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Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies signs three-year cement supply contract with DEMATHIEU BARD

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Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies and DEMATHIEU BARD have announced the signing of a partnership contract for the supply of carbon-free cement for the next three years. Hoffmann Green Cement will supply DEMATHIEU BARD with carbon-free cement from 2022, using H-UKR and H-IONA technology.

As the development of a sustainable business depends on respect for people and their environment, this partnership with volume commitments reflects the desire of both companies to promote the construction of high-performance, eco-responsible buildings.

Julien Blanchard and David Hoffmann, co-founders of Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, said: “We are delighted to sign this supply contract with the DEMATHIEU BARD Group, a long-standing player in the construction and real estate environment and an innovator in terms of its actions to promote responsible and sustainable construction. This new partnership with one of the main players in the sector once again demonstrates the attractiveness of our technologies, including the latest one, H-IONA, and also represents a great opportunity to participate in large-scale projects from 2022.”

Franck Becherel, CEO of DEMATHIEU BARD Construction, adds: “This partnership is perfectly in line with our CSR and innovation approach and marks a major step in DEMATHIEU BARD's commitment to sustainable construction. The use of Hoffmann Green technologies allows us to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of our construction sites and to accelerate our transition to more environmentally friendly construction methods. This carbon-free cement will contribute to meeting the societal and environmental challenges of our sector, particularly those of the RE 2020 standard, and the concrete expectations of our customers who are increasingly concerned about limiting their carbon footprint. After obtaining the CSR label for Travaux Publics at the "Performant" level and the implementation of a partnership to promote the circular economy and reuse on our sites, this new contract supports DEMATHIEU BARD's desire to act for the ecological transition.”

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