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Ave. Ricardo Margain 325

Garza Garcia, NL 66265

Mexico

Phone: 52 81 8888 8888

Fax: 52 81 8888 4483

million tons of cementitious materials, including 8.5 million tons of cement and clinker. Approximately 79% of the cement and clinker trading volume in 2013 consisted of exports from its operations in Costa Rica, Croatia, the Dominican Republic, Germany, Guatemala, Latvia, Mexico, the Philippines, Poland, Puerto Rico, Spain, the United Arab Emirates and the United States. The remaining approximately 21% was purchased from third parties in countries, such as Colombia, Greece, Honduras, India, Ireland, Italy Jamaica, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Turkey, the United States and Vietnam. As of December 31, 2013, the company had trading activities in 108 countries. In 2013, it traded approximately 1 million metric tons of granulated blast furnace slag, a non-clinker cementitious material. Business Strategy The company seeks to continue to improve its overall business by growing profitably through its integrated positions along the cement value chain and maximizing its overall performance by employing the various strategies, including focusing on its core business of cement, ready-mix concrete and aggregates; and providing its customers with the best value proposition. Customers The primary end-users of cement in each region in which the company operates vary but include, among others, wholesalers, ready-mix concrete producers, industrial customers, and contractors in bulk. Additionally, sales of bagged cement to individuals for self-construction and other basic needs are a significant component of the retail sector. The end-users of ready-mix concrete include homebuilders, commercial and industrial building contractors and road builders. Major end-users of aggregates include ready-mix concrete producers, mortar producers, general building contractors and those engaged in road building activity, asphalt producers, and concrete product producers. Competition The company’s principal competitors in the United States are Holcim Ltd. (Holcim), Lafarge S.A. (Lafarge), Buzzi-Unicem, Heidelberg Cement, and Ash Grove Cement. Its main competitors in the ready-mix concrete market in France include Lafarge, Holcim, Italcementi and Vicat. The company’s main competitors in the aggregates market in France include Lafarge, Italcementi, Colas (Bouygues) and Eurovia (Vinci). The company’s primary competitors in the United Kingdom are Lafarge Tarmac (a joint venture formed in early 2013), Heidelberg Cement, Aggregate Industries (a subsidiary of Holcim) and Hope Construction Materials, a new integrated player owned by Mittal Investments and formed from enforced divestments by Lafarge and Tarmac when they created Lafarge Tarmac. The company’s primary competitors in the cement market in Germany are Heidelberg Cement, Dyckerhoff AG (a subsidiary of Buzzi-Unicem), Lafarge, Holcim and Schwenk. Its main competitors in the ready-mix concrete and aggregates markets in the Republic of Ireland are CRH plc and the Kilsaran Group. The company’s primary competitors in the cement, ready-mix concrete and aggregates markets in Poland are Heidelberg Cement, Lafarge, CRH plc and Dyckerhoff AG, Miebach. Its main competitors in the cement, ready-mix concrete and aggregates markets in the Czech Republic are Heidelberg Cement, Dyckerhoff AG, Holcim, Skanska and Lafarge. The company’s main competitors in the ready-mix concrete and aggregates markets in Austria are Asamer, Lafarge, Lasselsberger, Strabag SE and Wopfinger. Its main competitors in the ready-mix concrete and aggregates markets in Hungary are Heidelberg Cement, Holcim, Frissbeton (Strabag SE) and Lasselsberger. The company’s primary competitors in the cement market in Croatia are Nexe and Holcim. The company’s principal competitors in the Dominican Republic are Domicem; Cementos Cibao; Cemento Colón; Cementos Santo Domingo; Cementos Andinos; and Cementos Estrella. The company’s major competitors in the Philippine cement market include Lafarge, Holcim, Taiheiyo, Pacific, Northern, Goodfound, Mabuhay and Eagle. The company has two primary competitors, Cementos Argos, which has established a position in the Colombian Caribbean coast, Antioquia and Southwest region markets; and its o

 

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