Shwe Taung Building Materials is the industry leader in Myanmar for the supply of building materials, and the manufacturing and supply of cement, concrete and related services. We are Myanmar’s first ISO (9001:2000) certified company in the ready-mixed concrete industry, and have been awarded EDGE certification for workplace gender equality. By producing international-standard building materials locally, we lower the cost of national development in Myanmar, and help create solutions for smarter growth.
How We Provide Solutions for Sustainable Development
HIGH-QUALITY, LOW-COST CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS
We reduce the cost of national development by manufacturing international quality cement and concrete locally. Our ISO certification is based on compliance to the latest international standards to meet the demand for high-end residential and commercial developments
of concrete manufactured per annum and growing
SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION
Local production of cement and concrete reduces dependency on imports, and lowers the cost of construction. The cost-effective and efficient supply of materials to Myanmar’s construction industry means that more housing projects are able to use cement instead of wood and bamboo, which helps to reduce deforestation and fire hazards.
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COST-EFFECTIVE CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS
In addition to world-class affordable cement and concrete, our pre-cast production capabilities also improve efficiency and time-to-market for construction projects. Our commitment to serve the Myanmar market with on-time delivery helps to bring critical infrastructure closer to the community.
pre-cast manufacturers in Myanmar
Top 5 Manufacturer in Cement Sector
Largest Market Share in the Concrete Sector
Shwe Taung Cement Company Limited, part of Shwe Taung Building Materials and managed by Kyaw Naing Soe , is undertaking a brownfield expansion of its cement plant in Pyi Nyaung Village, Thazi Township, Mandalay. The project involves a USD15 million equity investment and a USD20 million loan from IFC. IFC will also provide support to mobilise additional debt and equity for the company. Please refer to the Summary of Investment Information and Environmental & Social Review Summary below for more details.