Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies signs a partnership agreement with Podeliha
Published by Emily Thomas,
Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, a pioneer in clinker-free low-carbon cement, has announced the signing of a partnership agreement with Podeliha, a benchmark operator in the field of social housing and part of the Action Logement group.
Podeliha, which manages more than 26 000 rental homes in the Pays de la Loire region of western France, is a player committed to reducing the construction sector’s carbon footprint. The aim of the agreement signed with Hoffmann Green Cement is to highlight, promote and prescribe clinker-free low-carbon cement.
This partnership materialises Podeliha’s commitment to supporting the development of efficient low-carbon buildings and its policy of innovation and promoting local know-how serving a more environmentally friendly construction offer.
Julien Blanchard and David Hoffmann, co-founders of Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, say: “We are delighted with the signing of this partnership, which is beneficial both for Hoffmann Green Cement’s current sales momentum and more broadly for the development of low-carbon solutions within the construction sector in the Pays de la Loire region. Podeliha is a leading reference in social housing in the region. The promotion of clinker-free low-carbon cement among construction players and those within Podeliha’s ecosystem will substantially bolster Hoffmann Green’s development in this region. This agreement also proves that it is possible to combine social accommodation and high environmental quality in the construction sector.”
Gonzague Noyelle, Podeliha’s Managing Director, adds: “The purpose of this agreement is to build and promote efficient buildings with a low carbon footprint in the Pays de la Loire region. As a company with a general interest mission, we are proud of this partnership with Hoffmann Green Cement that gives us an opportunity to immediately apply our commitments with regard to environmental responsibility, promoting local know-how and innovation.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/21062021/hoffmann-green-cement-technologies-signs-a-partnership-agreement-with-podeliha/
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