Poland’s top building publication gives CEMEX its top award
Mar, 05 2012
(Poland) -- CEMEX has been awarded the Polish Hercules 2011, the most important and prestigious award in the Polish construction industry. The award is given by Builder magazine. Builder is the most popular magazine of the construction industry, has existed in the market for 15 years, and has a circulation of 10,000 copies.
CEMEX in Poland was awarded the title and the statue for special achievements, effective management of the company, and contributions to the development of the construction industry. Rüdiger Kuhn, President of CEMEX in Poland, was on hand to receive the award on behalf of the company.
The award ceremony was held on March 1 at the Prestigious Builder’s Gala, which gathered key representatives of business, construction and politics. During the IX edition of the competition, alongside the statues of Hercules, the title of the Polish Building Company of the Year and Builder's Laurels were awarded.
Among the criteria assessed for this award are the position of the entity in the industry and achievements in its background and innovation by introducing modern technologies and products, energy-efficient material solutions and effective management into the Polish market. The quality of a company’s products and services as well as their ability to fulfil customer’s needs are also taken into account.
CEMEX has been present in the Polish market since 2005. The company’s base in the country comprise two cement plants (Cement Plant Rudniki and Cement Plant Chelm), 41 concrete factories located across the country and 8 aggregate mines. The company is constantly improving production processes and introduces innovative building solutions and promotes a sustainable future. The Chelm cement plant has the distinction of meeting 76% of its energy needs through more ecological alternative fuels.
At a global level, CEMEX advances the well-being of those it serves through a relentless focus on continuous improvement and its efforts to promote a sustainable future.
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