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SCG began business operation in Indonesia since 1995 by opening a trading office which mainly focused on trading and market research, and gradually expand investment in diversified businesses such as PVC, ceramic tiles, and join venture with partner in building materials business.

During past years, SCG invested in array of businesses in Indonesia to pursue the company’s vision to become a regional leader with emphasis on innovation and sustainability. Today, SCG has approximately 7,200 employees in Indonesia and total of 28 subsidiaries in three core businesses, namely, cement-building materials, chemicals, and packaging. SCG continues to study market possibility to seek for long-term investment which can contribute to sustainable growth of Indonesia.

scg Business Unit


The Cement – Building Matereials business unit is a manufacturer, supplier, and distributor of integrated cement and related building materials that provide a wide range of building products from upstream to downstream, including retail business with a national network.


Develop high-quality plastic chemicals that will contribute to the development of infrastructure for a better life in Indonesia. The chemicals business also has a joint venture with Indonesia’s leading petrochemical company, PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical.


Packaging business offers a diverse to address need of customers such as paper packaging and offset printing system with ‘Circular Economy’ principle that supplies customers across Indonesia.

SCG Products and Services in Indonesia



Premium quality PCC cement with Green Label Indonesia certification
SCG cement (PCC) has strong bonding power and low shrinkage. It is used for bricklaying, plastering, wall plastering and concrete applications.



SCG Mortar Thinbed is an instant cement for lightweight brick wall installation work that is pratcial and easy to use, just by adding water.



SCG Smartblock makes your house sturdy, safe, and cool
Used for both interior and exterior walls, strong enough to withstand loads, shocks, and heat.



SCG Pipe and Precast produces premium quality precast concrete with various types that can be tailored to your needs
All products from SCG Pipe and Precast are produced with the Spun Roller Suspension Compacted system, which allows for the production of pipes with relatively thin walls without sacrificing strength and durability.


Jayamix By SCG

The largest and first ready-mixed concrete supplier in Indonesia offering premium products and services driven by SCG innovation
Jayamix By SCG concrete is produced according to international standards with the achievement of compressive strength targets according to the required quality of the structure.


Ceramic Roof, Wall and Floor Tiles

One of the leading ceramic tile leaders in Indonesia with a variety of quality ceramic products.



PT. Kokoh Inti Arebama
A leading construction materials distributor for SCG ceramic products and others with strong network and logistics throughout Indonesia.


PVC Resin

PT. TPC Indo Plastic and Chemicals
The leading PVC producer in Indonesia with PVC resin as the main raw material.



PT. Primacorr Mandiri
SCG's first packaging factory in Indonesia that offers both packaging and raw materials related to packaging to meet the needs of consumers throughout Indonesia.

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Focusing on sustainable principles, SCG continues to contribute to the society and communities where SCG operates and improves the quality of life for the Indonesian people. Over the years, SCG has been proven to give attention and effort to CSR activities, strengthen group commitments in welfare, and develop Indonesian society in many other programs.


SCG Donates Innovative Positive-Pressure Swab Chamber Solutions for Indonesia


SCG #CareTogether Together to protect the frontline in handling COVID-19 by donating innovative solutions to 40 positive-pressure swab chambers in the amount of 1 billion rupiah for Indonesia. This donation was symbolically handed over to the Head of the National Disaster Management Agency (BNPB Indonesia), Mr. Doni Monardo, on Wednesday (10/6) in Jakarta and to the Governor of West Java, Mr. Ridwan Kamil, on Friday (19/06) in Bandung, West Java which is then distributed to various hospitals and health laboratories in Indonesia.

The Swab chamber, which is an innovative solution by SCG to prevent the possibility of transmission of COVID-19 from patients to medical staff, was built with hollow steel structure and sandwich wall panels made of metal and foam which makes this chamber sturdy, lightweight, sterile, and fast in the production process. The SCG Swab Chamber also uses a positive pressure method to ensure that air that may have been contaminated outside is not contaminated into the chamber. In addition, this room is equipped with 99.97% HEPA Filters and UV light which can kill viruses and exhaust fans to ensure the safety and comfort of medical personnel in conducting examinations.

