan, perbankan, asuransi, studi kelayakan, dan jasa riset lainnya.

Kami hadir sebagai mitra konsultan anda, untuk memberikan informasi aktual yang anda perlukan guna menentukan arah kebijakan dalam mengembangkan usaha anda.  Salah satu produk buku studi yang kami tawarkan kepada anda adalah: “Buku Studi tentang Kondisi Pasar dan Prospek Industri Semen di Indonesia - 2015”.

Kami tawarkan buku tersebut kepada anda seharga Rp.5.500.000 (Lima juta lima ratus ribu rupiah) dalam versi Bahasa Indonesia dan Bahasa Inggris, guna membantu para pelaku bisnis pada industri semen, membantu para investor, pihak perbankan atau kreditor, dan pihak lainnya yang terkait, dengan cara melihat perkembangan industri semen saat ini, melihat peta kekuatan diantara para pesaing/partner anda, baik pesaing dari luar negeri maupun dalam negeri, mempelajari perkembangan ekspor dan impor, mengetahui hambatan dan peluang, mengetahui pangsa pasar serta informasi lainnya yang perlu anda ketahui. (terlampir contoh Profil Perusahaan).

Seberapa besar kontribusi perusahaan anda dalam meningkatkan kapasitas produksi/suplai guna memenuhi pesanan dari para buyer baik lokal maupun internasional, dan diharapkan dengan memiliki buku ini, usaha anda menjadi lebih produktif, efisien, lebih maju dan bersaing secara sehat.



Kata Pengantar

Semen merupakan salah satu komoditi strategis yang berperan vital dalam mendukung percepatan pembangunan infrastruktur dan pertumbuhan ekonomi. Keberadaan semen tidak hanya memacu secara langsung pembangunan jalan, properti, jembatan, pelabuhan, bandara dan infrastruktur fisik lainnya. Semen secara tidak langsung juga menstimulasi kemajuan industri lain, seperti otomotif, pertambangan, pertanian, makanan, minuman, dan industri manufaktur lainnya.
Oleh karena itu, pemerintah di berbagai negara berkembang termasuk Indonesia berupaya mendorong produsen semen agar dapat meningkatkan kapasitas produksinya untuk menjamin ketersediaan semen di dalam negeri. Upaya pemerintah tersebut dilakukan dengan beragam insentif, diantaranya adalah keringanan pajak. Selain pemberian insentif, faktor lain yang memicu produsen semen ingin meningkatkan kapasitas produksinya ialah konsumsi semen yang terus meningkat seperti yang saat ini sedang terjadi di Indonesia. 




Tabel di atas menggambarkan perkembangan kapasitas terpasang industri semen di Indonesia baik untuk clinker maupun semen, terhitung sejak tahun 2012 telah mengalami beberapa perubahan dengan dilakukannya pembangunan atau perluasan dari pabrik-pabrik existing sebagai upaya dalam meningkatkan kemampuan pasok semen terutama untuk memenuhi kebutuhan pasar semen di dalam negeri yang diperkirakan akan terus mengalami peningkatan hingga tahun 2016 mendatang.
Selain dari pabrik-pabrik existing sekarang ini, industri semen nasional juga akan mendapatkan tambahan kapasitas terpasang dari pabrik-pabrik pendatang/investor baru sebesar ±6 juta ton, dimana pabrik-pabrik tersebut diperkirakan akan selesai dan siap beroperasi pada tahun 2015 atau 2016.
Dengan demikian jumlah total kepasitas produksi semen di Indonesia pada tahun 2016 diperkirakan akan mencapai ±85 juta ton, dan kebutuhan semen di dalam negeri adalah sebesar ±73 juta ton.


Pertumbuhan semen, 2012-2016
Meningkatnya pertumbuhan semen hingga saat ini masih dipengaruhi oleh tingginya pembangunan yang dilakukan oleh sektor swasta dan tingginya kebutuhan perumahan bagi masyarakat. Selain itu dengan semakin gencarnya Pemerintah dalam menjalankan beberapa proyek dalam program MP3EI sedikit banyak telah mempengaruhi permintaan semen di dalam negeri. Namun demikian, tingginya permintaan tersebut masih dapat diimbangi oleh para produsen semen di dalam negeri untuk tetap berkomitmen agar dapat memenuhi kebutuhan pasar di dalam negeri dengan meningkatkan kapasitas serta kemampuan produksinya, sehingga kelancaran pasokan semen tetap terjaga.
Berikut adalah grafik yang menggambarkan perbandingan antara kapasitas dan kebutuhan semen tahun 2012 hingga tahun 2016 (termasuk pendatang/investor baru) :


Dari grafik tersebut di atas dapat disimpulkan, bahwa hingga periode lima tahun ke depan kebutuhan semen diperkirakan akan terus mengalami peningkatan yang diakibatkan oleh tingginya tingkat pembangunan pada sektor properti dan perumahan, baik yang dibangun di kota-kota besar maupun perumahan mewah di daerah-daerah, serta diiringi pula dengan pembangunan infrastruktur yang dicanangkan oleh Pemerintah. Namun demikian, peningkatan tersebut masih dapat dipenuhi oleh kapasitas terpasang yang ada, baik dari pabrikan existing maupun dari produsen/ investor baru di industri semen.
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DAFTAR ISI

BAB I   PENDAHULUAN
1.1.     Latar belakang
1.2.     Tujuan dan ruang lingkup
1.3.     Sumber data dan informasi

BAB II  PERTUMBUHAN EKONOMI DAN PENDUDUK
              INDONESIA
2.1. Pertumbuhan ekonomi
2.1.1. Ekonomi Indonesia Triwulan I-2014 tumbuh 5,21 persen
2.1.1.1.     PDB menurut lapangan usaha
2.1.1.2.     PDB menurut pengeluaran Triwulan I-2014
2.1.1.3.     Profil spasial perekonomian Indonesia menurut kelompok provinsi, Triwulan I-2014
2.1.2. Ekonomi Indonesia Triwulan II-2014 tumbuh 5,12 persen
2.1.2.1.     PDB menurut lapangan usaha, Triwulan II-2014
2.1.2.2.     PDB menurut pengeluaran, Triwulan II-2014
2.1.2.3.     Profil spasial ekonomi Indonesia menurut kelompok provinsi, Triwulan II-2014
2.2. Perkembangan indeks harga konsumen/inflasi (Agustus 2014 inflasi 0,47 persen)
2.2.1. Uraian menurut kelompok pengeluaran
2.2.2. Perbandingan inflasi tahunan
2.2.3. Perbandingan antar kota
2.2.4. Inflasi komponen inti, Agustus 2014
2.2.5. Inflasi komponen energi, Agustus 2014
2.3. Jumlah dan laju pertumbuhan penduduk

BAB III          T E O R I
3.1. Pengertian semen
3.2. Jenis-jenis semen
3.3. Proses pembuatan semen
3.4. Skema produksi semen
3.5. Penemuan semen terbaru
3.5.1. Ekosemen
3.5.2. Semen pozolan
3.5.3. Geopolimer semen
3.5.4. Rincian proses pembuatan semen
3.5.5. Proses penyiapan bahan baku
3.5.6. Proses pengolahan bahan
3.5.7. Proses pembakaran
3.5.8. Proses cooler pada semen
3.5.9. Proses penggilingan akhir
3.6. Jenis semen menurut SNI
3.7. Perbedaan Semen Type I dan PCC
3.8. Pohon industri semen
3.9. Katalog mesin pendukung untuk memproduksi semen
3.9.1. Crusher
3.9.2. Stacker dan Reclaimer
3.9.3. Raw Mill
3.9.4. Kiln          
3.9.5. Cooler
3.9.6. Cement mill
3.9.7. Packer
3.9.8. Coal mill

BAB IV          PETA PANDUAN INDUSTRI SEMEN
4.1.    Pengelompokan industri semen
4.2.    Kecenderungan global industri semen
4.2.1.   Kecenderungan yang telah terjadi
4.2.2.   Kecenderungan yang akan terjadi
4.2.3.   Analisis terhadap kecenderungan yang telah dan akan terjadi dalam perkembangan Industri Semen
4.3. Permasalahan yang dihadapi industri semen
4.4. Faktor daya saing
4.4.1.   Permintaan dan penawaran
4.4.1.1.  Permintaan dunia, regional dan domestic
4.4.1.2.  Analisis GAP
4.4.1.3.  Perilaku pasar
4.4.2.   Faktor kondisi (Input)
4.4.2.1.  Sumber daya alam
4.4.2.2.  Sumber daya modal
4.4.2.3.  Sumber daya manusia
4.4.2.4.  Infrastruktur
4.5. Industri inti, pendukung dan terkait
4.5.1.   Industri Inti
4.5.2.   Industri pendukung
4.6. Strategi pengusaha dan perusahaan

