A longtime leader in the cement manufacturing industry, Fauji Cement Company, headquartered in Rawalpindi, operates a cement plant at Jhang Bahtar, Tehsil Fateh Jang, District Attock in the province of Punjab. The Company has a strong and longstanding tradition of service, reliability, and quality that reaches back more than 15 years. Sponsored by Fauji Foundation, the Company was incorporated in Rawalpindi in 1992.
The cement plant operating in the Fauji Cement is one of the most efficient and best maintained in the Country and has an annual production capacity of 1.165 million tons of cement. The quality portland cement produced at this plant is the best in the Country and is preferred in the construction of highways, bridges, commercial and industrial complexes, residential homes, and a myriad of other structures, fundamental to Pakistan’s economic vitality and quality of life.
Erection & Commissioning of New Line with a Production capacity of 7200 TPD has been completed and Plant has started its production on 30th May 2011. The Plant is equipped with latest and state of the art equipment and is a great value addition in Pakistan Cement Industry. Major Equipment Suppliers are:
a. POLYSIUS Germany
b. LOESCHE GmBH Germany (Vertical Cement Mills)
c. Havor & Boecker Germany (Packing Plant)
d. ABB Switzerland (Electrical Equipment & PLC)
In pursuance of its commitment to produce cement under stringent environment friendly conditions, the Company has taken the lead by installing first ever Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) Processing Plant at a cost of Rs. 320 Million. This project acts as a beacon to the entire industrial sector of the Country towards an environment friendly production, RDF is not only providing economical fuel to the Company but also contributing towards solving the problem of Municipal Garbage Disposal. Minimum 300-400 tons of garbage is being lifted from each garbage dump located at Rawalpindi and Islamabad. In addition, the other important advantages include reduced use of fossil fuel, lowering of green house gases in the atmosphere and availability of compost fertilizer as a by product.