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  • 1. CeMAP 2011 Annual ReportCement Manufacturers Association of the Philippines (CeMAP)2011 Annual Cement Industry Report
  • 2. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE For 2011, the cement demand of 15.6 million tons surpassed the 2010 volume of 15.5 million tons, setting a new record for cement demand. In 2011, CeMAP also made these notable achievements in Sustainable Development, Product Stand- ards, Public Policy and Legislative Advocacy, Health & Safety, and Power Generation and Distribution. In the area of Sustainable Development, CeMAP implemented two pioneering initiatives. The first one is the CeMAP-initiated awards for outstanding practice of sustainable development in the industry sec- tor. This was done through the Federation of Philippine Industries (FPI) which has a membership of 38 indus- try associations and 40 corporations. In 2011, CeMAP initiated the inclusion of industry associations and LGUs, in addition to corporations, which were the only organizations recognized in 2010 as awardees. The cement industry, out of the 38 industry associations under FPI, won two (2) out of four (4) outstanding awards. These are in the areas of Waste Management and Corporate Social Responsibility. In addition, a CeMAP member won the corporate award in the area of Waste Management while another member was the corporation behind the LGU that won an outstanding award, also in the area of Waste Management. The second initiative in the area of Sustainable Development was the CeMAP documentation of out- standing practices in solid waste management of a model LGU. This is a tri-partite effort involving the govern- ment (National Solid Waste Commission of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources), a non- government organization (Earth Day Network), and CeMAP. The study is now used as a reference by the na- tional government in encouraging LGUs to adopt and implement sustainable solid waste management prac- tices in their localities. The thrust of the national government towards zero waste is possible through the assistance of the cement industries in the co-processing of residual waste. In the area of Product Standards, CeMAP gained the support of both the construction industry sec- tor and the government to the need for mandatory standards not only for cement but also for concrete, as well as inputs to concrete (e.g., fly ash). CeMAP, together with the Concrete Industry Association, succeeded in getting the Department of Trade and Industry’s Technical Committee on Concrete to recommend that spe- cific concrete standards be mandatory. CeMAP also invited an ASTM expert to identify the proper use of ASTM standards. The ASTM stand- ard currently applied in the Philippines should make it more suitable to the Philippine condition. This is done in the USA, where ASTM, in some states, is modified and applied in different ways, depending on the individ-2
  • 3. CeMAP 2011 Annual Reportual state’s needs and unique environment. Similar modifications are done in Asian countries because theydifferent situations. In the Philippines, while this is done in the private sector projects, we are now having theASTM modified and accepted in public sector projects. CeMAP is the only Proficiency Testing provider for cement laboratories in the Philippines and theASEAN region. In 2011, it held the 3rd Round of Cement Laboratories Proficiency Testing Scheme. A total of 26cement laboratories (12 member laboratories, 1 private laboratory, and 13 government (DPWH) laboratories)participated in the said program. This helps ensure that cement sold in the Philippines is of high quality andsafe for consumers. In the area of Public Policy and Legislative Advocacy, CeMAP initiated the Industry Sector Plan. In ad-dition, it helped formulate the “Co-Governance Policies” approved in principle by President Aquino in collabo-ration with the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), Federation of Philippine Industry (FPI),and the Joint Foreign Chambers of Commerce and Industry. CeMAP continued to monitor and take actionagainst sub-standard local and imported cement and undervalued