CMS CEMENT SDN BHD

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Integrated Cement Manufacturer

Borneo’s Largest Cement Manufacturer

CMS CEMENT SDN BHD

(321916-K)

Cahya Mata Sarawak Berhad Cahya Mata Sarawak Berhad (CMS) is a leading corporation listed on the Main Market of the Malaysian stock exchange, Bursa Malaysia, and is a major private-sector player in Sarawak, the largest state in Malaysia. CMS has evolved from a single product manufacturer of cement beginning in 1974 to become a corporation focused on its Vision ‘To be the Pride of Sarawak & Beyond’. Today, CMS’ portfolio spans over 35 companies involved in manufacturing & trading of cement & construction materials, construction, road maintenance, township, property & infrastructure development, financial services, education, steel & pipe fabrication & installation, ferrosilicon alloys smelting and telco infrastructure.

Vision

To be the PRIDE of Sarawak & Beyond

Mission P R I D E

Producing Quality, On Spec & On Time

Respect & Integrity Improving, Innovating & Investing in People Delivering Sustainable Growth Environmentally Conscious, Safe & Conducive Workplace

Our Core Business

Cement Manufacturing Construction

Integrated Building Systems (IBS)

Property & Infrastructure Development

Quarrying

Energy-intensive Industries

Road Maintenance

Township Development

CMS Cement Sdn Bhd As a core business of Cahya Mata Sarawak since 1974, CMS Cement now enjoys the distinction of being an integrated cement manufacturer, providing quality cement for customers across Sarawak through a well-established and efficient delivery system.

Our Products Portland Cement

Portland Cement (PC) is a multi-purpose cement that is most commonly used in general construction. When mixed with water, sand and aggregates, the grey coloured PC powder hardens into the material used for concrete construction. At CMS Cement, quality is guaranteed. PC produced by CMS Cement exceeds the quality requirements specified in the Malaysian Standard MS EN 197-1 which is equivalent to ASTM C150. Masonry Cement

Masonry Cement

Portland Cement

Cemplast is the registered brand name for Masonry Cement produced by CMS Cement. It is manufactured in accordance to Malaysian Standard. The special plasticizing material incorporated in Cemplast improves the workability and water retention properties and eliminated the need to add hydrated lime to produce a workable, durable and economical mortar. Cemplast is designed specifically for producing mortars used for brick/block laying, interior and external rendering and plastering and other masonry applications.

To provide our customers with greater choices and flexibility to suit their required needs, CMS Cement carries out R&D to produce other types of cement such as Portland Composite Cement and Portland Fly Ash Cement.

International Recognition CMS Cement has been awarded multiple certifications and awards as proof of its commitment towards quality, environment and occupational safety and health. All plants are certified to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. All laboratories are accredited to ISO/IEC 17025. CMS Cement’s strict quality control at all stages of manufacturing, as well as, stringent testing, control and monitoring procedures ensures the quality of its finished products.

OHSAS 18001 ISO 9001

ISO 14001

ISO/IEC 17025

Our facilities

plants, terminals, Distribution & Export Mambong Integrated Plant Situated on a 25-hectare site at Mambong, 28 km southeast of Kuching city, the Mambong plant is an integrated facility which is able to produce 2,800 metric tonnes of clinker per day and 1 million metric tonnes of cement annually.

Bulk cement manufactured at the plants are transported to the Sibu and Miri Bulk Terminals via a custom-made pneumatic all-weather Bulk Cement Barge (BCB) where they are conveyed to a flat store.

Sibu Bulk Terminal

Miri Bulk Terminal

MALAYSIA SARAWAK SINGAPORE

Bintulu Grinding Plant

Situated on a 7-hectare site at Tanjung Kidurong Industrial Estate, the Bintulu grinding plant was established in 1998. It has an annual production capacity of 750,000 metric tonnes, catering to the needs of the rapidly growing northeast region of Sarawak.

Pending Grinding Plant

Set up in 1978, the Pending grinding plant is located on a 6-hectare site at the Pending Industrial Estate in Kuching. It has an installed annual capacity of 1 million metric tonnes, and caters to the needs of Kuching, Samarahan, Sri Aman and Sibu divisions. Length of Jetty : 105 m Draft : 7.5 m Vessel size : 7,000 DWT Loading rate - 50-kg Bag cement : 1,000 MT/day - Bulk cement : 4,000 - 5,000 MT/day

Length of jetty : 225 m Draft : 13.5 m Vessel size : 30,000 DWT Loading rate - 50-kg Bag cement : 1,000 MT/day - Bulk cement : 1,200 - 1,500 MT/day

Maintenance work in progress

50-kg bag cement packing

All-weather Bulk Cement Barge Japan

Cement are sold in 50-kg, 1 tonne, and bulk to fulfil the various market requirement.

