The Readymix Industries Group accounts for over a third of Israel’s concrete production, through its 65 concrete plants strategically located throughout the country. The Group is also one of Israel’s leading manufacturers of aggregates and quarry materials for infrastructure, through its seven quarries located throughout the country, as well as a plant for the manufacture of lime. In addition, the Group also manufactures associated building materials, infrastructure concrete products and powdered building products. This wide range of capabilities, combined with its various strengths, enables Readymix to ensure reliable and timely service for its customers.
Readymix Industries invests in advanced production technologies and new product development, including special concrete additives. These products are primarily developed by “Chemocrete”, a Readymix Industries (Israel) Ltd. subsidiary.
“Lime & Stone Production Co. Ltd.”, which is wholly owned by the Group, is one of Israel’s largest manufacturers of quarry materials.
Lime & Stone was founded in 1935, and today operates eight plants and quarries, manufacturing aggregates, sand, and lime of the highest quality. Lime & Stone has made a very significant contribution to the development of Israel’s infrastructure. Adapting itself to increasing concern for environmental protection, Lime & Stone has made significant efforts to protect its near-by environment, by operating anti-pollution equipment.
With the help of its highly qualified technical and engineering staff, much emphasis is placed by the Group on developing new technologies and state-of-the-art expertise. The Group has also fostered a loyal workforce, headed by a management team that has grown from within its ranks. In addition, Readymix Industries is ISO 9001 accredited, and its various plants conform to the highest industry standards.
Building Israel’s Infrastructure
Readymix Industries is contributing significantly to the development of Israel’s infrastructure, by supplying concrete and building materials for a variety of complex construction projects, including airports, bridges, commercial centers, ports, marinas, power stations, residential projects and sports stadiums.
For example: Readymix Industries supplied the concrete for Ramat Gan’s Aviv Tower, the Ben-Gurion 2000 Airport, the Cross-Israel Highway (Route 6), Haifa’s International Stadium (Sammy Ofer Stadium), a desalination plant and more.
The Parent Company ־ CEMEX
Readymix Industries is owned by “CEMEX”, a growing global building solutions company, that provides products of consistently high quality and reliable service to customers and the public at large in more than 50 countries throughout the world.
“CEMEX” has a rich history of improving the well-being of the public that it serves through its efforts to pursue and adopt innovative industrial solutions, increase efficiency, and promote a sustainable future.
Founded in Mexico in 1906, “CEMEX” has grown from a small local player to a leading global construction solutions company. Today, “CEMEX” is strategically positioned in the most dynamic markets – the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East – with leading positions in cement, ready-mix concrete and aggregates.
Being a leader in its field, Readymix Industries has been the domestic industry’s vanguard on this issue and has initiated the implementation of many measures designed to protect the environment. In addition, Readymix Industries also recycles concrete and water at its plants, and collaborates with Israel’s Society for the Protection of Nature.
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