cement imports through FPI. This was doneby FPI in coordination with the Bureau of Customs (BOC), Bureau of Product Standards (BPS), and the Philip-pine Product Safety and Quality Foundation (PPSQF). In the area of Health and Safety, CeMAP intensified its promotion of the best health and safety prac-tices in the workplace. The consolidated health and safety data of CeMAP members show global excellence onsafety performance. With a total of more than four thousand direct employees, the CeMAP members showeda drop in the 15 Loss Time Injuries (LTI) in 2008 to 6 in 2011. The LTI frequency rate, therefore, of 1.4 in 2008was cut in more than half to 0.6 in 2011. The number of Calendar days lost went down from 349 in 2008 toonly 42 in 2011. In the area of Power Generation and Distribution, CeMAP discussed the Time of Use or TOU rates,Open Access, and of Renewable Energy (hydro, geothermal, wind, solar, ocean energy) with its members. Ittook position on these issues and advocated these positions with relevant government agencies. Amidst the challenges that the cement industry is facing at present, CeMAP is looking forward tomeeting the anticipated cement demand in 2012. It will continue to make contributions to industry growth,sustainable development, and improved product quality in 2012. ERNESTO M. ORDOÑEZ President3
  • 4. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report CONTENTS 1 Message from the President _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 2-3 2 Directory of CeMAP Members _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5-10 Cemex Philippines Group of Companies _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5 Solid Cement Corporation _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5 Apo Cement Corporation _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 5 Holcim Philippines, Inc. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 6 Lafarge Cement Services Phillippines Companies _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7 Republic Cement Corp. – Bulacan Plant _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7 Republic Cement Corp. – Norzagaray Plant _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 7 Republic Cement Corp. – Batangas Plant _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 8 Republic Cement Corp. – Teresa Plant _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 8 Iligan Cement/Mindanao Portland Cement Corporation _ _ 9 Northern Cement Corporation _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 9 Pacific Cement Philippines Inc. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 10 Taiheiyo Cement Philippines Inc. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 10 3 Tables and Figures _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 11-14 Figure 1. Total Sales & Imports of Cement (2001-2011) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 11 Table 1. Capacity, Production, Sales and Consumption (2001-2011) _ 11 Figure 2. Total Cement Imports (2001-2011) _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 12 Table 2. Total Cement Imports (2001-2011) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 12 Figure 3. Total Cement Exports (2001-2011) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 13 Table 3. Total Cement Exports (2001-2011) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 13 Figure 4. Growth Rates: Public versus Private Construction (2008-2011)_ 14 Table 4. Gross Value of Construction Investments (2008-2011) _ _ _ _ 14 Table 5. Annual Growth Rates of Construction (2008 -2011) _ _ _ _ _ _ 14 4 CeMAP Office _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 15 Our Vision _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 15 Our Mission _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 15 Goals _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 15 Board of Directors _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 15 Committees _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 154