China

Nepal

Bulk loading facilities

PA C I F I C OCEAN

India

Bangladesh

Myanmar

Laos Philippines

Thailand Cambodia

Miri Bulk Terminal

Vietnam

Sri Lanka

Malaysia Singapore

Bintulu Grinding Plant

Indonesia

ASIA

Sibu Bulk Terminal

INDIAN OCEAN

AUSTRALIA

Pending Grinding Plant

Australia

SARAWAK

Mambong Integrated Plant Able to serve the whole of Sarawak Both the Pending and Bintulu grinding plants have direct access to port facilities enabling CMS Cement to export efficiently and economically both bagged and bulk cement to any location.

The Process Step 2

Step 1

Quarrying

Crushing & Storage of Raw Materials

Limestone, shale and sandstone form the main raw materials to manufacture clinker. For CMS Clinker, all three materials are quarried within its plant at Mambong, ensuring a continuous supply of quality raw materials.

Different crushers are used for the three raw materials to obtain aggregates of less than 60 mm in size - limestone is crushed by a hammer crusher, shale is put through a roller crusher and sandstone is crushed by a portable jaw crusher. The resulting crushed materials are then stored in silos and storage halls.

Step 4

Pre-Grinding & Grinding This next step involves a further reduction in size of the raw mix (90%), limestone (8%) and copper slag (2%). These raw materials are ground with a vertical roller mill (VRM) to achieve an 88% passing rate through a 90 micron sieve. The resulting fine raw meal powder is then blended in the blending silo and transported as kiln feed to a pre-heater. The coal used as fuel for the kiln is also ground using a vertical roller mill to a fine powder which has an 80% passing rate through a 90 micron sieve.

Step 6

Step 7

From the kiln, the hot clinker is cooled to a temperature of 100°C at the ‘walking cooler’ which uses ten cooling fans. The clinker is further crushed to smaller balls of less than 25 mm diameter in size using a hammer crusher before being transferred using the pan conveyor system to the clinker silo.

Manufacturing cement begins with mixing the raw materials (clinker, gypsum and other suitable minor constituents such as limestones) at a pre-determined mixing ratio. The composition is then conveyed to two chambered tube mills filled with steel balls where it is ground to the required fineness. At the Pending grinding plant, raw materials are fed

Cooling & Storing

In-Process Grinding

Step 3

Mixing & Pre-Homogenising Limestone (making up 78% of the raw material), shale (12%) and sandstone (10%) are mixed together and pre-homogenised using a boom stacker. This process results in raw mix. A reclaimer is then used to transfer this raw mix.

Step 5

Pre-heating & Burning The fine powdered raw meal or kiln feed are fed to the 5-stage pre-heater and kiln. Here, the clinkering process happens: Temperature 70 – 100°C 100 – 750°C 750 – 1000°C 1000 – 1500°C

Process Drying Pre-heating Calcination Clinkering

Step 8

Packing & Distribution

through the roller press for pre-grinding before going into the tube mill for further fine grinding. The ground material then goes through a separation process in the high efficiency separator and is collected by the bag filter. The final product is stored in cement silos.

The finished cement is extracted from the cement silo outlets and transported by screw conveyor and bucket elevator to the packing machine. Portland Cement is supplied in three types of packing – 50-kg bags, jumbo bags and bulk tanker. Masonry Cement is packed in 50-kg bags. For bulk packing,

cement is extracted from the silo outlet through a valve and into a bulk tanker, whilst the jumbo bag packing system is located below the silo. The packed cement is then delivered to customers by road or river transportation.

The main machineries at all plants were supplied and installed by renowned suppliers such as FLSmidth, Polysius, Christian Pfeiffer, Claudius Peter and Haver & Boecker.

