The power of networks

Published 13 February 2019

Newcomer Cem’In’Eu is rapidly building a network of cement grinding plants across Europe to meet local market demand. Its first plant, operating as Aliénor Ciments, was recently inaugurated at Tonneins, strategically located between the markets of Bordeaux and Toulouse, France.

The new Aliénor Ciments plant at Tonneins was recently inaugurated – from left to right:

Vincent Lefebvre, chairman of Alienór Ciments; Dante Rinaudo, Tonneins Mayor;

Thierry Constans, Mayor of Gontaud-de-Nogaret; Franck Dupont, Alienór Ciments general manager;

Matthias Fekl, regional councillor Nouvelle-Aquitaine/former minister for Home Affairs (March-May 2017);

Francis Bianchi, deputy prefect Marmande-Nérac, and Tarik Laouani, regional councillor Nouvelle-Aquitaine

Cem’In’Eu is the brain child of co-founders Vincent Lefebvre, chairman, and Franck Dupont, Aliénor Ciments’ general manager. The company’s business model of decentralised grinding operations has seen the inauguration of its first grinding plant, Aliénor Ciments, at Tonneins in the Lot-et-Garonne department, France.

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