BAB V  INDUSTRI SEMEN DIDUKUNG SEKTOR PENGGUNANYA
5.1. Statistik industri semen
5.1.1.   Konsumsi semen per sektor
5.1.2.   Penjualan semen menurut provinsi
5.1.3.   Pemain utama pasar semen nasional
5.1.4.   Konsumsi semen menurut produsen
5.1.5.   Proyeksi pertumbuhan konsumsi semen per kapita
5.1.6.   Pertumbuhan infrastruktur secara berkelanjutan            mendorong meningkatnya konsumsi semen
5.1.7.   Korelasi kuat antara penjualan property dengan pertumbuhan kebutuhan semen
5.2. Perumahan
5.2.1.   Isu dan tantangan perumahan
5.2.1.1.  Demand - Supply
5.2.1.2.  Target dan capaian program-program Perumahan (RPJMN 2010-2014)
5.2.1.3.  Rencana penanganan perumahan dan permukiman 2015-2019
5.2.2.   Brand industri KPR
5.3. Properti
5.3.1.   Industri properti tumbuh 10% di 2014
5.3.2.   Statistik properti
5.3.3.   Kondisi properti global
5.3.4.   Bubble property issue
5.3.5.   Prospek properti Indonesia
5.4. Kawasan industri
5.4.1.     Sebaran kawasan industri menurut wilayah dan kepemilikan
5.4.2.     Konsentrasi industri didorong keluar jawa
5.4.3.     Persebaran kawasan industri menurut provinsi
5.4.4.     Luas lahan kawasan industri beberapa pulau besar di Indonesia, 2013
5.4.5.     Kawasan industri di Bekasi dan Karawang didominasi sektor otomotif
5.4.6.     Peran kawasan industri
5.4.7.     Prospek investasi kawasan industri
5.4.8.     Perkembangan penjualan lahan kawasan industri
5.4.9.     Permintaan lahan yang cenderung meningkat,
              pasokan konstan
5.4.10.   Kebutuhan kawasan industri baru
5.4.11.   Harga jual lahan kawasan industri cenderung meningkat
5.4.12.   Upaya peningkatan daya saing kawasan industri
5.4.13.   Peran pemerintah dan swasta dalam pengembangan kawasan industri di beberapa negara asia
5.4.14.   Tantangan kawasan industri
5.4.15.   Arah pengembangan kawasan industri
5.4.15.1.   Kawasan industri di pulau jawa
5.4.15.2.   Kawasan industri diluar pulau jawa
5.4.15.3.   Ciri-ciri kawasan industri generasi ketiga
5.4.15.4.   Karakter kawasan industri modern generasi III
5.4.15.5.   Pengembangan kawasan industri di koridor ekonomi Jawa
5.4.15.6.   Pengembangan kawasan industri di koridor ekonomi Sumatera
5.4.15.7.   Pengembangan kawasan industri di koridor ekonomi Kalimantan
5.4.15.8.   Pengembangan kawasan industri di koridor ekonomi Sulawesi
5.4.15.9.   Pengembangan kawasan industri di koridor ekonomi Papua
5.4.16.    Kebutuhan lahan pengembangan kawasan industri
5.4.17.    Lima belas kawasan industri baru di Indonesia
5.4.18.    Prospek Investasi Kawasan Industri di Tahun 2014
5.4.19.    Prospek Pengembangan Kawasan Industri
5.4.20.    Investasi Kawasan Industri Indonesia
5.4.21.    Tantangan besar pembangunan kawasan industri
5.5. Infrastruktur
5.5.1.     Kontribusi percepatan pembangunan terhadap PDB
5.5.2.     Kontribusi percepatan pembangunan terhadap PDB
5.5.3.     Pertumbuhan industri semen dan galian non-logam itu bersama-sama dengan ekspansi sektor konstruksi
5.5.4.     Pasar domestik: ditandai dengan dominasi beberapa pemain
5.5.5.     Ditopang oleh percepatan produksi klinker
5.5.6.     Konsumsi domestik: Sangat terkonsentrasi di Pulau Jawa
5.5.7.     Semakin banyak konsumsi semen yang didukung oleh proyek-proyek konstruksi
5.5.8.     Prospek jangka pendek: Pelaku pasar berharap proyek-proyek konstruksi berkelanjutan
5.5.9.     Peningkatan kapasitas untuk mengantisipasi konsumsi semen domestik yang lebih kuat

BAB VI   PENGHITUNGAN KEBUTUHAN ENERGI UNTUK INDUSTRI  SEMEN
6.1.    Komposisi penggunaan energi pada industri semen
6.2.    Kebutuhan energi industri semen
6.3.    Batu bara
6.3.1.   Peta lokasi penyebaran sumber daya dan cadangan batubara
6.3.2.   Pasokan batu bara
6.3.3.   Produksi briket
6.3.4.   Harga batu bara
6.3.5.   Tahun 2014, kebutuhan batu bara domestik 95.550.000 ton

BAB VII PERKEMBANGAN INDUSTRI SEMEN DI INDONESIA
7.1.    Produsen semen di Indonesia
7.2.    Outlook industri semen 2014
7.2.1.   Regulasi ketat pada impor semen dan klinker
7.2.2.   Penetrasi semen yang rendah di dalam negeri
7.3.    Aspek energi
7.4.    Pasar global semen nasional
7.4.1.   Peluang semen nasional di pasar global
7.4.2.   Pengembangan industri semen Indonesia
7.4.3.   Proyeksi kebutuhan pabrik semen
7.4.4.   Kapasitas produksi vs konsumsi semen, 2000-2015
7.4.5.   Kapasitas produksi
7.5.    Data statistik konsumsi pengadaan semen menurut provinsi
7.6.    Data statistik realisasi konsumsi pengadaan semen menurut pulau
7.7.    Data statistik produksi semen nasional, 2010-2015

BAB VIII  KONDISI PASAR
8.1.    Pangsa pasar semen dikuasai PT Semen Gresik 39,7%
8.2.    Kondisi persemenan
8.3.    Perkembangan Industri Semen di Indonesia, 2012-2016
8.4.    Beberapa produsen Semen terus tingkatkan kapasitas produksinya
8.5.    Trend penggunaan semen type Portland Composite Cement (PCC)
8.6.    Investor baru ramaikan pasar semen nasional
8.7.    Sebaran produsen semen di Indonesia
8.8.    Desain kapasitas, produksi, suplai, ekspor, impor dan konsumsi
8.9.    PT Semen Indonesia bangun pabrik pengemasan di Mamuju
8.10.  Kontribusi industri Semen bagi pembangunan
8.11.  Pemerintahan baru diharapkan lebih menggairahkan industri semen
8.13.  Margin keuntungan industri semen turun
8.14.  PT Semen Indonesia dan prospek pasarnya
8.15.  Prospek industri semen tahun 2014 dan selanjutnya
8.16.  Kinerja saham Indocement (INTP) vs Semen Indonesia (SMGR)
8.17.  Dwo Soetjipto: 2017, kapasitas produksi PT Semen Indonesia lebih dari 40 juta ton
8.18.  Perkembangan Industri Semen di Indonesia Tahun 2012-2016
8.20   PLN siap pasok listrik industri Smelter dan Semen
8.21.  Investasi tidak berhenti
8.22.  PT Semen Baturaja (Persero) Tbk terpilih sebagai BUMN terbaik sektor Industri Semen 2013 lalu
8.23.  Investor semen perlu pendekatan dengan masyarakat
8.24.  Pemerintahan baru diharapkan dapat bersinergi dengan Perusahaan Industri Semen BUMN
8.25.  Kebutuhan dan pangsa pasar semen nasional serta pendirian pabrik baru 2014
8.26.  Presiden Republik Indonesia memprediksi industri semen nasional semakin cerah
8.27.  Semen Tonasa investasikan Rp 68 miliar di Mamuju, Sulawesi Barat
8.28.  Holcim memulai penggilingan klinker pada Semester I-2014
8.29.  PT Semen Baturaja persiapkan pembangunan pabrik baru
8.30.  Pendapatan Industri Semen diprediksi naik 6,7% pada tahun 2014
8.31.  Importir semen bermasalah harus ditindak tegas
8.32.  Holcim pertahankan market share
8.33.  Industri semen nasional tersaingi produk impor        
8.34.  Indonesia berpeluang menguasai pasar ASEAN       
8.35.  Pemain lokal ekspansi keluar, China masuk ke tanah Papua
8.36.  Industri semen bisa tumbuh di tengah kota tanpa pencemaran lingkungan
8.37.  Investasi di sektor semen diperkirakan bisa mencapai Rp 65,03 Triliun hingga 2017
8.38.  Enam perusahaan semen existing investasi US$ 4,13 miliar
8.39.  Investasi Bosowa di sektor semen mencapai Rp6,5 triliun
8.40.  Tingkatkan kapasitas produksi melalui investasi
8.41.  US$4,4 miliar diinvestasikan oleh para investor yang tertarik membangun pabrik semen di Indonesia
8.42.  Kontribusi industri semen bagi pembangunan
8.43.  Prospek industri semen di Indonesia tahun 2014 dan selanjutnya
8.44.  Penjualan semen di Indonesia, 2008-2014
8.45.  Mempersiapkan puncak penjualan semen di Indonesia
          pada tahun 2017
8.46.  Kinerja saham PT Indocement vs PT Semen Indonesia (SMGR)
8.47.  Prospek investasi saham di sektor industri semen 2014
8.48.  Prospek industri semen tetap terbuka
8.49.  Siam cement group investasikan Rp3,4 miliar di Jawa Barat
8.50.  Permintaan semen Agustus 2014 lalu meningkat 37,4 persen
8.51.  PT Semen Indonesia resmikan packing plant dengan investasi Rp120 miliar
8.52.  PT Semen Indonesia investasi pembangkit listrik Rp638 miliar
8.53.  Gencarnya investasi pabrik semen di Indonesia
8.54.  PT Semen Tonasa terus berkembang
8.55.  PT Semen Indonesia raih penghargaan Green Industry
8.56.  PT Semen Indonesia bakal merambah pasar 7 negara
8.57.  PT Semen Indonesia dan Group Bosowa investasi di Sorong
8.58.  Tiga bank biayai pengembangan Pabrik Thang Long Cement