Specifications

(ms EN 197-1)

Portland Cement (CEM 1 42.5N) Chemical Properties Parameter

Typical results

MS EN 197

Loss Of Ignition

2.90%

Max 5%

Insoluble Residue

1.0%

Max 5%

Sulfate content (as SO3)

Chloride

2.80%

Max 3.5%

0.010%

Max 0.10%

Typical results

MS EN 197

18.0MPa

Min 10.0MPa

50.0MPa

Min 42.5MPa Max 62.5MPa

Initial setting time (min)

160min

Min 60min

Expansion (mm) (Le Chatelier)

0.5mm

Max 10mm

Physical Properties Parameter Early strength (MPa) Standard strength (MPa)

2 days 28 days

our people

CMS Cement has a workforce of over 750 employees. CMS Group has always regarded its employees as invaluable assets that drives the organisation towards its goal. A well-trained workforce improves the competitive advantages of the organisation. In its commitment to build a robust and holistic human capital, initiatives are rolled out such as management trainee development programmes, talent development, Koffee Talks, Town Halls and succession planning programmes. Such initiatives are vital in preparing a ready pool of qualified leaders in the company. Our Work-Life Balance Programme which was rolled out in 2013 aims to provide employees a way to manage their time between the working life and personal life.

PRESERVING THE ENVIRONMENT CMS Cement is committed to minimising adverse impact of its business activities to the environment. The installation of effective pollution control system such as bag filters and electrostatic precipitators are used to control dust emissions so as to maintain below the allowable limit imposed by the authorities. All the production facilities within the CMS Cement have established and implemented the ISO 14001 system to ensure a systematic approach towards its environmental practices. In contributing towards reducing global carbon emission, CMS Cement has initiated a programme for the clinker manufacturing process to partially replace its fossil fuel with alternative fuel, and substituting limestone with alternative raw materials. For the cement grinding process, the consumption of clinker is reduced through replacement with industrial wastes/by-products such as fly ash and slag.

Waste segregation

Proper storage of scheduled waste

Prevention of dust polution through back filters

Noise level monitoring

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH

At CMS Cement, promoting the safety & health of our employees is our priority. The identification of hazard and assessment of risk are compulsory for all business activities carried out by both employees and contractors. Although Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is provided to all employees working in high risk areas, the hierarchy of risk control is always considered for all works and activities carried out at the plants. In addition, OHSAS 18001 is established at all locations to ensure the implementation of an effective safety & health system.

Corporate social responsibility

For years, employees of CMS Cement have been volunteering their time and effort in many social activities as a way of giving back to the society. Under our ‘Doing Good’ programme which is driven by the CMS Group, CMS Cement has donated cement to schools, suraus, churches and other charitable and non-profit organisations. Our employees are also actively involved in community projects such as gotong-royong, charity sales, recycling campaigns and blood donation drives. Our active Employee Volunteerism Programme has fostered great teamwork, fueled individual passion and strengthened bonds between CMS Cement and the communities where we operate in throughout Sarawak.

Project References CMS Cement, being an integrated cement manufacturer, supplies quality cement for the construction of several major landmarks in Sarawak, such as the New Sarawak State Legislative Assembly (DUN), Borneo Convention Centre Kuching, Sarawak Energy Berhad head office (the first GBI-certified building), Swinburne University of Sarawak, and the Bakun Dam, to name a few.

Sarawak State Legislative Assembly building

Lanang Bridge

Borneo Convention Centre Kuching

Bakun Dam

Sarawak Energy Berhad

Swinburne University

Contacts Us

CMS Cement Sdn Bhd (321916-K) Kuching Grinding Plant Lot 5895, Jalan Simen Raya Pending Industrial Estate P.O. Box 2000 93740 Kuching Sarawak, Malaysia Tel : +60 82 332 111 Fax : +60 82 342 581

Bintulu Grinding Plant

Lot 766, Block 20, Kemena Land District Kidurong Industrial Estate P.O. Box 2012 97007 Bintulu Sarawak, Malaysia Tel : +60 86 254 727 Fax : +60 86 255 080

Mambong Integrated Plant Lot 571, Jalan Mambong Off Jalan Puncak Borneo 93259 Kuching Sarawak, Malaysia Tel : +60 82 610 229 Fax : +60 82 610 227

Miri Bulk Cement Terminal Lot 3494, Shin Yang Wharf Jalan Liparia Krokop Utama 98000 Miri Sarawak, Malaysia Tel : +60 85 434 621 Fax : +60 85 434 623 Sibu Bulk Cement Terminal Lot 2586, Block 19 Seduan Land District Upper Lanang Road 96000 Sibu Sarawak, Malaysia Tel : +60 84 216 900 / 216 901 Fax : +60 84 216 902

E : [email protected] W : www.cmsb.com.my/cement

CMS CEMENT SDN BHD