Morocco

Our subsidiaries:

HeidelbergCement has been present in Morocco since the second half of 2016, when it purchased the Italcementi Group. In Morocco we operate through Ciments du Maroc with 3 cement plants in Aït Baha, Safi, and Marrakech, 2 grinding centres in Laâyoune and Jorf Lasfar, 4 quarries, and 26 concrete batching plants. Since the acquisition of Asmar in 1999, Ciments du Maroc (listed at the Casablanca Stock Exchange since 1969 and set up in 1992 through the merger of Cimasfi and Ciments d’Agadir) has been the second largest cement manufacturer in Morocco and has become the first Moroccan concrete producer through controlled Bétomar.

At the beginning of 2011, the new cement plant in Aït Baha has begun its operations. The annual production capacity is up to 2.2 million tonnes. Today, after the closure of the Agadir plant, the annual production capacity of Ciments du Maroc is about 3.3 million tonnes of clinker and 5.5 million tonnes of cement.

In 2011, the Group inaugurated a wind park in Laayoune, located in the area of the Indusaha grinding plant.

Ciments du Maroc has also strengthened its industrial network with the building of a grinding and shipping centre of cement in Jorf Lasfar, located 15 kilometres south of the city of El Jadida and 5 kilometres from the port of Jorf Lasfar. The annual production capacity is 450,000 tonnes.

Number of Plants

Cement3
Grinding2
Aggregates4
Ready-mixed concrete26

(As of 2016)

Hassan II Bridge, Morocco. The Hassan II Bridge connects the cities of Rabat – Morocco's capital – and Salé, crossing the Bouregreg river.

Africa-Eastern Mediterranean Basin