EUROCEMENT group is an international industrial Holding company and Russia's leading producer of construction materials; it is included in the list of companies which form the backbone of Russian industry, as approved by decision of the Government of the Russian Federation on February 5, 2015. EUROCEMENT group is one of the top five biggest cement companies in the world; it has a total of 19 cement plants in Russia, Ukraine and Uzbekistan, as well as plants for the manufacturing of concrete and reinforced concrete, and quarries for the mining of aggregates. The companies of EUROCEMENT group have a combined production capacity of more than 59 million tons of cement and more than 11 million m3 of concrete. Its reserves amount to more than 5.5 billion tons. More than 20,000 people are employed by the Holding company within its various companies.
EUROCEMENT group has a network of 42 regional sales branches, enabling it to deliver cement in bulk and bagged cement by road, rail and water transport, to customers in Russia, the CIS and the Baltic states, within an extremely short period of time. More than 300 million people are consumers of the products made by EUROCEMENT group.
By supplying construction materials to major infrastructure sites, EUROCEMENT group Holding company is changing the look of contemporary towns and cities. The Holding company's capacity enables it to construct up to 100 million m2 of residential housing and 70 million m2 of industrial facilities, and lay 20,000 km of roads. The construction materials produced by EUROCEMENT group are being used to erect residential buildings, infrastructure for industry and roads, sports, social and cultural venues, including the runways at Pulkovo and Kazan airports, the Plesetsk and Baikonur cosmodromes, metro stations in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Samara, Olympic venues in Sochi, stadiums for the football World Cup in 2018, high-rise office blocks in Moscow City, the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow and a host of other buildings.