Our New Normal | SCG in Indonesia

Hello, SCG People! A new normal means that we are returning to our everyday routines, but everything will be different. It may be sounded daunting and terrifying, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Our workspace can be both safe and productive, where we can collaborate with our teammates, even when we are standing a couple of meters apart from each other. For the sake’s of everyone’s health and safety, here is the story of SCG companies in Indonesia following the health protocol to welcome the New Normal. Stay safe, stay healthy!

NEWS RElease

ESG SYMPOSIUM 2023 INDONESIA: SCG Supports Indonesia to Achieve Net Zero Emission Target by 2060, Encourages ESG Implementation and Cross-Sector Collaboration

Themed “Collaboration for Sustainable Indonesia”, ESG SYMPOSIUM 2023 INDONESIA aims to accelerate the net zero emission target, address social inequality, and achieve sustainable development through the adoption of the ESG 4 Plus strategy.

SCG Intensifies Renewable Energy Innovation in Indonesia to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030

SCG consistently implements ESG practices to reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050 through various renewable energy innovations.

Sharing The Dream

SCG continues to contribute improving the quality of life of Indonesian people, especially around SCG, one of the way is through the SCG Sharing the Dream scholarship since 2012. In 2018, 410 scholarships were awarded to 400 high school students and 10 undergraduate students. Together we have succeeded in helping Indonesian children realize their dreams.

Keripik Pisang Kartini oleh PT Semen Jawa

This program is a community empowerment program to produce banana chips with various flavors by PT Semen Jawa and PT Tambang Semen Sukabumi around the place where the company operates. With this CSR program, SCG helps the community to be more independent and skilled.

Excellence Internship

SCG Excellence Internship program aims to help improve the capabilities of Indonesian students, especially in preparation for welcoming the ASEAN Economic Community. It is aimed to gain experiences and skills of Indonesian students required for their future careers. Amid the intense competition and crisis of qualified human resources, this program can equip the students with knowledge and the expected skills in the professional world, all to help further their future career development.

Career Camp

The program is designed to select students who are about to graduate both bachelor and master degrees from various universities across Indonesia. These students have been selected by submitting the required data on the link that we provide. Students who join Career Camp will gain experiences and skills required for their future careers.


SCG Supports Indonesia to Achieve Net Zero Emission Target by 2060, Encourages ESG Implementation and Cross-Sector Collaboration

Jakarta, November 2, 2023 – Climate change and social issues pose serious threats that must be promptly addressed by global society, including Indonesia. SCG, one of ASEAN’s leading companies managing three business units: Cement-Building Material, Packaging, and Chemicals, hosted the ESG SYMPOSIUM 2023 in Indonesia today (2/11), continuing its Sustainable Development Symposium series. Centered on the theme “Collaboration for Sustainable Indonesia,” the forum aims to accelerate the net zero emission target, address social inequality, and achieve sustainable development through the adoption of the ESG 4 Plus strategy. These goals align with the Nationally Determined Contribution (NDC) climate commitment, aiming to keep the global temperature rise below 2 degrees Celsius through various efforts.


At this event, SCG showcased technological innovations and initiatives from its business units to support sustainability, including floating solar panels, solar roofs, Emisspro® (high emissivity coating for improved thermal efficiency), Alternative Fuel/Alternative Raw Material, Refuse-derived Fuel, Biogas Utilization, SCGC Green Polymer, and Cert+ (online carbon credit verification and digitization for the forestry industry).


President & CEO of SCG, Roongrote Rangsiyopash, emphasized Southeast Asia’s vulnerability to global crises due to its high population and rapid economic activity. In Indonesia, national issues today include the air pollution crisis, rising sea levels, waste management, and economic disparities.


“Amid real challenges and a rapidly evolving industrial landscape, sustainability is no longer a choice but an obligation. Businesses play a crucial role in shaping the future. As NDC targets increase, Indonesia has a task to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060, a reduction that can reach up to 43% with international support. Let’s align our efforts to support national progress and create a healthier, prosperous future for Indonesia,” said Roongrote.


