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GCCA membership expands to 20 companies

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Asian and North American cement companies are the latest to join the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA). The total number of member companies has now reached 20.

The GCCA is dedicated to driving responsible leadership in the cement and concrete manufacturing, globally.

As of September, new members include the Mexico based Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua SAB de CV (GCC), Israel’s Nesher Israel Cement Enterprises Ltd, Shree Cement in India, and the Taiwan-based Taiwan Cement Corp.

The growing list of affiliates includes Cámara Nacional del Cemento in Mexico, Federación Interamericana del Cemento in Colombia, and the Union of Cement Producers in Russia.

“It is encouraging to see positive momentum in the growth of the association with members throughout the world,” said Alber Manifold, CEO of CRH plc and President of the GCCA. “As the authoritative voice for the sector, we look forward to bringing the industry together in November at the GCCA Symposium in London to discuss future trends and global priorities for our industry.”

Other members of the GCCA include the following: Buzzi Unicem, Cementos Argos, Cementos Pacasmayo, CEMEX, Çimsa Çimento, CNMB, Dangote, Eurocement, HeidelbergCement, LafargeHolcim, SCG Cement, Taiheiyo, Titan Cement, Ultratech, and Votorantim.

Further applications for membership and affiliate status have also been received and are currently being processed.

Launched in early 2018, the GCCA is dedicated to developing and strengthening the cement and concrete sector’s contribution to sustainable construction.

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