Achieved the highest ever sales and profit and consistently beat the Operating Plans and KPIs despite being challenged by highly adverse construction and cement market situation on top of major changes in the company after the departure of Holcim, the joint venture managing partner for over 15 years.
Create the superior, stand-alone organization post Holcim’s departure.
Acquired and set up the world most advance ERP system at that time – SAP HANA – through the collaboration with Accenture and many other leading suppliers, in order to gain long term sustainable competitive advantage.
It was the first launch of SAP HANA in heavy manufacturing industry in South East Asia and was implemented with the world record time of 9 months. SAP HANA at SCCC was a global showcase of both Accenture and SAP in the following year.
Partnered with various major consulting firms and suppliers to set up the world class standard of end-to-end key driving elements and systems of the enterprise from “Vision, Mission and Value”, code of conduct, accounting & finance, Route-to-Market & logistics, and procurement. As a result, over 600 mm baht saving was created in the first year from the improved efficiency with new system.
Joint ventured with a long-term Cambodian distributor to build a 9.7 billion baht cement plant in Cambodia. The plant was completed in 2017 and generated significant profit contribution to both partners.
Established Technical Learning Center focusing on the highest standard of training and certifying job competencies at the Saraburi Plant.
Established dual career paths (to develop clear career paths of both Management route and Technical route at the plant), Next Generation Leaders’ Career Visibility Program (to fast track the high performers), and Scholarship & Training recruitment program in Engineering Schools (to replace regular ad hoc hiring of new engineers).
First to receive “Green Industry Level 5 Award”, the highest level of achievement for environmental care and control provided by the Ministry of Industry, in 2014.
Was accepted in July 2015 to be a member of CSI (Cement Sustainability Initiatives) which is under the governance of WBCSD (World Business Council for Sustainable Development).