Mergers & Acquisitions

SLK Cement takes over leading cement producer in Russia's Urals Federal District

14 December, 2020

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Dyckerhoff Korkino Cement reorganizes after merger with SLK Cement

Dyckerhoff Korkino Cement and SLK Cement followed their legal merger with a reorganization of the cement plant in the Chelyabinsk region and completed the rebranding process early this month.

The reorganization included the status acquisition of a Korkino branch, which produces high quality cement, introduces alternative fuel energy and is a consistent market leader in the South Urals.

SLK Cement became the official assignee of Dyckerhoff Korkino Cement for all its rights and obligations. Legal processes, information technology and other work were accomplished by Dyckerhoff in its efforts to rebrand after the merger.

> SLK Cement's CEO, Andrey Immoreev, said ÔÇ£For many decades, we have maintained the position of a leading manufacturer in the cement market of the Urals Federal District. Under the new brand, we continue to improve the production process, the quality and customer service, and the speed and effectiveness of administrative procedures. This year's situation showed that even in the changed conditions, the company fulfills its obligations to consumers by 100 percent and provides construction sites in the region with high-quality products.ÔÇØ

The next phase of the strategic development will take into consideration the expansion and investments of the Russian division of Buzzi Unicem, which includes SLK cement.

SLK Cement is an Italian-based corporation that has established factories in 14 countries and is one of the leading manufacturers of construction and grouting cements in Russia. The company has three cement plants, one in the Sverdlovsk region (Sukhoi Log), another in the Chelyabinsk region (Korkino) and a third in the Omsk region (Omsk).

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