CEMATRIX announces the renewal of joint marketing and cement supply agreements with Lafarge Canada
Published by Emily Thomas,
CEMATRIX Corporation has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, CEMATRIX (Canada) Inc. has renewed its joint marketing agreement and cement supply agreement with Lafarge Canada Inc. for another five years.
The agreements support the joint development of the Canadian cellular concrete market with the ongoing objective of increasing cellular concrete sales to the mutual benefit of both parties.
“This continues to be a beneficial relationship for both parties,” stated Mr. Kendrick, President and CEO of CEMATRIX. “Cellular concrete is an emerging market opportunity that is clearly evident. Lafarge formally supports CEMATRIX in the development of our Canadian market, which has provided assistance to the company in the United States because of this long-standing relationship.”
“Lafarge and CEMATRIX have worked together seamlessly throughout Canada,” stated Cory Cannon, Vice President of Sales and Logistics, Western Canada. “The extension of these agreements is a natural result of the joint successes we have experienced on numerous projects with the full expectation that this relationship will only continue to grow into the future.”
“CEMATRIX and Lafarge plan to continue to expand on these successes by committing sufficient resources to furthering cellular concrete markets and cement sales throughout Canada,” continued Mr. Kendrick. “Both parties are also exploring the potential for joint research projects and the continued testing of alternative materials for the mutual benefit of our companies and the benefit of our environment. This is consistent with the commitment of both parties to be net zero in CO2 emissions by 2030.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/26082021/cematrix-announces-the-renewal-of-joint-marketing-and-cement-supply-agreements-with-lafarge-canada/
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