BAB IX   KINERJA PRODUSEN SEMEN
9.1.    PT Semen Baturaja (Perseo), Tbk.
9.1.1.   Kinerja saham
9.1.2.   Profil
9.1.3.   Profil usaha PT. Semen Baturaja, Tbk
9.1.4.   Meningkatkan kapasitas hampir dua kali lipat
9.1.5.   Fokus pada pasar Sumatera
9.1.6.   Lokasi pabrik PT. Semen Batu Raja, Tbk
9.1.7.   Pendapatan bertumbuh, tetapi marjin lebih rendah
9.1.8.   Kapasitas kas yang kuat
9.1.9.   Analisis SWOT PT. Semen Baturaja, Tbk
9.1.10. Ringkasan kinerja PT. Semen Batu Raja, Tbk. dan perusahaan sejenis per September 2013
9.2.    PT Semen Indonesia, Tbk.
9.2.1.     Kinerja PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk terus meningkat menunjukkan keberhasilan transformasi
9.2.2.     Selama transformasi 2005-2013, laba bersih naik hampir 1.000 persen
9.2.3.     Kapasitas produksi meningkat dari 16 juta ton menjadi 31,8 juta ton
9.2.4.     Sinergi dan efisiensi terus ditingkatkan
9.2.5.   Menjadi solusi bagi penanganan limbah industri dan limbah B3
9.2.6.   Menjadi multinational company, mendulang devisa untuk Negara
9.2.7.   Perkuat pasar domestik dan perluas pasar mancanegara
9.2.8.   PT Semen Indonesia tidak lagi sekedar produsen semen
9.3.   PT Holcim Indonesia, Tbk.
9.3.1.   Kinerja PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk Tahun 2013
9.3.2.   Kondisi pasar
9.3.3.   Kinerja keuangan
9.3.4.   Kinerja lingkungan dan sosial
9.3.5.   Pandangan kedepan
9.3.6.   Profil PT Holcim Indonesia, Tbk.
9.4.   PT Semen Padang
9.5.   PT Semen Tonasa

BAB X  EKSPOR – IMPOR
10.1.  Perkembangan ekspor semen (HS Code 2523000000-2523900000), 2010-2014
10.2.  Perkembangan impor semen (HS Code 2523000000 - 2523900000), 2010-2014
10.3.  Perkembangan ekspor semen menurut bulan, 2010-2014
10.4.  Perkembangan impor semen menurut bulan, 2010-2014

BAB XI     ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY 2015
11.1.  Indonesia menuju Komunitas Ekonomi ASEAN 2015
11.1.1. Sekilas MEA
11.1.2. Menjelang MEA 2015
11.1.3. Sembilan industri andalan Indonesia hadapi Komunitas Ekonomi ASEAN
11.2.  Peluang dan tantangan Semen Indonesia dalam ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 2015
11.2.1. Penguatan daya saing industri semen Indonesia
11.2.2. Kesempatan Indonesia
11.2.3. Potensi dan kekuatan PT Semen Indonesia

BAB XII         STANDAR NASIONAL INDONESIA (SNI)
12.1.  Semen portland komposit (SNI 15-2049-2004)
12.2.  Semen portland pozolan (SNI 15-0302-2004)

BAB XIII  ANALISA SWOT DAN SASARAN       
13.1.  Kekuatan (Streng)
13.2.  Kelemahan (Weakness)
13.3. Peluang (Opportunities)
13.4.  Ancaman/Tantangan (Threat)
13.5.  Sasaran

BAB XIV       STRATEGI DAN KEBIJAKAN
14.1. Arah pengembangan industri semen
14.2.  Strategi kebijakan
14.3.  Indikator pencapaian
14.4. Tahapan implementasi

BAB XV    PELUANG PENDIRIAN INDUSTRI SEMEN SKALA KECIL      
15.1.  Pabrik semen skala kecil
15.2.  Bahan baku semen

BAB XVI  INDONESIA TIMUR KAYA BAHAN BAKU SEMEN
16.1.  Bahan baku semen
16.2.  Komposisi bahan baku semen
16.3.  Potensi bahan baku semen di Indonesia Timur

BAB XVII   POLITIK
17.2.  Pengaruh politik terhadap ekonomi dan bisnis di Indonesia
17.3.  Pengaruh politik terhadap ekonomi dan bisnis di Indonesia pada era reformasi
17.4.  Peluang mengatasai dampak negatif pengaruh politik terhadap bisnis

BAB XVIII PROSPEK
18.1.  Prospek
18.1.1.   Konsumsi semen di atas produksi semen nasional, peluang bagi para investor
18.2.  Dibalik prospeknya, tentu ada kendala
18.2.1.   Kendala bahan baku
18.2.2.   Kendala teknologi
18.2.3.   Kendala distribusi dan logistik
18.2.4.   Kendala penggunaan waste
18.2.5.   Kendala harga batu bara domestik
18.2.6.   Kendala tenaga listrik

BAB XIX  KESIMPULAN

CONTOH : PROFIL PRODUSEN SEMEN



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2006 as PT HOLCIM INDONESIA Tbk.

Listed : 10 August 1977
Listed Company Code : SMCB
Listed Shares : 7,662,900,000
Dividend : Yes

Legal Status : PT Tbk. (Limited Liability & Public Listed Company)

Category : Foreign Investment Scheme  (PMA)

Permit (s) : The Capital Investment Coordinating Board
– No. 298/II/PMDN/1990 Dated 30 June 1990
– No. 78/II/PMDN/1995 Dated 9 March 1995

Line of Bussiness : – Portland Cement Manufacturing
– Investment Holding

Production Capacity :
Narogong Factory :
Portland Cements – 5,600,000 tons p.a.
Cement Bags – 37,500,000 sheets p.a.

Cilacap Factory :
Portland Cements – 4,100,000 tons p.a.
Cement Bags – 18,750,000 sheets p.a.
Expansion Unit/Planned
Portland Cements – 3,000,000 tons p.a.


Market : Domestic & Export
Capitalization : Authorized Capital Rp. 15,325,800,000,000
Issued Capital Rp. 3,831,450,000,000
Paid Up Capital Rp. 3,831,450,000,000

Shareholder (s) : - HOLDERFIN BV of The Netherland – 77.33%
- The Publics – 22.67%

Total Investment :
Narogong factory :
Equity Capital – Rp. 1,456 billion
Loan Capital – Rp. 1,322 billion
Total Investment – Rp. 2,778 billion

Cilacap factory :
Equity Capital – Rp. 416.0 billion
Loan Capital – Rp. 631.9 billion
Total Investment – Rp. 1,047.9 billion
Expansion Unit/Planned
Total Investment – Rp. 2,700 billion

Banker (s) : PT Bank PANIN Tbk.
The Bank of TOKYO-MITSUBISHI UFJ Ltd.
The CITIBANK N.A.

Started Operation : 1975

Total Employees : 3,300 workers

Supervisory Board : Chairman – Mr. Paul Heinz Hugentobler
Vice Chairman – Mr. Thomas Ashley Clough
Member (s) – Mrs. Madan Lal Narula
Mrs. Renee Zecha
Mr. Arief Tarunakarya Surowidjojo
Mr. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto
Mr. Kemal Azis Stamboel


Associated Companies : Member of The TIRTAMAS UTAMA Group
HOLCHIM PARTICIPATIONS LTD. of Mauritius

Subsidiaries :   -     Holcim Beton
-          Readymix Concrete Indonesia
-          Pendawa Lestari Perkasa
-          Bintang Polindo Perkasa
-          Holcim (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd

R E M A R K S  :
Holcim is a pioneer and an innovator in Indonesia's fast-developing cement sector, as the market for homes, commercial buildings and infrastructure expands. We are the only provider of a fully integrated range of 10 cement types, concrete and aggregates. We are building a unique franchise, Solusi Rumah, to deliver complete, affordable housing solutions and upgrades, drawing on the skills of over 49,000 Holcim-trained masons, 437 franchisees as of 2013 and a growing telesales presence.

