Currently, Semen Indonesia has a production capacity of approximately 25 million tons of cement per year. After purchasing the Myanmar factory, its capacity should be elevated to 26 million tons per year.

Semen Indonesia is also focused on expanding its domestic production capacity. By 2016, it aims to open new factories in Rembang (Cental Java) and Padang (the Indarung VI plant in West Sumatra). Together, these two plants cost USD $716 million in investments.

Semen Indonesia, previously known as Semen Gresik, is Indonesia's largest cement producer. The company, which forms the holding company for Semen Gresik, Semen Padang and Semen Tonasa, has cement plants on the islands of Java, Sumatra and Sulawesi. The Indonesian government owns a 51 percent stake in the company.