PENDEN CEMENT AUTHORITY LIMITED (PCAL)


CORPORATE OFFICE AND BUSINESS UNIT: GOMTU
DZONGKHAG: SAMTSE, BHUTAN

EPABX: 00975-5-371013/14/34, FAX: 00975-5-371015/70; Post Box No. 79
Phuentsholing Depot Tel: 00975-5-252883, Fax: 00975-5-252885; Gelephu Depot Tel: 00975-6-251605,
Fax: 00975-6-251621; Samdrup Jongkhar Depot Tel: 00975-7-251790, Fax: 00975-7-251791
www.pendencement.bt (We are also on Facebook and Instagram)


Company Profile

Penden Cement Authority Limited (PCAL) is a Joint Sector Company incorporated under the Companies Act of the Kingdom of Bhutan. PCAL is a DHI Linked Company with about 40.33% shareholding.

PCAL was constituted as an undertaking of the Royal Government of Bhutan under the Royal Charter, in 1974. In 1977, the process of setting-up of a 300 TPD plant began at Gomtu and commercial production started in 1981.

The plant was optimized to a clinker production capacity of 1000 TPD in the year 2002 by adopting the improved technology and control system with minimum investment. In 2004, with the concept of the introduction of blended cement by using industrial wastes such as slag and fly ash, the capacity of cement production was further enhanced to 1650 TPD.

For a period spanning over 37 years, PCAL has served as the foundation in steering the country during the crucial industrialization and developmental phase.Since its inception, PCAL has embarked on a journey to continuously move from strength to strength with constant impetus in research and development, focus on new mining opportunities and other diverse enterprising avenues for the betterment of the company.

The main Quality Policy of the company is to comply with the requirements of customers to their satisfaction and continually improve the effectiveness of Quality Management System. The Quality Objectives of PCAL are to enhance customers' satisfaction by supplying consistent quality of cement and affecting deliveries just in time.


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Since its establishment, PCAL had been primarily in the business of manufacturing and selling cement. With the emergence of new challenges, particularly in the form of gradual depletion of limestone deposits, aging machinery and ever increasing market competition, both external and domestic, PCAL is constantly reviewing both the internal and external environments to re-position itself for growth and sustenance.