Our products are sold in more than 8,000 retail stores across Indonesia. Holcim Beton was first to market with SpeedCrete®, a fast-setting concrete that slashes time on repair work to roads and developments, while our MiniMix phone service allows same-day ready-mixed concrete delivery; we were also first with mobile concrete batching plants.
Our construction industry seminars on best practices in large-scale concrete pouring for multi-storey building foundations are literally ground breaking. We are pioneers in creating a professional centre of excellence in vocational and managerial skills, the Holcim Academy, drawing students from across Southeast Asia.

The company operates three cement plants in Narogong-West Java, Cilacap-Central Java, Tuban 1-East Java and a grinding facility in Ciwandan-Banten with total capacity of 11 million tons of cement. We operate multiple concrete batching plants, two stone quarries and an extensive logistics network of warehouses and silos.

Our Geocycle team provides a total solutions waste disposal model for industry, municipalities and agriculture, providing our customers with peace of mind that comes with the safe collection, storage and disposal of both hazardous and non-hazardous waste. As our reputation has grown, we have become solutions providers to a wide range of industrial and municipal users who number among the largest companies in Indonesia. Working under the principles of reduce, reuse and recycle, our team of consultants also helps companies minimize their waste footprint. Geocycle pioneered safe disposal of CFC ozone depleting gases - the first facility in Southeast Asia. We earn carbon credits under the UNFCCC Clean Development Mechanism for co-processing biomass, thus eradicating CO2 emissions from decomposition of discarded agricultural waste.

In 2013, our Cilacap Cement Plant was one of only a few businesses in Indonesia to receive a Gold PROPER rating from the Ministry of Environment, the highest award in Indonesia for environmental and waste management and the fourth time the plant has achieved this result. Our Narogong Plant holds a Green PROPER Rating for third time in a row.

The same year, we have attained first place in the Green Industry Awards for the fourth year. We are also the only business to receive an Ozone Award recognising our ongoing work to safely dispose of ozone depleting substances.

For community relations, Holcim programmes were recognised by corporate social responsibility awards from Minister for Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprise and local government.

Stock Quote Holcim Indonesia
PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk is the third largest cement producer in Indonesia. The company is a cement-based building materials and services provider with operations in two countries, Indonesia and Malaysia. It provides a fully integrated range of ten cement types, concrete and aggregates from its two major production sites on the island of Java. The company currently holds a market share of around 15 to 16 percent in Indonesia in terms of cement production. Holcim and its subsidiaries have a combined cement production capacity of approximately 9.1 million tons in Indonesia and a further 1.2 million tons in Malaysia.

The company, which was founded as PT Semen Cibinong in 1971, is part of the Swiss-based Holcim Group, one of the largest global cement manufacturers.


Business Summary

Holcim Indonesia operates two cement plants; one in Narogong (West Java) and the other in Cilacap (Central Java), and it owns a cement grinding station in Ciwandan (Banten). In a period of four years, Holcim intends to expand its production capacity to 12.5 million tons of cement per year. Increased output will originate from two new cement plants: the Tuban 1 plant, which will commence production in the third quarter of 2013, and the Tuban 2 plant, which is expected to start operations in 2015. Production capacity of both Tuban 1 and Tuban 2 is estimated at 1.7 million tons per year each. As such, the two Tuban plants, which are located in East Java, will add 3.4 million tons (annually) to the company’s current output of 9.1 million tons per year.

Holcim and its Indonesian-based subsidiaries primarily serve the island of Java, home to about 60 percent of Indonesia's total population. Java is characterized by rapid urban housing and commercial development as well as pressing needs in its infrastructure, including new power stations, ports, highways, and watercourses. Its customers include wholesalers, retailers and concrete products manufacturers (CPMs).


Holcim Indonesia's Operational Highlights:


   2008
   2009
   2010
   2011
   2012
   2013
Domestic Cement Sales
in million tons
    6.0
    6.0
    6.2
    8.2
    9.4
    9.3
Cement Exports
in million tons
    1.6
    1.9
    1.6
    0.5
    0.1
    0.2
Source: Holcim Indonesia, Annual Report 2013


Holcim Indonesia's Financial Highlights:


2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Net Sales
  5,341.1
  5,943.9
  5,960.6
  7,524.0
  9,011.1
  9,686.3
Gross Profit
  1,950.0
  2,249.7
  2,249.4
  2,862.9
  3,346.8
  3,355.3
Income from Operations
    498.4
  1,717.3
  1,362.6
  1,689.0
  2,038.5
  1,848.7
Net Profit
    282.0
    895.6
    830.4
  1,063.6
  1,350.8
  1,006.4
EBITDA
    925.7
  2,183.6
  1,909.2
  2,317.3
  2,614.6
  2,453.0
Total Assets
  8,209.0
  7,265.4
10,437.2
10,950.5
12,168.5
14,895.0
Total Liabilities
  5,403.1
  3,949.2
  3,611.2
  3,423.2
  3,750.5
  6,122.0
Earnings per Share¹
      37
     117
     108
     139
     176
     124
Dividend per Share¹
     n.a.
     n.a.
      23
      55
      80

in billion IDR rupiah, unless stated otherwise
¹ in IDR rupiah
Source: Holcim Indonesia, Annual Report 2013


Future Prospects of the Indonesian Cement Sector

Indonesia's cement sector has shown a steep increase in domestic cement production and consumption. This trend is estimated to continue for a number of reasons:

Indonesia's current low per capita cement consumption (229 kg per capita in 2013).

The government's intention to ramp up much-needed infrastructure development.

An expanding middle class that gives rise to to new housing and real estate development.

Solid national economic conditions with annual GDP growth of plus 5 percent.


What are issues that negatively affect the Indonesian cement sector:
Infrastructure development is not reaching its full potential due to red tape, a weak legal system, and a lack of public and private funds.
International financial turmoil (USA and Europe) can influence Indonesia's economic growth, thus affecting domestic cement demand.
Recent central bank monetary tightening led to a cooling property market.

The companies that dominate Indonesia's cement sector are Semen Indonesia, Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa and Holcim Indonesia.


Future Forecast Holcim Indonesia's Financial Highlights:


      2012
      2013
     2014F
     2015F
Net Sales
    9,011.1
    9,686.3
   10,667.0
   11,611.0
Net Profit
    1,350.8
    1,006.4
    1,527.0
    2,079.0
EBITDA
    2,614.6
    2,453.0
    2,939.0
    3,628.0
Earnings per Share¹
       176
       124
       200
       271
P/E Ratio (x)
     14.58
    
     13.12
      9.68
in billion IDR rupiah, unless stated otherwise
¹ in IDR rupiah
Source: Investor Daily

Awards

Holcim Indonesia has been awarded a number of prizes in recent years.
In 2013, our Cilacap Cement Plant was one of only five entities in Indonesia to receive a government Gold PROPER award from the Ministry of Environment, the highest award in Indonesia for environmental and waste management. Our Narogong Plant holds a Green PROPER Rating.

For the fourth year running, we were awarded a first place in the Green Industry Awards from Ministry of Industry, and received Certificate of Recognition from Minister for Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprise.

We were recognised for National Energy Efficiency Award from Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources.

Products

Holcim Serba Guna

The rapid developments help humans in making life easier, but it turns also to considerable impacts for the planet’s sustainability. Decreasing natural resources, global warming caused by the greenhouse effect and pollution are conducing health problems for the livings. People start thinking ways to solve the problems; from movements to the creation of brands and products with less negative effects for the environment.
Turning into an eco-friendly brand is Holcim’s commitment based on the “care” value of putting concerns about environment and human health. Our consistency to support eco-living has convinced the Singapore Environment Council (SEC), an non-profit and independent organisation, to grant us the Green Label for Holcim Serba Guna cement. Several reasons which are taken into consideration are:
1.      Holcim Serba Guna Cement has fulfilled the requirements of both national and international standards in relevance to environment and specification within its production process. Holcim also manages a proper environmental management system and quality certification.
2.      Holcim Serba Guna cement produces less impacts by using alternative fuel resources and energy in its production process.
3.      Holcim Serba Guna offers good quality according to the national (SNI) and international (ASTM) standards. Using the right components, Holcim Serba Guna cement is safe for environment and its users as stated by the USEPA through TCLP test.
For consumers, the green label guarantees a high quality product and is also proven safe for the environment. By picking up Holcim Serba Guna cement, they also take participation in creating a healthy environment. As for Holcim, this is our concrete contribution in solving environmental issue and part of the sustainable development.
One simple and continuous step to give a brighter future for our earth. Let’s take good care of the environment for our future generations.

