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Smart move

In Indonesia, a collaboration between long-standing partners Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa and Siemens demonstrated how cement production facilities can benefit from increased integration and process optimization thanks to a smart control system migration.

The cement industry is booming in Southeast Asia. Indonesia, for example, has made signifi­cant investments in new infrastructure in re­cent years in an effort to modernize and promote eco­nomic growth. One of the results of this effort has been an increase in the country’s demand for cement. Indonesian cement producers are thus coming under increased pressure to boost output and improve oper­ational efficiency in order to meet this demand and avoid supply shortfalls.

An important industry player

Indocement Tunggal Prakarsa is Indonesia’s sec­ond-largest cement producer, yielding over 20 million...

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