  • 5. CeMAP 2011 Annual ReportCEMAP MEMBERS DIRECTORY CEMEX PHILIPPINES GROUP OF COMPANIES Solid Cement Corporation Office Address: 8th Floor, Petron Mega Plaza, Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City, Philippines Plant Locations : Antipolo City, Rizal Binangonan, Rizal Contact Person: Ms. Erlinda Lizardo Public Relations Manager Telephone Nos. : +(63 2) 849-3600; 849-3700 Fax Nos.: +(63 2) 849-3619; 849-3679 Website: www.cemex.com.ph E-mails: erlinda.lizardo@cemex.com cemexphilippines@cemex.com Products Brand Type Island Type 1 CEMEX is the only eco-labeled cement Apo Type 1 company in the Philippines. Its APO Ce- Rizal Type 1P ment Plant in Naga, Cebu has received the Apo Premium Type 1P International Management System Certifi- Apo Pozzolan Type P cation including ISO 9001:2008 , ISO ·Palitada King Masonry 14001:2004 & OHSAS 18001:2007. Apo Cement Corporation Office Address: APO Cement Plant Compound, Tina-an, Naga City, Cebu Contact Person: Ms. Erlinda Lizardo Public Relations Manager Telephone Nos. : +(63 2) 849-3600; 849-3700 Fax Nos.: +(63 2) 849-3619; 849-3679 Website: www.cemex.com.ph E-mails: erlinda.lizardo@cemex.com cemexphilippines@cemex.com Products Brand Type Island Type 1 Apo Type 1 Rizal Type 1P Its Solid Cement Plant located in Baran- Apo Premium Type 1P gay San Jose, Antipolo City has received Apo Pozzolan Type P numerous international certifications in- Palitada King Masonry cluding ISO 9001:2001, ISO 4001:2004, ISO 18001:2007 and ISO 17025.5
  • 6. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Holcim Philippines, Inc. Office Address: 7th Floor, Two World Square, Mckinley Hill, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City Contact Person: Ma. Socorro Prado Vice President – Corporate Communications Telephone No.: +63 2 459 3333 Fax No.: +63 2 459 3444 Website: http://www.holcim.com/ph All Holcim Philippines Inc. cement E-mail Address: masocorro.prado@holcim.com plants have received the following International Certifications: QMS: ISO Plant Address: 9001:2008, EMS: ISO 14001:2004, & La Union Plant HSMS: OHSAS 18001:2007. Quirino, Bacnotan, La Union Bulacan Plant Matictic, Norzagaray, Bulacan Lugait Plant Lugait, Misamis Oriental Davao Plant Bo. Ilang, Davao City Products: Brand Type Holcim Premium Type 1 Holcim 4X (bulk) Type 1 Holcim WallRight Masonry T-S Holcim Excel Type 1P Holcim Super Durable Type 116
  • 7. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report LAFARGE ASSOCIATED COMPANIES Republic Cement Corporation Bulacan Plant Office Address: 25th Floor, Salcedo Tower, 169 H. V. Dela Costa Street Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines Contact Person: Cirilo M. Pestaño II Vice President - Communications Telephone No.: +(63 2) 885-4599 / 238-9881 Fax No.: +(63 2) 815-2668 / 815-2678 E-mail: cirilo.pestano@ph.lafarge.com Plant Address: Barrio Minuyan, Norzagaray, Bulacan Products: Brand Type Republic Type I (bag & bulk) Republic Type IP The Bulacan Plant of Republic Cement Republic Type P Corporation (RCC), a Lafarge associ- Republic Type II ated company has received interna- tional certifications. QMS: ISO 9001: 2000, EMS: ISO 14001: 2004, HSMS: OSHAS 18001: 2007 Republic Cement Corporation Norzagaray Plant Office Address: 25th Floor, Salcedo Tower, 169 H. V. Dela Costa Street Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines Contact Person: Cirilo M. Pestaño II Vice President - Communications Telephone No.: +(63 2) 885-4599 / 238-9881 Fax No.: +(63 2) 815-2668 / 815-2678 E-mail: cirilo.pestano@ph.lafarge.com Plant Address: Barrio Bigte, Norzagaray, Bulacan Products: Brand Type The Norzagaray Plant of Republic Cement Republic Type I (bag & bulk) Corporation (RCC), a Lafarge associated Republic Type IP company has received international certifi- cations. QMS: ISO 9001: 2000, EMS: ISO 14001: 2004, HSMS: OSHAS 18001: 20077
