Holcim marks 10 years of operating in Mauritius

Holcim marks 10 years of operating in Mauritius
07 February 2011

After 10 years of operations in Mauritius, the Holcim Group brought its customers and partners together to celebrate the anniversary. 
To express the commitment of Holcim (Mauritius) to sustainable development, an Urban Village has been created at the Café du Vieux Council to allow guests to better familiarise themselves with long-term projects, supported by the Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction.

Sir Anerood Jugnauth, President of Republic and members of government were present for the occasion.

Based in Mauritius since 2001, the Swiss cement company Holcim holds 51% stake in Ciments Indian Ocean. Soon, Holcim (Mauritius) positioned itself as a major player in the local market

The Managing Director of Holcim (Mauritius) Ltd, Alexander Jeker said "Celebrating our 10th anniversary is a good opportunity to recall that Holcim wants to work over time and is also an opportunity to honor and thank our employees, our partners and building professionals who trust us. It is through their support that, "Kolos" has become an essential product for businesses in the construction industry of Mauritius. "
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