HeidelbergCement Georgia meets European standards in all its fields of management and production activities. The company is working according to 3 pillars on sustainable development: Economy, Ecology and social responsibility. New filters installation, scientific project “Quarry Life Award”, charitable event “TbilisiMarathon”, waste management – all this are in response to HeidelbergCement mission and sustainable development guideline.

Organization: HeidelbergCement
Sector: construction; Cement; Concrete
Ownership: Private enterprise / large
Year of establishment: 2006
Contact Person: Nino Tkemaladze
Web-pages: www.heidelbergcement.ge

HeidelbergCement Group is one of the world’s largest integrated manufacturers of building materials with leading market positions in aggregates, cement, and ready-mixed concrete as well as other downstream activities. The company employs 63,000 people at more than 3000 production sites in around 60 countries on five continents.

HeidelbergCement is a leading brand on the Georgian cement and concrete markets. The company supplies cement and concrete to nearly every major construction project in Georgia.

The company has been active in Georgia since 2006, and to date has made more than 200 million Euro investments that were mainly oriented on existing cement plants modernization and expansion in the concrete business line. The company employs more than 1200 people in Georgia.

Today, the company operates 3 cement plants in Kaspi and Rustavi, a cement terminal in Poti and a cement grinding plant in Supsa. The total capacity of cement production reaches 2 million tons.

The cement business of the company is supported by a strong network of 13 ready-mixed concrete plants that produce more than 800.000 m³ concrete per year. Sand and aggregates for the concrete is partly supplied by two own aggregate pits in Batumi and Tbilisi.

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