The Cement Association of Canada (CAC) presents 5 cement companies with cement manufacturing facilities across Canada.
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Top Cement Plants in Canada
Here, is a list of Cement Companies in Canada.
|Group Name||Plants in Canada|
|St Marys VCNA, LLC||2|
|Federal White Cement, Ltd.||1|
|Lehigh Hanson, Inc.||1|
|Ciment Québec Inc.||1|
CAC Board of Directors
|Marie Glenn, Chair of the Board||Ash Grove Cement, a CRH Company|
|David Redfern, Vice Chair||Lafarge Canada|
|Filiberto Ruiz, Past Chair||St Marys Cement– A Votorantim Cimentos Company|
|Brad Kohl, Past Chair||Lafarge Canada|
|Alex Car||Lehigh Hanson|
|Joerg Nixdorf||Lehigh Hanson|
|George Doumet||Federal White Cement Ltd.|
Top 5 Cement Manufacturer Companies in Canada with Revenue
Here, is a list of Cement Industry in Canada.
|Cement Companies Name||Revenue|
|St Marys Cement||$357.97 million|
|Federal White Cement||$17.92 million|
|Ash Grove Cement||$1320 million|
|LafargeHolcim Cement||$ 15550 million|
|Lehigh Hanson Cement||$ 22830 million|
Best Cement Companies in Canada As Per Revenue
Here, is a list of Best Cement Company in Canada.
Best Brands of Cement Company
|Rating As Per Production|
|1||Lehigh Hanson Cement||1.00 ⭐|
|2||LafargeHolcim Cement||2.00 ⭐|
|3||Ash Grove Cement||3.00 ⭐|
|4||St Marys Cement||4.00 ⭐|
|5||Federal White Cement||5.00 ⭐|
Top 5 Cement Companies in Canada
Here, list of Cement Manufacturer.
- St Marys Cement
- Federal Cement
- Ash Grove Cement
- Lafarge Canada Inc.
- Lehigh Hanson
1. St Marys Cement
Since its founding in 1912 in St. Marys, Ontario, by John Lind and Alfred Rogers, St. Marys Cement has been a significant producer of cementitious materials in the Great Lakes Region. With six plants strategically located to serve Canadian and U.S. customers and a production capacity of over five million metric tonnes, St Marys Cement participated in such landmark projects as the C.N. Tower, Roy Thompson Hall, Maple Leaf Gardens, and the Darlington Nuclear Station, as well as countless other engineerings, civic and residential projects that significantly contributed to the growth and prosperity of the region.
Today, in the dynamic international business environment, St Marys Cement is part of Votorantim Cimentos. One of the largest cement producers in the world, Votorantim Cimentos operates 22 cement plants in the Americas and with a combined capacity of 40.5 million metric tonnes per annum.
Both Votorantim Cimentos and St. Marys Cement symbolize a long heritage of excellence and commitment. St Marys Cement manufactures a variety of cement for different purposes – normal, high-early strength, low heat hydration, and sulfate-resisting as well as other supplementary cementitious products – in bulk and as a bagged product.
Products are rigorously tested to meet the high standards demanded by today’s dynamic construction needs. In 1912, cement was carted from the St. Marys Plant through horse-drawn carriages. Today, distribution is accomplished through a sophisticated network of terminals throughout the Great Lakes Region, serviced by barge, rail and truck.
St Marys Cement supplies cement to customers across the Great Lakes region and is also a major supplier of concrete and aggregates through its Canada Building Materials (CBM) operating unit.
- Portland Cement
- Slag Cement
- Masorny Cement
Address: 55 Industrial Street, Toronto ON M4G 3W9
Cement Plants: St. Marys and Bowmanville, Ontario
2. Federal Cement
FEDERAL WHITE CEMENT is a major manufacturer of white portland cement in North America. From its two kiln manufacturing facility, FWC provides and is known for its time-tested consistent, high-quality white cement. Federal White Cement was started in 1979. Through modernizations in 1999, 2007, and 2018, Federal White cement increased production capabilities at the plant while maintaining excellent quality control to become one of the most modern cement manufacturing facilities in the world.
Federal White Cement can offer its single-source material throughout various markets across the United States and Canada through its vast distribution network. Terminals are located near most major cities.
Federal White Cement’s sole business is white cement. Our people are committed to serving the industries that use white cement with the most consistent product available and superior customer service that is difficult to find in today’s world.
