Siam City Cement Plc (SCCC) will resume operations at two kilns shut down for two years and cut its cement exports to serve recovering demand in Thailand.
Managing director Philippe Arto said the country's second-largest cement maker also plans to proceed with its plan to build a plant in Cambodia. With annual capacity of one million tonnes, the Cambodian plant will be operational by the end of 2015.
Four of SCCC's six kilns are in operation. The others have been shut down since the economic crisis in 2008 brought a crash in cement demand.
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