Deputy Minister of Maritime Affairs and Natural Resources at the Ministry of National Development Planning, Vivi Yulaswati, stated that the government continuously strives to create an ecosystem facilitating investments for transitioning toward a green economy.


“SDGs financing is a platform managed by the Ministry of National Development Planning to develop funding for SDGs projects through various schemes like PPP, blended finance, equity financing, and others,” Vivi explained. She added that the ESG concept presents a new paradigm in business value creation, offering a broad approach to risk mitigation and value creation.


Director-General for Climate Change Control at the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Laksmi Dhewanti, emphasized the world’s triple planetary challenges – climate change, biodiversity loss, and environmental pollution. The ESG concept becomes a game-changer to create a more sustainable, healthy, and balanced world, offering incentives for companies and industries to responsibly manage their environmental impact.


“Collaboration and cooperation are the keys to success in facing climate change challenges. Indonesia’s commitment, from the government to all stakeholders, is the foundation that must be coupled with hard work and smart action to implement real climate change mitigation actions across all sectors,” explained Laksmi.


Executive Vice President of SCG, Thammasak Sethaudom, stressed that achieving sustainable development and NDC targets requires collaboration from all sectors.


“I encourage all stakeholders to maintain a collaborative and innovative spirit. We cannot achieve sustainable futures alone; it requires collective efforts from diverse perspectives and expertise. Let’s work together for Indonesia’s sustainability. In the coming years, I hope we will witness more remarkable examples of sustainable collaboration between Indonesia and the global community,” said Thammasak.


Country Director of SCG in Indonesia, Warit Jintanawan, highlighted the importance of aligned ESG implementation across all aspects.


“By implementing ESG, we’re not only addressing environmental issues but also touching upon socio-economic matters, aiming to raise Indonesia’s per capita income to match developed countries and reduce poverty to zero percent,” said Warit.


To address social disparities and support community welfare, SCG established the Gerakan Desa Berdikari (Independent Village Movement) program, providing mentoring and training for local businesses. More than 70 SMEs in Sukabumi have been developed under this program. One participant, Dida Mauludin, Chairman of Lumbung Berkah Aquaculture Group, successfully transformed Sukamaju Village into a Catfish Village, empowering 150 millennial breeders to develop hygienic catfish products.


“Thanks to SCG’s business funding and guidance, our venture grew rapidly from 2 ponds to 123, managed in an integrated manner with the community. We also obtained CBIB and LSPro certifications, ensuring the quality and competitiveness of our products,” stated Dida.


For its sustainability efforts, SCG globally achieved the highest score in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) for the Building Materials category. This achievement reflects the company’s commitment to the ESG 4 Plus practices, covering Net Zero efforts, green products, and industry creation (Go Green), reducing inequality, and embracing collaboration.


SCG supports the Indonesian government’s policy direction by accelerating green innovation development, such as renewable energy, SCGC Green Polymer, and biodegradable packaging. The ESG SYMPOSIUM 2023 INDONESIA is expected to drive collaboration among the government, industries, civil communities, and the public to achieve Net Zero, impacting the welfare of Indonesian society.


SCG Intensifies Renewable Energy Innovation in Indonesia to Achieve Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction by 2030

Jakarta, October 26, 2023 – SCG, a leading company in ASEAN, consistently implements ESG practices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 and achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Under the ESG 4 Plus framework, SCG is implementing various renewable energy innovations and embracing collaborations with all stakeholders. 


SCG’s Country Director in Indonesia, Warit Jintanawan, explained that climate change warnings, such as rising temperatures, droughts, and sea-level rise, are already evident. The Indonesian government has set an increased target for greenhouse gas emission reduction (Nationally Determined Contribution or NDC) by 2030, with self-effort at 31.89 percent (equivalent to 358 million tons of CO2eq) and 43 percent (equivalent to 446 million tons of CO2eq) with international assistance. This commitment is also part of the 2045 Indonesia Emas Program. 


“As a forward-thinking company, SCG supports the Indonesian government’s efforts to address the climate crisis by reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which have already been reduced by 33.04 million tons of CO2eq since 2020. To continue these efforts, SCG continues to prioritize the use of renewable fuels and low-carbon fuels in all its production processes,” explained Warit.  