- White Portland Cement
- White Masonry Cement Type-N & S
- White Masonry Cement Type-N CSA A3002
Address: P.O. Box 548, Woodstock, ON N4S 7Y5
3. Ash Grove Cement
Ash Grove Cement Company is a leader and pioneer in the cement industry. For 137 years, we have provided portland and masonry cement to construct the highways, bridges, commercial and industrial complexes, and single- and multi-family homes fundamental to America’s economic vitality and quality of life.
In 2018, Ash Grove Cement was purchased by CRH plc, the most prominent building materials company in North America and the second-largest worldwide. With the Ash Grove acquisition, the two CRH Cement plants and 15 terminals are now being branded Ash Grove North. In 2020, CRH’s two cement plants and 15 terminals in Canada and the U.S. Great Lakes adopted the Ash Grove brand and became the Ash Grove North region.
Ash Grove produces and distributes a variety of high-quality general purpose and specialized cements, as well as a wide range of bagged cements for significant construction markets.
- Portland Cement
- Masonary Cement
Address: 2391 Lakeshore Rd W, Mississauga, ON L5J 1K1
- Mississauga, Ontario
- Joliette, Quebec
4. Lafarge Canada Inc.
Lafarge is Canada’s largest provider of diversified construction materials and a member of the global group, LafargeHolcim.
With 6,000 employees and 400 sites across Canada, our mission is to provide construction solutions that build better cities and communities. From cement and aggregates to ready-mix and precast concrete and asphalt, paving and construction, we can bring value to every project.
We are not just a material supplier. The major construction streams which our customers engage us in — buildings and housing, infrastructure, energy, and mining — allow us to bring time, cost, and green building benefits to the project.
Lafarge Canada Inc. consists of two business units: Eastern Canada and Western Canada. Separated by the Manitoba border, we have standard core product lines with specialized offerings to meet market needs.
- Concreate Product
- Concreate/ Ready Mix
Address: 6509 Airport Road Mississauga, ON L4V 1S7
- Richmond, British Columbia
- Exshaw, Alberta
- Bath, Ontario
- St. Constant, Quebec
- Brookfield, Nova Scotia
5. Lehigh Hanson
Lehigh Hanson, Inc. is a leading supplier of construction materials in North America. Our core activities include the production of cement and aggregates, and we also produce ready-mixed concrete, asphalt, and other downstream products. With our innovative approach, focus on sustainability, and extensive network of facilities, our customers trust us to provide the products, service, and experience it takes to get the job done. At Lehigh Hanson, that’s a trust we earn every day.
Lehigh Hanson, Inc. and our affiliated companies are part of the HeidelbergCement Group, one of the largest building materials manufacturers worldwide.
1897-Lehigh Cement Company began as a single-mill operation in Ormrod, Pennsylvania, producing Portland cement. As the demand for concrete increased in the early 1900s, the company thrived. Over the years, a strategy of acquisitions, modernization, and increased productivity propelled the company to the position of one of North America’s leading providers of cement and construction materials.
1964-Hanson Trust was formed in 1964 by James Hanson and Gordon White. It rapidly grew by acquisition and became a multinational concern regarding chemicals, construction, energy, tobacco, and other industries. Over the years, Hanson shifted its focus to construction materials and sold its non-core business. By 2006 Hanson had become the world’s largest producer of aggregates.
1977-HeidelbergCement, one of the world’s leading producers of cement and ready-mixed concrete, established a presence in the United States with the acquisition of the Lehigh Cement Company.
1993-In 1993, HeidelbergCement acquired its Canadian operations. The U.S. and Canadian businesses become the company’s Area of North America.
2007-HeidelbergCement acquired Hanson PLC in 2007, creating a multinational provider of cement, aggregates, ready-mixed concrete, and other construction materials.
2016-In 2016, HeidelbergCement completed the acquisition of Italcementi. In North America, Essroc, a subsidiary of Italcementi that operated cement, ready-mixed concrete, and aggregate facilities, was integrated into the Lehigh Hanson businesses.
2018-The Lehigh and Hanson business units in North America are collectively known as Lehigh Hanson, Inc. The company has the capacity and geographic footprint to supply construction materials in key markets throughout the United States and Canada.
- Ready Mix Concreate
Address: 12640 Inland Way, Edmonton, AB T5V 1K2
- Delta, British Columbia- Edmonton, Alberta 7660 Imperial Way, Allentown, PA, USA 18195
- Picton, Ontario, Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, Quebec