Holcim Smooth Fibre

Holcim Smooth Fibre does exactly what its name tells you: creating the smooth, strong fibre-reinforced sheets available. All of this is possible thanks to a quality that is controlled under tight standards. With Holcim Smooth Fibre, optimum performance that complies to SNI 15-2049 type I (low blaine) is a given.
Application
·         Pre-cast product
·         Fibre roof & sheet

 

Holcim Ready Flow

In need of high workability in your ready mix application or pre-cast concrete product? Holcim Ready Flow is the answer. Designed with an advantage on high volumetric civil engineering unit, it also comes with a quality that is controlled under tight standards to achieve optimum performance that complies to SNI 15-7064-2004 type GU.
Application
·         General reinforced concrete construction
·         Lightweight concrete application
·         Concrete drainage channels and pre-cast piping
·         Concrete road & paving block
·         Concrete block & wall panel
·         Pre-cast product
·         Bridge and dams

Holcim Ready Flow Plus

There is a reason for the 'plus' in Holcim Ready Flow Plus. It offers you great combination between optimum strength development and workability - making it the perfect choice for your ready mix application and pre-cast concrete product. Its quality is controlled under tight standards to achieve optimum performance, one that complies to SNI 15-2049-2004
Application
·         General reinforced concrete construction
·         Load bearing pre-cast concrete element (e.g. bridge girders, piles, concrete box)
·         Towers and chimneys
·         Structures constructed using traveling forms or slip forms
·         Lightweight concrete application
·         Irrigation canals, tanks and reservoirs
·         High early strength concrete application

 

Holcim Durable

Aggressive environments can be a daunting challenge for large pour applications - but not for Holcim Durable. A medium heat of hydration cement, it comes with a tightly controlled quality and a performance that complies to SNI 15-2049-2004 type II. Holcim Durable provides medium resistence to environments such as sulphate.
Application
·         Raft foundation
·         Dam or heavy abutment
·         High performance concrete application
·         Bored pile and concrete ertaining walls
·         Mass concrete pouring
·         Jetties, piers or wharves with highly reinforced structures
·         Underwater concreting
·         Concrete application with marine environmental exposure

 

Holcim Extra Durable

Maximum resistence to environments such as sulphate. Quality controlled to tight standards. Performance that complies to SNI 15-2049-2004 type V. With excellent benefits such as these, Holcim Extra Durable is ready to answer your construction challenges.
Application
·         High durability concrete application
·         Jetties, piers or wharves with highly reinforced structures
·         Underwater concreting
·         Concrete that will be exposed to environmental chlorides from de-icing salts or high sulphate content

 

Holcim Drillwell Plus®

If you seek to bring optimum performance from your drilling and exploration activities, Holcim Drillwell plus, our Class G-HSR Cement, is the answer. It offers high compressive strength, excellent resistance to chemical attack, optimum hydraulic seal between soil straturns and low admixture consumption to optimize your well performance. Its quality is controlled under tight standard to achieve optimum performance, one that complies to standards set by the American Petroleum Institute (API-specification) 10A also complies with the API certification as well as the ISO 9001:2000.
Application
·         Recommended for oil wells where the temperature conditions rise up to 500oF and pressure of 30,000 Psi in extremely deep holes
·         Ideal cement to make grouts used to cement oil & geothermic wells.
 

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We offer the book to you for Rp5,500,000 (Five million five hundred thousand rupias) in the Indonesian version and English, to help businesses in the cement industry, helping investors, banks or creditors, and other parties related, by looking at the development of the cement industry today, see the map of power among competitors / your partner, both competitors from abroad and within the country, studying the development of export and import, knowing the obstacles and opportunities, knowing the market share as well as other information that you need to know. (attached examples Company Profile).

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Preface
Cement is a strategic commodity vital role in supporting the acceleration of infrastructure development and economic growth. The existence of cement not only directly stimulate the construction of roads, property, bridges, ports, airports and other physical infrastructure. Cement also indirectly stimulate progress other industries, such as automotive, mining, agriculture, food, beverage, and other manufacturing industries.
Therefore, governments in many developing countries including Indonesia seeks to encourage producers of cement in order to increase its production capacity to ensure the availability of cement in the country. The government's effort is being made by a variety of incentives, including tax breaks. In addition to incentives, other factors that trigger the cement producers want to increase the production capacity of cement consumption is increasing as is currently happening in Indonesia.

The table above illustrates the development of the installed capacity of the cement industry in Indonesia, both for clinker and cement, since the year 2012 has undergone some changes to do the construction or expansion of existing plants in order to improve the supply of cement, especially to meet the needs of the cement market in the country is expected to continue to increase until the year 2016.
Apart from the existing factories today, the national cement industry will also get an additional installed capacity of factories entrants / new investors by ± 6 million tons, of which the plants were expected to be completed and ready for operation in 2015 or 2016.
Thus the total number kepasitas cement production in Indonesia in 2016 is expected to reach ± 85 million tonnes, and the demand for cement in the country is of ± 73 million tonnes.
Cement growth, 2012-2016
The increasing growth of the cement is still influenced by the high development undertaken by the private sector and the high demand for public housing. In addition to intensifying the Government in carrying out several projects in the program has more or less MP3EI affect cement demand in the country. However, the high demand can still be compensated by the producers of cement in the country to remain committed in order to meet the needs of the domestic market by increasing its production capacity and capabilities, so that the supply of cement is maintained.
Here is a graph illustrating the comparison between capacity and demand of cement in 2012 through 2016 (includes entrants / new investors) :

From the graph above it can be concluded, that up to a period of five years into the future demand for cement is expected to continue to increase as a result of the high level of development on the property and housing sector, both built in major cities as well as luxury housing in these areas, and accompanied by infrastructure development proposed by the Government. However, these increases can still be met by the existing installed capacity, either from the manufacturer or from the manufacturer existing / new investors in the cement industry.

LIST OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER I        INTRODUCTION
1.1.   Background
1.2.   Purpose and scope
1.3.   Sources of data and information

CHAPTER II       ECONOMIC GROWTH AND POPULATION INDONESIA
2.1.   Economic growth
2.1.1.    Indonesian economy first quarter 2014 grew 5.21 percent
2.1.1.1.    GDP by industrial origin
2.1.1.2.    GDP by expenditure First Quarter 2014
2.1.1.3.    The spatial profile of the Indonesian economy by a group of provinces, First Quarter 2014
2.1.2.    Indonesian economy grew Quarter 2014 5.12 percent
2.1.2.1.    GDP by industrial origin, Second Quarter 2014
2.1.2.2.    GDP by expenditure, Second Quarter 2014
2.1.2.3.    The spatial profile of the Indonesian economy by a group of provinces, Second Quarter 2014
2.2.   The development of the consumer price index / inflation (inflation to 0.47 percent in August 2014)
2.2.1.    Description according to expenditure group
2.2.2.    Comparison of annual inflation
2.2.3.    Comparison between cities
2.2.4.    Core inflation, August 2014
2.2.5.    Inflation energy component, August 2014
2.3.   The number and rate of population growth



CHAPTER III     T H E O R Y

3.1.   Definition of cement

3.2.   The types of cement

3.3.   Cement manufacturing process

3.4.   Cement production scheme

3.5.   The discovery of the latest cement

3.5.1.    Eco-cement

3.5.2.    Pozolan cement

3.5.3.    Geopolymer cement

3.5.4.    Details of the cement manufacturing process
3.5.5.    The process of preparation of raw materials
3.5.6.    Material processing
3.5.7.    Combustion process
3.5.8.    Process cooler in cement
3.5.9.    End milling process
3.6.   Types of cement according to ISO
3.7.   Differences Cement Type I and PCC
3.8.   Trees cement industry
3.9.   Catalog support machine for producing cement
3.9.1.    Crusher
3.9.2.    Stacker and reclaimer


3.9.3.    Raw Mill
3.9.4.    Kiln
3.9.5.    Cooler
3.9.6.    Cement mill
3.9.7.    Packer
3.9.8.    Coal mill


CHAPTER IV    CEMENT INDUSTRY GUIDE MAP

4.1.   Grouping cement industry
4.2.   The global trend of cement industry
4.2.1.    Trends that have occurred
4.2.2.    The trend is going to happen
4.2.3.    Analysis of the trends that have and will occur in the development of the Cement Industry
4.3.   The problem faced by the cement industry
4.4.   Competitiveness factors
4.4.1.    Demand and supply
4.4.1.1.    Demand world, regional and domestic
4.4.1.2.    GAP analysis
4.4.1.3.    Market behavior
4.4.2.    Factor conditions (Input)
4.4.2.1.    Natural resources
4.4.2.2.    Capital resources
4.4.2.3.    Human Resources
4.4.2.4.    Infrastructure
4.5.   Core industries, and related support
4.5.1.    Core industries
4.5.2.    Industry support
4.6.   Entrepreneurs and corporate strategy


CHAPTER V       CEMENT INDUSTRY SECTOR SUPPORTED USERS

5.1.   Statistics cement industry
5.1.1.    Cement consumption per sector
5.1.2.    Cement sales by province
5.1.3.    The main players of the national cement market
5.1.4.    Cement consumption according to the manufacturer
5.1.5.    Projected growth in cement consumption per capita
5.1.6.    Growth in a sustainable infrastructure encourage increased consumption of cement

5.1.7.    Strong correlation between the sale of property by cement demand growth
5.2.   Housing
5.2.1.    Issues and challenges of housing
5.2.1.1.    Demand Supply
5.2.1.2.    Targets and achievements of programs Housing (RPJMN 2010-2014)
5.2.1.3.    Housing management plans and settlements 2015-2019