In Indonesia, SCG currently records a total monthly energy consumption from its operational activities in cement-building materials, packaging, and petrochemical productions of 1.8GJ. To balance this energy consumption, SCG invests in biomass, biogas, cement production waste, and solar energy utilization. 


In Indonesia, SCG has three initiatives carried out by various subsidiaries. First, PT Semen Jawa and PT Tambang Semen Sukabumi, SCG’s first cement plants in Indonesia, use Alternative Fuel and Alternative Raw Material (AF/AR) technology to produce energy to meet the plant’s power needs. PT Semen Jawa is also developing a Refuse-Derived Fuel (RDF) facility to convert municipal solid waste into alternative energy to replace fossil fuels through co-processing in the cement kilns. 


“The energy transition initiative focusing on recycling technology is a strategic step for the company to achieve the Net Zero target. This initiative also represents our commitment to Embrace Collaboration within the ESG 4 Plus framework. We collaborate with various industrial players to supply industrial waste for AF/AR and work with the Sukabumi District Government to supply waste for RDF technology,” said Peramas Wajananawat, President Director of PT Semen Jawa & PT Tambang Semen Sukabumi


Second, in the use of solar energy, KIA Ceramics, in collaboration with Sun Energy Indonesia, has installed solar panels on its factory roof that have been generating more than 1 GWh of electricity since 2022. These solar panels convert sunlight into electricity using photovoltaic technology and store it in batteries for production needs. The use of solar panels is expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 600 tons, equivalent to planting 881 trees. PT Semen Jawa has also utilized solar energy for part of its energy sources, working with Cahaya Power Indonesia to install a 1,410 kW solar panel roof at its Sukabumi factory. 


Third, in the use of biogas, FajarPaper employs an Anaerobic Treatment System to process wastewater and produce biogas as an alternative fuel. As a result, the company can save approximately 27,500 tons of coal usage and reduce costs by around Rp23 billion per year. This transition has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by about 45,000 metric tons of CO2 annually.


In implementing these various initiatives, SCG has allocated a regional investment plan, including Indonesia, of 5 billion THB, or approximately more than 2.1 trillion IDR. This fund is used for research, technology development, and implementation of these technologies in SCG‘s production and operations in Indonesia.


“We continue to strive to anticipate various challenges and focus on sustainable development goals. Therefore, we welcome collaboration with various industry players and the government to achieve our targets in reducing carbon emissions and increasing the use of renewable energy,” concluded Warit.


The various renewable energy innovations stated above will be showcased at the ESG Symposium 2023 Indonesia: Collaboration for Sustainable Indonesia exhibition, which will be held on November 2, 2023, at The Ritz-Carlton Jakarta, Pacific Place. This event is a forum for developing ideas, sharing experiences, and collaboration among stakeholders, including the government, industry players, and civil society, in advancing strategic ESG-related programs. This event will be the second of its kind in Indonesia and is an extension of the annual ESG Symposium held in Bangkok, Thailand, for the past 11 years.


About SCG 

SCG is one of the leading businesses in the ASEAN region, consisting of three main businesses: SCG Cement – Building Materials, SCG Chemicals, and SCG Packaging. Through more than 200 companies and around 57,000 employees, SCG creates and distributes innovative products and services that address the current and future needs of consumers.


SCG started its business operations in Indonesia in 1992 with trading activities and gradually expanded its investments in different industries, including cement-building materials, chemicals, and packaging. As of today, SCG has a total of 36 companies across Indonesia and employs more than 9,000 people, offering a variety of premium products and services.


The products offered include infrastructure products under the ‘SCG’ brand, including SCG Cement, Jayamix SCG ready-mix concrete, SCG Smartblock lightweight concrete, SCG pipes and precast, ceramic walls, floors, and roof tiles under the ‘KIA’ brand, PVC resin, corrugated containers, and offset printing packaging. SCG also offers fiber cement products and upstream-downstream chemicals through joint ventures with Indonesian industry partners. Additionally, SCG also has a building materials distribution business and terminal services to support sales and logistics, including the online shopping platform to support Indonesia’s progress.