  • 8. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Republic Cement Corporation Batangas Plant Office Address: 25th Floor, Salcedo Tower, 169 H. V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City, Philippines Contact Person: Cirilo M. Pestaño II Vice President - Communications Telephone No.: +(63 2) 885-4599 / 238-9881 Fax No.: +(63 2) 815-2668 / 815-2678 E-mail: cirilo.pestano@ph.lafarge.com Plant Address: Mapulo, Taysan, Batangas Products: Brand Type Fortune Type I (bag & bulk) Fortune Type 1P The Batangas Plant of Republic Cement Corporation (RCC), a Lafarge associated company has received international certifi- cations. QMS: ISO 9001: 2000, EMS: ISO 14001: 2004, HSMS: OSHAS 18001: 2007 Republic Cement Corporation Teresa Plant Office Address: Barangay Dulumbayan, Teresa, Rizal Contact Person: Cirilo M. Pestaño II Vice President - Communications Telephone No.: +(63 2) 885-4599 / 238-9881 Fax No.: +(63 2) 815-2668 / 815-2678 E-mail: cirilo.pestano@ph.lafarge.com Plant Address: Barangay Dulumbayan, Teresa, Rizal Products: Brand Type Republic Type IP Republic Type 1 (bulk) The Teresa Plant of Republic Cement Cor- poration (RCC), a Lafarge associated company has received international certi- fications. QMS: ISO 9001: 2000, EMS: ISO 14001: 2004, HSMS: OSHAS 18001: 20078
  • 9. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Iligan Cement Corporation/ Mindanao Portland Cement Corporation Office Address: 25th Floor, Salcedo Tower, 169 H. V. Dela Costa Street, Salcedo Village Makati City, Philippines Contact Person: Cirilo M. Pestaño II Vice President - Communications Telephone No.: +(63 2) 885-4599 / 238-9881 Fax No.: +(63 2) 815-2668 / 815-2678 E-mail: cirilo.pestano@ph.lafarge.com Plant Address: Barrio Kiwalan, Iligan City Products: Brand Type Mindanao Type I Mindanao Type IP The plant of Iligan Cement Corporation Mindanao Type P (ICC), a Lafarge associated company has received international certifiac- tiobns. QMS: ISO 9001: 2000, EMS 14001: 2004, HSMS: OSHAS 18001:2007 Northern Cement CorporationOffice Address: 5th Floor, ECJ Condominium, Real corner Arzobispo Streets, Intramuros, Manila City, PhilippinesContact Person: Richard Sebastian Vice-President for MarketingTelephone Nos.: +(63 2) 527-8281; 527-1924Fax Nos.: +(63 2) 527-3931; 527-5422E-mail: risebastian@ncc.com.phPlant Address: Northern Cement Plant, Barrio Labayug, Sison, PangasinanProducts: Brand Type Northern Type I Northern Cement Corporation, Pangasinan, (4,000 TPD) has received international certi- fications ISO 9002:1994, ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:19999
  • 10. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Pacific Cement Philippines, Inc. Office Address: 3rd Floor BMMC Building, 143 Dela Rosa corner Adelantado Sts., Legazpi Village, Makati City 1229, Philippines Contact Person: Jose Ramon V. Cortes Chairman and CEO Ma. Luisa V. Cortes Vice Chairman Telephone No.: +(63 2) 887-1111; 887-1118 Fax No.: +(63 2) 887-1119 Website: www.pacemco.com E-mail pacemco@pldtdsl.net dongc@pldtdsl.net Plant Address: ·Pacific Cement Plant, Km. 11 Pacific Cement Philippines, Inc., whose plant is Surigao del Norte, Philippines located in Surigao City, has a design capacity of 850 TPD clinker production and cement pro- duction capacity of 300,000 TPA. The compa- Products: ny’s Integrated Management System for Quality Brand Type and Environment is certified to ISO 9001:2008 Pacific Extra Super Type 1 and ISO 14001:2004. Pacific Pozzolan Type P Pacific Super Portland Plus Type 1P Taiheiyo Cement Philippines, Inc.Office Address: 11th Floor Insular Life Cebu Business Centre, Cebu Business Park Cebu City 6000, PhilippinesContact Person: Mr. Nilo Yap Environment and Safety Dept. Senior ManagerTelephone No.: +(63 32) 230 7333Fax No.: +(63 32) 230 7300Website: www.taiheiyo-cement.com.phE-mail: nryap@taiheiyo-cement.com.phPlant Address: Taiheiyo Cement Philippines Inc., TAIHEIYO CEMENT PHILIPPINES, INC.s plant in South Poblacion, San Fernando, 6018 Cebu San Fernando, Cebu is internationally-certifiedProducts: to ISO 9001:2008 (Quality Management Sys- Brand Type tem), ISO 14001:2004 (Environmental Manage- Grand Portland Type 1 ment System) and OHSAS 18001:2007 Grand Premium Type 1P (Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Grand Pozzolan Type P Series). All these are affirmations of the com- panys commitment to quality, productivity, Grand Masonry Type M efficiency, environmental protection and em- ployees health and safety.10