5.2.2.    Brand mortgage industry
5.3.   Property
5.3.1.    The property industry grew 10% in 2014
5.3.2.    Property statistics
5.3.3.    Conditions global property
5.3.4.    Property bubble issue
5.3.5.    Prospects property Indonesia
5.4.   Industrial area
5.4.1.    Distribution of industrial region by region and ownership
5.4.2.    Industry concentration is pushed out of Java
5.4.3.    Distribution of industrial areas by province
5.4.4.    Broad industrial land some big islands in Indonesia, 2013
5.4.5.    Industrial area and Bekasi dominated the automotive sector
5.4.6.    The role of the industrial area
5.4.7.    Industrial estate investment prospects
5.4.8.    The development of industrial land sales
5.4.9.    Land demand is likely to increase,constant supply

4.5.10. Needs a new industrial area
5.4.11. The selling price of industrial land is likely to increase
5.4.12. Efforts to improve the competitiveness of the industrial area
5.4.13. The role of government and the private sector in the development of industrial zones in several Asian countries
5.4.14. Challenges industrial area
4.5.15. Towards the development of industrial estates
5.4.15.1. Industrial area on the island of Java
5.4.15.2. The industrial area outside of the island of Java
5.4.15.3. The characteristics of the third-generation industrial area
5.4.15.4. Character generation of modern industrial area III
5.4.15.5. The development of industrial zones in the economic corridor Java
5.4.15.6. Development of industrial areas in Sumatra economic corridor
5.4.15.7. The development of industrial zones in the economic corridor Borneo
5.4.15.8. Development of industrial areas in Sulawesi economic corridor
5.4.15.9. The development of industrial zones in the economic corridor Papua
4.5.16. Land needs of industrial estate development
4.5.17. Fifteen new industrial estates in Indonesia
4.5.18. Industrial Zone Investment Prospects in 2014
4.5.19. Prospects Industrial Development Zone
4.5.20. Indonesian Industrial Estate Investment
5.4.21. The big challenge industrial estate development
5.5.   Infrastructure
5.5.1.    Contribution to GDP accelerated development
5.5.2.    Contribution to GDP accelerated development
5.5.3.    The growth of the cement industry and quarrying non-metallic together with the expansion of the construction sector
5.5.4.    The domestic market: characterized by the dominance of a few players
5.5.5.    Supported by accelerating the production of clinker
5.5.6.    Domestic consumption: Highly concentrated in Java
5.5.7.    The more cement consumption supported by construction projects
5.5.8.    Short-term outlook: Market participants expect sustainable construction projects
5.5.9.    Increased capacity to anticipate domestic cement consumption stronger



CHAPTER VI     THE CALCULATION OF ENERGY DEMAND FOR CEMENT INDUSTRY

6.1.   The composition of energy use in the cement industry
6.2.   Energy needs of the cement industry
6.3.   Coal
6.3.1.    Map location of deployment of resources and reserves of coal
6.3.2.    The supply of coal
6.3.3.    Briquette production
6.3.4.    Coal prices
6.3.5.    In 2014, domestic demand for coal 95.55 million tons


CHAPTER VII     CEMENT INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA

7.1. Cement producer in Indonesia
7.2. Cement Industry Outlook 2014
7.2.1. Strict regulations on the import of cement and clinker
7.2.2. Low cement penetration in the country
7.3. Aspects of energy
7.4. National cement global market
7.4.1. National cement opportunities in the global market
7.4.2. Indonesian cement industry development
7.4.3. Projected needs cement plant
7.4.4. The capacity of cement production vs consumption, 2000-2015
7.4.5. Production capacity
7.5. Statistical data procurement of cement consumption by province
7.6. Statistical data procurement realization cement consumption by island
7.7. National cement production statistics, 2010-2015


CHAPTER VIII     MARKET CONDITIONS

8.1. Cement market share controlled by PT Semen Gresik 39.7%
8.2. Cement conditions
8.3. Cement industry development in Indonesia, 2012-2016
8.4. Some Cement manufacturers continue to increase its production capacity
8.5. Trend use of cement type Portland Composite Cement (PCC)
8.6. New investors Enliven the national cement market
8.7. The distribution of cement producers in Indonesia
8.8. Design capacity, production, supply, export, import and consumption
8.9. PT Semen Indonesia wake packaging plant in Production
8.10. Cement industry's contribution to the development
8.11. The new government is expected to be more exciting cement industry
8.12. PT Semen Indonesia raises prices 4 percent
8.13. Cement industry profit margins down
8.14. PT Semen Indonesia and its market prospects
8.15. The prospect of the cement industry in 2014 and the subsequent
8.16. Stock performance Indocement (INTP) vs Cement Indonesia (SMGR)
8.17. Dwo Soetjipto: 2017, PT Semen Indonesia production capacity of more than 40 million tones
8.18. Cement industry development in Indonesia Year 2012-2016
8.19. Holcim, the cement industry pioneer and innovator in Indonesia
8.20. PLN ready to supply electricity industry Smelter and Cement
8.21. Investment does not stop
8.22. PT Semen Baturaja (Persero) Tbk was selected as the best SOE sector in 2013 Cement Industry ago
8.23. Cement investors need to approach with the community
8.24. The new government is expected to synergize with the Cement Industry Company SOE
8.25. Needs and national market share as well as the establishment of a new factory in 2014
8.26. President of the Republic of Indonesia predicts the national cement industry is getting brighter
8.27. Semen Tonasa invest USD 68 billion in Production, West Sulawesi
8.28. Holcim start grinding clinker during the first semester 2014
8.29. PT Semen Baturaja prepare new plant construction
8.30. Cement Industry revenue is projected to rise 6.7% in 2014
8.31. Importer problem must be dealt with firmly cement
8.32. Holcim maintain market share
8.33. National cement industry unrivaled imported products
8.34. Indonesia likely to dominate the ASEAN market
8.35. Expansion of local players out, China's entry into the land of Papua
8.36. The cement industry could grow in the city center without environmental pollution
8.37. Investment in the cement sector is expected to reach Rp 65.03 trillion to 2017
8.38. Six of the existing cement companies to invest US $ 4.13 billion
8.39. Bosowa investment in the cement sector reached 6.5 trillion
8.40. Increase production capacity through investments


8:41. US $ 4.4 billion invested by the investors who are interested in building a cement plant in Indonesia
8.42. Contribution to the development of cement industry
8.43. The prospect of the cement industry in Indonesia in 2014 and the subsequent
8.44. Cement sales in Indonesia, 2008-2014
8.45. Preparing the peak sales of cement in Indonesia in 2017

8.46. Performance in PT Indocement vs PT Semen Indonesia (SMGR)
8.47. Prospects stock investment in the cement sector in 2014
8.48. Cement industry outlook remains open
8.49. Siam Cement Group to invest Rp3.4 billion in West Java
8.50. Cement demand in August 2014 and increased 37.4 percent
8.51. PT Semen Indonesia launches packing plant with an investment of Rp120 billion
8.52. PT Semen Indonesia Rp638 billion power plant investment
8.53. Incessant cement plant investment in Indonesia
8.54. PT Semen Tonasa continues to grow
8.55. PT Semen Indonesia achieved the Green Industry
8.56. PT Semen Indonesia will be reaching the market 7 countries
8.57. PT Semen Indonesia and Group Bosowa investment in Sorong
8.58. Three banks financed the development of Thang Long Cement Plant


CHAPTER IX     PERFORMANCE OF CEMENT MANUFACTURERS

9.1. PT Semen Baturaja (Persero), Tbk.
9.1.1. Stock performance
9.1.2. Profiles
9.1.3. Profile of PT. Semen Baturaja (Persero), Tbk
9.1.4. Increasing the capacity almost doubled
9.1.5. Focus on market Sumatra
9.1.6. The location of the PT. Semen Baturaja (Persero), Tbk
9.1.7. Revenue growth, but lower margin
9.1.8. Capacity strong cash
9.1.9. SWOT Analysis PT. Semen Baturaja (Persero), Tbk
1.9.10. Summary performance of PT. Semen Baturaja (Persero), Tbk. and similar companies by September 2013
9.2. PT Semen Indonesia, Tbk.
9.2.1. Performance PT Semen Indonesia (Persero) Tbk increasing demonstrate the success of transformation
9.2.2. During the transformation of 2005-2013, net profit rose nearly 1,000 %
9.2.3. Increased production capacity of 16 million tons to 31.8 million tons
9.2.4. Synergy and efficiency to be improved
9.2.5. A solution for handling industrial waste and B3
9.2.6. Being a multinational company, foreign exchange gain for the State
9.2.7. Strengthen the domestic market and expand foreign markets
9.2.8. PT Semen Indonesia is no longer just a cement manufacturer
9.3. PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk.
9.3.1. Performance PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk in 2013
9.3.2. Market conditions
9.3.3. Financial performance
9.3.4. Environmental and social performance
9.3.5. View of the future
9.3.6 Signing. Profile of PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk.
9.4. PT Semen Padang
9.5. PT Semen Tonasa


CHAPTER X      EXPORT IMPORT
10.1. The development of cement exports (HS Code 2523000000-2523900000), 2010-2014
10.2. The development of cement imports (HS Code 2523000000-2523900000), 2010-2014
10.3. The development of cement exports by month, 2010-2014
10.4. The development of cement imports by month, 2010-2014


