GCCA
Press release | 04 September 2018 | London

Companies sign up to join the Global Cement and Concrete Association

Membership expands to 16 companies with more to follow

The membership of the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) continues to grow with the addition of several new member companies from Europe, South America and Asia.

In August, the following cement and concrete companies joined the GCCA as Members:

Italy-based Buzzi Unicem
Colombia-based Cementos Argos
Peru-based Cementos Pacasmayo
Turkey-based Çimsa Çimento
Thailand-based SCG Cement
Greece-based Titan Cement

In addition, the GCCA has welcomed the US-based Portland Cement Association as an Affiliate.

Albert Manifold, Chief Executive Officer of CRH plc and GCCA President said:
“We are delighted to welcome further cement and concrete companies and like-minded organisations to the GCCA. The GCCA was set up to provide the authoritative global voice for this essential sector. With every new member, that voice becomes even stronger.”

The new members and affiliates join ten existing member companies: CEMEX, CNBM, CRH, Dangote, Eurocement, HeidelbergCement, LafargeHolcim, Taiheiyo, Ultratech and Votorantim.

Further applications for member and affiliate status have been received and are being processed.

About the GCCA
Launched in January 2018, the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA) is dedicated to developing and strengthening the sector’s contribution to sustainable construction. GCCA aims to foster innovation throughout the construction value chain in collaboration with industry associations as well as architects, engineers and innovators. In this way, the association demonstrates how concrete solutions can meet global construction challenges and sustainable development goals while showcasing responsible industrial leadership in the manufacture and use of cement and concrete. The GCCA is headquartered in London, England. It complements and supports the work done by associations at national and regional level.

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