Turnover: 15.6 billion USD (2022)

Country: Mexico

Cemex (acronym of Cementos Mexicanos, French: Ciments mexicains) is a building materials company headquartered in Mexico, with a sizeable market share in countries such as Venezuela (50%) and France (19%). Cemex ranks behind Lafarge and Holcim in cement production, but is world leader in concrete production. Cemex is present in various parts of the world, with a particularly strong presence in Mexico, the United States and Europe. Cemex employed nearly 40,000 people in 2018. Cemex is included in the IPC index of the Mexican Stock Exchange. Its head office is located in Monterrey, Mexico.

Like its direct competitors, Cemex is active in cement, concrete (a cement derivative) and aggregates. unlike its competitors, however, concrete accounts for as much of its sales as cement (40%).


Modernization of West Paris ports 06/10/2023

  • Cemex supplies building materials and has 260 sites in France, including 11 ports in the Paris region.
  • The project to modernize the industrial site at the Port de Point du Jour in Paris required an investment of 12.5 million euros and fourteen months' work.
  • The site handles 350,000 tonnes of materials every year, equivalent to 10,000 trucks.
  • The site is supported by a fleet of 100 barges that transport materials by river to Normandy.
  • Every year, the Paris reach loads 2 million tonnes of goods, avoiding the passage of almost 100,000 trucks.

Studies mentioning this company

The ready-mix concrete market - France

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  • Unibéton (Heidelberg group)
  • Chavigny Groupe
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  • BHR Beton
  • Rector Lesage
  • Alkern Groupe
  • Vicat Groupe
  • Socli (Heidelberg group)
  • EQIOM Bétons (CRH Group)
  • Béton Solutions Mobiles (BSM)
  • Maison Bleue Beton
  • Matière TP Groupe
  • Edycem (Herige groupe)

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