CHAPTER XI      ASEAN ECONOMIC COMMUNITY 2015

11.1. Indonesia towards the ASEAN Economic Community in 2015
11.1.1. Glance MEA
11.1.2. Towards AEC 2015
11.1.3. Nine Indonesian mainstay industry facing ASEAN Economic Community
11.2. Opportunities and challenges Cement Indonesia in ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015
11.2.1. Strengthening the competitiveness of Indonesian cement industry
11.2.2. Indonesia opportunity
11.2.3. Potential and power of PT Semen Indonesia
11.3. Indonesian industry must be ready to face the AEC


CHAPTER XII       INDONESIAN NATIONAL STANDARD (SNI)

12.1. Portland cement composite (SNI 15-2049-2004)
12.2. Portland cement Pozolan (SNI 15-0302-2004)


CHAPTER XIII      SWOT ANALYSIS AND TARGETS

13.1. Strength (Streng)
13.2. Weakness (Weakness)
13.3. Opportunities (Opportunities)
13.4. Threats / challenges (Threat)
13.5. Target


CHAPTER XIV      STRATEGY AND POLICY

14.1. Cement industry development direction
14.2. Policy strategy
14.3. Indicators of achievement
14.4. Stages of implementation


CHAPTER XV     CHANCE OF ESTABLISHMENT OF SMALL SCALE CEMENT INDUSTRY

15.1. Small-scale cement plants
15.2. Cement raw materials


CHAPTER XVI      RICH EAST INDONESIA CEMENT RAW MATERIALS

16.1. Cement raw materials
16.2. The composition of cement raw materials
16.3. Potential raw material for cement in East Indonesia


CHAPTER XVII      POLITICS

17.1. The influence of political factors on business
17.2. Political influence over the economy and business in Indonesia
17.3. Political influence over the economy and business in Indonesia in the reform era
17.4. Opportunities overcome the negative impact of political influence on business


CHAPTER XVIII       OUTLOOK

18.1. Prospect
18.1.1. Cement consumption above the national cement production, opportunities for investors
18.2. Behind prospects, of course there are constraints
18.2.1. Raw material constraints
18.2.2. Technological constraints
18.2.3. Distribution and logistics constraints
18.2.4. Constraints use of waste
18.2.5. Constraints of domestic coal prices
18.2.6. Constraints power


CHAPTER XIX     CONCLUSION



SAMPLE : COMPANY PROFILES



HOLCIM INDONESIA Tbk, PT

A d d r e s s : Corporate Communication

Talavera Suite 15th floor

Talavera Office Park

Jl. TB Simatupang No.22 – 26

Jakarta 12430


Factories / Customer Care
– Jalan Raya Narogong Km. 7 Desa Narogong, Kelapa Nunggal
Cileungsi, Bogor 16820 West Java
Phones – (021) 8231260 (Hunting)
Fax. – (021) 8231254, 8231256

– Karang Talun Cilacap 53201 Central Java
Phones – (0282) 41521-22
Fax. – (0282) 42928
– Expansion /Planned
Tuban, East Java

Date of Establishment : 15 June 1971 as PT SEMEN TJIBINONG
June 1997 as PT SEMEN CIBINONG Tbk.
2006 as PT HOLCIM INDONESIA Tbk.

Listed : 10 August 1977
Listed Company Code : SMCB
Listed Shares : 7,662,900,000
Dividend : Yes

Legal Status : PT Tbk. (Limited Liability & Public Listed Company)

Category : Foreign Investment Scheme  (PMA)

Permit (s) : The Capital Investment Coordinating Board
– No. 298/II/PMDN/1990 Dated 30 June 1990
– No. 78/II/PMDN/1995 Dated 9 March 1995

Line of Bussiness : – Portland Cement Manufacturing
– Investment Holding

Production Capacity :
Narogong Factory :
Portland Cements – 5,600,000 tons p.a.
Cement Bags – 37,500,000 sheets p.a.

Cilacap Factory :
Portland Cements – 4,100,000 tons p.a.
Cement Bags – 18,750,000 sheets p.a.
Expansion Unit/Planned
Portland Cements – 3,000,000 tons p.a.

Market : Domestic & Export
Capitalization : Authorized Capital Rp. 15,325,800,000,000
Issued Capital Rp. 3,831,450,000,000
Paid Up Capital Rp. 3,831,450,000,000

Shareholder (s) : - HOLDERFIN BV of The Netherland – 77.33%
- The Publics – 22.67%

Total Investment :
Narogong factory :
Equity Capital – Rp. 1,456 billion
Loan Capital – Rp. 1,322 billion
Total Investment – Rp. 2,778 billion

Cilacap factory :
Equity Capital – Rp. 416.0 billion
Loan Capital – Rp. 631.9 billion
Total Investment – Rp. 1,047.9 billion
Expansion Unit/Planned
Total Investment – Rp. 2,700 billion

Banker (s) : PT Bank PANIN Tbk.
The Bank of TOKYO-MITSUBISHI UFJ Ltd.
The CITIBANK N.A.

Started Operation : 1975

Total Employees : 3,300 workers

Supervisory Board : Chairman – Mr. Paul Heinz Hugentobler
Vice Chairman – Mr. Thomas Ashley Clough
Member (s) – Mrs. Madan Lal Narula
Mrs. Renee Zecha
Mr. Arief Tarunakarya Surowidjojo
Mr. Kuntoro Mangkusubroto
Mr. Kemal Azis Stamboel


Associated Companies : Member of The TIRTAMAS UTAMA Group
HOLCHIM PARTICIPATIONS LTD. of Mauritius

Subsidiaries :   -     Holcim Beton
-          Readymix Concrete Indonesia
-          Pendawa Lestari Perkasa
-          Bintang Polindo Perkasa
-          Holcim (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd

R E M A R K S  :
Holcim is a pioneer and an innovator in Indonesia's fast-developing cement sector, as the market for homes, commercial buildings and infrastructure expands. We are the only provider of a fully integrated range of 10 cement types, concrete and aggregates. We are building a unique franchise, Solusi Rumah, to deliver complete, affordable housing solutions and upgrades, drawing on the skills of over 49,000 Holcim-trained masons, 437 franchisees as of 2013 and a growing telesales presence.

Our products are sold in more than 8,000 retail stores across Indonesia. Holcim Beton was first to market with SpeedCrete®, a fast-setting concrete that slashes time on repair work to roads and developments, while our MiniMix phone service allows same-day ready-mixed concrete delivery; we were also first with mobile concrete batching plants.
Our construction industry seminars on best practices in large-scale concrete pouring for multi-storey building foundations are literally ground breaking. We are pioneers in creating a professional centre of excellence in vocational and managerial skills, the Holcim Academy, drawing students from across Southeast Asia.

The company operates three cement plants in Narogong-West Java, Cilacap-Central Java, Tuban 1-East Java and a grinding facility in Ciwandan-Banten with total capacity of 11 million tons of cement. We operate multiple concrete batching plants, two stone quarries and an extensive logistics network of warehouses and silos.

Our Geocycle team provides a total solutions waste disposal model for industry, municipalities and agriculture, providing our customers with peace of mind that comes with the safe collection, storage and disposal of both hazardous and non-hazardous waste. As our reputation has grown, we have become solutions providers to a wide range of industrial and municipal users who number among the largest companies in Indonesia. Working under the principles of reduce, reuse and recycle, our team of consultants also helps companies minimize their waste footprint. Geocycle pioneered safe disposal of CFC ozone depleting gases - the first facility in Southeast Asia. We earn carbon credits under the UNFCCC Clean Development Mechanism for co-processing biomass, thus eradicating CO2 emissions from decomposition of discarded agricultural waste.

In 2013, our Cilacap Cement Plant was one of only a few businesses in Indonesia to receive a Gold PROPER rating from the Ministry of Environment, the highest award in Indonesia for environmental and waste management and the fourth time the plant has achieved this result. Our Narogong Plant holds a Green PROPER Rating for third time in a row.

The same year, we have attained first place in the Green Industry Awards for the fourth year. We are also the only business to receive an Ozone Award recognising our ongoing work to safely dispose of ozone depleting substances.

For community relations, Holcim programmes were recognised by corporate social responsibility awards from Minister for Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprise and local government.

Stock Quote Holcim Indonesia
PT Holcim Indonesia Tbk is the third largest cement producer in Indonesia. The company is a cement-based building materials and services provider with operations in two countries, Indonesia and Malaysia. It provides a fully integrated range of ten cement types, concrete and aggregates from its two major production sites on the island of Java. The company currently holds a market share of around 15 to 16 percent in Indonesia in terms of cement production. Holcim and its subsidiaries have a combined cement production capacity of approximately 9.1 million tons in Indonesia and a further 1.2 million tons in Malaysia.

The company, which was founded as PT Semen Cibinong in 1971, is part of the Swiss-based Holcim Group, one of the largest global cement manufacturers.


