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CeraTech enters MEA markets

High quality cement alternative to Portland Cement

 

CeraTech a producer of carbon neutral cements for concrete, has announced an agreement to expand operations into the Middle East and Africa.

CeraTech a producer of carbon neutral cements for concrete, has announced an agreement to expand operations into the Middle East and Africa.

CeraTech a producer of carbon neutral cements for concrete, has announced an agreement to expand operations into the Middle East and Africa.

The company has entered into a license agreement with CeraTech ME&A, Ltd., a newly formed, separately owned and operated company. The company has been granted the exclusive rights to manufacture, market, and sell CeraTech’s durable and environmentally-friendly cements.

CeraTech’s system promises a carbon neutral cement system that replaces Portland Cement. CeraTech will provide technical support and ongoing product development and research to the region.

“Establishing an independent licensing agreement in the Middle East and Africa is an important step for our company,” said Jon Hyman, CEO of CeraTech Inc.

“ME&A has the ability to provide what is essentially a zero carbon construction material to fast growing markets in countries outside the United States.”

The cement incorporates 95% recycled fly ash and 5% proprietary liquid additives. Laurent Delifer, CEO of CeraTech ME&A, said that the technology is “uniquely positioned” to meet the high growth demand for construction materials in the Middle East and Africa regions.

“Our product satisfies both government and private corporation concerns for sustainability and meets the stringent standards set by oil and gas companies.”

“Countries in our markets are at the very early stage of establishing green building practices. The ability to offer cement with a virtually zero carbon footprint and that uses much less water gives us a very strong competitive advantage as well. We will be working closely with current cement producers and key players in the ecosystem to establish markets throughout the Middle East and Africa.”

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