  • 11. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Figure 1. Total Sales and Imports of Cement (’000 MT), 2001-2011 Table 1. Capacity, Production, Sales, and Consumption of Cement (‘000 MT), 2001-2011 Total Total Total Demand Kiln Grinding Total Sales Consumption Year Capacity Capacity Production (Local sales + Imports) 2001 18,847 26,369 11,378 11,345 11,714 2002 18,847 26,369 13,397 13,298 12,601 2003 18,847 26,369 13,067 13,090 12,120 2004 18,847 26,369 13,057 12,991 12,184 2005 18,847 26,369 12,368 12,523 11,585 2006 18,847 26,369 12,033 12,195 11,714 2007 18,847 26,369 13,048 13,066 13,011 2008 18,847 26,369 13,369 14,674 13,217 2009 19,547 26,369 14,865 14,666 14,469 2010 19,547 25,886 15,900 15,449 15,450 2011 21,047 26,911 16,063 15,595 15,625 Consumption: Domestic Sales plus Imports11
  • 12. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Figure 2. Total Cement Imports, 2001-2011 (in Metric Tons) Table 2. Total Cement Imports, 2001-2011 (in Metric Tons) Origin 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Taiwan 662,200 - - - - - - Indone- 1,260,080 144,000 - - - - - - - sia Japan 305,900 161,600 9,700 12,705 116,302 230,750 254,800 99,000 China 5,000 - - - - 12,945 47,203 14,301 26 30,000 Mexico - - - - - - - - -Vietnam 550 Others - 32,000 - - - - 1,000 (6)TOTAL 2,233,180 337,600 9,700 12,705 116,302 243,695 302,003 113,301 1,000 576 30,00012
  • 13. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Figure 3. Total Cement Exports, 2001-2011 (in Metric Tons) Table 3. Total Cement Exports, 2001-2011 (in Metric Tons) Origin 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Taiwan 830,048 122,946 134,031 - - - - - 546 USA 379,769 226,064 244,800 295,976 281,586 - - 100,956 43,500 Nigeria 215,287 176,000 174,928 133,344 387,188 - 133,817 - 90,500Singapore 129,902 27,000 - - - - - 1,208 906Mauritius - 27,500 190,772 189,045 236,074 385,187 35,559 113,111Others (6) 308,981 455,131 235,902 201,209 149,136 339,364 187,195 332,979 61,193 338,000 331,000 TOTAL 1,863,987 1,034,641 980,433 819,574 1,053,984 724,551 356,571 548,254 196,645 338,000 331,00013
  • 14. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Figure 4. Growth Rates: Public versus Private Construction, 2008-2011 Table 4. Gross Value of Construction Investments, 2008-2011 (in Million Pesos at Constant Prices) Industry/ 2008 2009 Industry Group 2010 2011 Public 116,752 138,580 144,247 101,902 Private 294,289 279,128 346,413 368,400 Gross Value 411,041 417,708 490,660 470,302 Table 5. Annual Growth Rates of Construction, 2008-2011 (in Million Pesos at Constant Prices) Industry Group 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 Public 18.7% 4.1% -29.4% Private -5.2% 24.1% 6.3% Gross Value 1.6% 17.5% -4.1% Source: National Statistical Coordination Board (NCSB) Report as of January 201114
  • 15. CeMAP 2011 Annual Report Our Vision CeMAP Office An organization that is committed to make 01 Corporal Cruz St. corner E. Rodri- the cement industry a growing and sustaina- guez Jr. Avenue, Bagong Ilog, Pasig ble partner in nation building, by ensuring that City 1600 Philippines high quality cement is produced. Telefax Nos.: +(63 2) 671-7585, 671-75- 86 Our Mission E-mail: cementinfo@cemap.org.ph Website: www.cemap.org.ph Promote the cement industry as: A key partner in contributing to infrastructure development and economic growth; An effective advocate for all members of the Philippine cement industry; A responsive organization in addressing indus- try-wide issues; A foundation for stronger, more stable rela- tionships among all stakeholders of the Philip- pine cement industry. Goals To make the cement industry a leader in Phil- ippine industry in four areas: 1. World-class and environment-friendly tech- nologies and products; 2. Management Systems; 3. Corporate Social Responsibility; 4. Health and Safety. Board of Directors 2010Chair: Francisco L. VirayPresident: Ernesto M. OrdoñezTreasurer: Veralynn A. JoromoCorporateSecretary: Vicente B. Castillo IIIBoard CeMAP CommitteesMembers: Magdaleno Albaraccin Ma. Allen Arbis Paul Arcenas Committees Chairs Satoshi Asami Don Lee Public Policy and External Robert Mallillin Relations Pedro Palomino Pedro Palomino Sustainable Development Don Lee Cirilo Pestaño Product Standards Roland Wijnen Renato Sunico Knowledge Group on Roland Wijnen Robert Mallillin Power15

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