Business Summary

Holcim Indonesia operates two cement plants; one in Narogong (West Java) and the other in Cilacap (Central Java), and it owns a cement grinding station in Ciwandan (Banten). In a period of four years, Holcim intends to expand its production capacity to 12.5 million tons of cement per year. Increased output will originate from two new cement plants: the Tuban 1 plant, which will commence production in the third quarter of 2013, and the Tuban 2 plant, which is expected to start operations in 2015. Production capacity of both Tuban 1 and Tuban 2 is estimated at 1.7 million tons per year each. As such, the two Tuban plants, which are located in East Java, will add 3.4 million tons (annually) to the company’s current output of 9.1 million tons per year.

Holcim and its Indonesian-based subsidiaries primarily serve the island of Java, home to about 60 percent of Indonesia's total population. Java is characterized by rapid urban housing and commercial development as well as pressing needs in its infrastructure, including new power stations, ports, highways, and watercourses. Its customers include wholesalers, retailers and concrete products manufacturers (CPMs).


Holcim Indonesia's Operational Highlights:


   2008
   2009
   2010
   2011
   2012
   2013
Domestic Cement Sales
in million tons
    6.0
    6.0
    6.2
    8.2
    9.4
    9.3
Cement Exports
in million tons
    1.6
    1.9
    1.6
    0.5
    0.1
    0.2
Source: Holcim Indonesia, Annual Report 2013


Holcim Indonesia's Financial Highlights:


2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
Net Sales
  5,341.1
  5,943.9
  5,960.6
  7,524.0
  9,011.1
  9,686.3
Gross Profit
  1,950.0
  2,249.7
  2,249.4
  2,862.9
  3,346.8
  3,355.3
Income from Operations
    498.4
  1,717.3
  1,362.6
  1,689.0
  2,038.5
  1,848.7
Net Profit
    282.0
    895.6
    830.4
  1,063.6
  1,350.8
  1,006.4
EBITDA
    925.7
  2,183.6
  1,909.2
  2,317.3
  2,614.6
  2,453.0
Total Assets
  8,209.0
  7,265.4
10,437.2
10,950.5
12,168.5
14,895.0
Total Liabilities
  5,403.1
  3,949.2
  3,611.2
  3,423.2
  3,750.5
  6,122.0
Earnings per Share¹
      37
     117
     108
     139
     176
     124
Dividend per Share¹
     n.a.
     n.a.
      23
      55
      80

in billion IDR rupiah, unless stated otherwise
¹ in IDR rupiah
Source: Holcim Indonesia, Annual Report 2013


Future Prospects of the Indonesian Cement Sector

Indonesia's cement sector has shown a steep increase in domestic cement production and consumption. This trend is estimated to continue for a number of reasons:

Indonesia's current low per capita cement consumption (229 kg per capita in 2013).

The government's intention to ramp up much-needed infrastructure development.

An expanding middle class that gives rise to to new housing and real estate development.

Solid national economic conditions with annual GDP growth of plus 5 percent.


What are issues that negatively affect the Indonesian cement sector:
Infrastructure development is not reaching its full potential due to red tape, a weak legal system, and a lack of public and private funds.
International financial turmoil (USA and Europe) can influence Indonesia's economic growth, thus affecting domestic cement demand.
Recent central bank monetary tightening led to a cooling property market.

The companies that dominate Indonesia's cement sector are Semen Indonesia, Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa and Holcim Indonesia.


Future Forecast Holcim Indonesia's Financial Highlights:


      2012
      2013
     2014F
     2015F
Net Sales
    9,011.1
    9,686.3
   10,667.0
   11,611.0
Net Profit
    1,350.8
    1,006.4
    1,527.0
    2,079.0
EBITDA
    2,614.6
    2,453.0
    2,939.0
    3,628.0
Earnings per Share¹
       176
       124
       200
       271
P/E Ratio (x)
     14.58
    
     13.12
      9.68
in billion IDR rupiah, unless stated otherwise
¹ in IDR rupiah
Source: Investor Daily

Awards

Holcim Indonesia has been awarded a number of prizes in recent years.
In 2013, our Cilacap Cement Plant was one of only five entities in Indonesia to receive a government Gold PROPER award from the Ministry of Environment, the highest award in Indonesia for environmental and waste management. Our Narogong Plant holds a Green PROPER Rating.

For the fourth year running, we were awarded a first place in the Green Industry Awards from Ministry of Industry, and received Certificate of Recognition from Minister for Cooperatives and Small and Medium Enterprise.

We were recognised for National Energy Efficiency Award from Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources.

Products

Holcim Serba Guna

The rapid developments help humans in making life easier, but it turns also to considerable impacts for the planet’s sustainability. Decreasing natural resources, global warming caused by the greenhouse effect and pollution are conducing health problems for the livings. People start thinking ways to solve the problems; from movements to the creation of brands and products with less negative effects for the environment.
Turning into an eco-friendly brand is Holcim’s commitment based on the “care” value of putting concerns about environment and human health. Our consistency to support eco-living has convinced the Singapore Environment Council (SEC), an non-profit and independent organisation, to grant us the Green Label for Holcim Serba Guna cement. Several reasons which are taken into consideration are:
1.      Holcim Serba Guna Cement has fulfilled the requirements of both national and international standards in relevance to environment and specification within its production process. Holcim also manages a proper environmental management system and quality certification.
2.      Holcim Serba Guna cement produces less impacts by using alternative fuel resources and energy in its production process.
3.      Holcim Serba Guna offers good quality according to the national (SNI) and international (ASTM) standards. Using the right components, Holcim Serba Guna cement is safe for environment and its users as stated by the USEPA through TCLP test.
For consumers, the green label guarantees a high quality product and is also proven safe for the environment. By picking up Holcim Serba Guna cement, they also take participation in creating a healthy environment. As for Holcim, this is our concrete contribution in solving environmental issue and part of the sustainable development.
One simple and continuous step to give a brighter future for our earth. Let’s take good care of the environment for our future generations.

Holcim Smooth Fibre

Holcim Smooth Fibre does exactly what its name tells you: creating the smooth, strong fibre-reinforced sheets available. All of this is possible thanks to a quality that is controlled under tight standards. With Holcim Smooth Fibre, optimum performance that complies to SNI 15-2049 type I (low blaine) is a given.
Application
·         Pre-cast product
·         Fibre roof & sheet

 

Holcim Ready Flow

In need of high workability in your ready mix application or pre-cast concrete product? Holcim Ready Flow is the answer. Designed with an advantage on high volumetric civil engineering unit, it also comes with a quality that is controlled under tight standards to achieve optimum performance that complies to SNI 15-7064-2004 type GU.
Application
·         General reinforced concrete construction
·         Lightweight concrete application
·         Concrete drainage channels and pre-cast piping
·         Concrete road & paving block
·         Concrete block & wall panel
·         Pre-cast product
·         Bridge and dams

Holcim Ready Flow Plus

There is a reason for the 'plus' in Holcim Ready Flow Plus. It offers you great combination between optimum strength development and workability - making it the perfect choice for your ready mix application and pre-cast concrete product. Its quality is controlled under tight standards to achieve optimum performance, one that complies to SNI 15-2049-2004
Application
·         General reinforced concrete construction
·         Load bearing pre-cast concrete element (e.g. bridge girders, piles, concrete box)
·         Towers and chimneys
·         Structures constructed using traveling forms or slip forms
·         Lightweight concrete application
·         Irrigation canals, tanks and reservoirs
·         High early strength concrete application

 

Holcim Durable

Aggressive environments can be a daunting challenge for large pour applications - but not for Holcim Durable. A medium heat of hydration cement, it comes with a tightly controlled quality and a performance that complies to SNI 15-2049-2004 type II. Holcim Durable provides medium resistence to environments such as sulphate.
Application
·         Raft foundation
·         Dam or heavy abutment
·         High performance concrete application
·         Bored pile and concrete ertaining walls
·         Mass concrete pouring
·         Jetties, piers or wharves with highly reinforced structures
·         Underwater concreting
·         Concrete application with marine environmental exposure

 

Holcim Extra Durable

Maximum resistence to environments such as sulphate. Quality controlled to tight standards. Performance that complies to SNI 15-2049-2004 type V. With excellent benefits such as these, Holcim Extra Durable is ready to answer your construction challenges.
Application
·         High durability concrete application
·         Jetties, piers or wharves with highly reinforced structures
·         Underwater concreting
·         Concrete that will be exposed to environmental chlorides from de-icing salts or high sulphate content

 

Holcim Drillwell Plus®

If you seek to bring optimum performance from your drilling and exploration activities, Holcim Drillwell plus, our Class G-HSR Cement, is the answer. It offers high compressive strength, excellent resistance to chemical attack, optimum hydraulic seal between soil straturns and low admixture consumption to optimize your well performance. Its quality is controlled under tight standard to achieve optimum performance, one that complies to standards set by the American Petroleum Institute (API-specification) 10A also complies with the API certification as well as the ISO 9001:2000.
Application
·         Recommended for oil wells where the temperature conditions rise up to 500oF and pressure of 30,000 Psi in extremely deep holes
·         Ideal cement to make grouts used to cement oil & geothermic wells.
 

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