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Heidelberg Materials presents record business figures for 2023

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In more than 50 countries across the world, Heidelberg Materials stands for competence and quality. We are one of the world's largest integrated manufacturers of building materials and solutions.

Our products are cementaggregatesready-mixed concrete, and asphalt. They are used for the construction of houses, infrastructure, and commercial and industrial facilities.

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150 Years of Progress

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150 years of progress

We meet the demands of a growing world population for housing, mobility, and economic development.

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In 1873 Portland cement was a completely new building material. Find out what happened since then.

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We build a sustainable future – in terms of CO₂ and beyond.

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Heidelberg Materials presents record business figures for 2023

Heidelberg Materials looks back at an outstanding financial year 2023. While Group revenue rose slightly by 4% to €21.2 billion in a weak market environment, the result from current operations rose by 29% to €3.0 billion. Specific net CO₂ emissions were reduced by a further 3% compared with the previous year.

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  • Mellowpark skate park in Berlin: concrete surface with outstanding concrete elements

    A special concrete for a special project

    Discover the innovative application of our advanced ready-mixed concrete at Mellowpark's new state-of-the-art skate plaza. The wet spraying method and hand-smoothed finishing technique come together to deliver a perfectly smooth performance surface.
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    German Vice Chancellor Dr. Robert Habeck visits flagship CCS project in Brevik, Norway

    Dr Robert Habeck, Terje Aasland and Jan Christian Vestre highlighted the importance of CO₂ capture technologies for the industry during their visit to Heidelberg Materials' CCS project in Brevik. The project is groundbreaking globally as it is the first large-scale carbon capture plant in the cement industry. Heidelberg Materials will invest EUR 1.5 billion in CCUS projects by 2030 to achieve net zero emissions.
  • View from a hill to a cement plant in the countryside next to a body of water

    CO₂ as raw material: Heidelberg Materials and Linde build world's first large-scale CCU facility in a cement plant

    Heidelberg Materials and Linde have established a joint venture under the name "Capture-to-Use" (CAP2U) to build and operate a state-of-the-art carbon dioxide capture and liquefaction plant. The world's first industrial-scale carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) facility in the cement industry is scheduled to start operations in 2025 at Heidelberg Materials' Lengfurt plant in Germany.
  • Construction site from above: various building machines, trucks and silos

    How combining digital solutions and sustainable building materials brings real customer benefits

    Lithuanian construction company PST has built concrete bases for wind turbines in cooperation with Heidelberg Materials Lietuva. They used EcoCrete Smart, a sustainable, CO₂-reduced and digitally monitored concrete. The project enabled PST to train in wind turbine construction and to consider digital tools and sustainability as the way forward.
  • Building currently being demolished with heavy equipment

    CO₂ mineralization of demolished concrete wastes

    Heidelberg Materials has recently accomplished a significant milestone by performing the first-ever industrial scale test of enforced carbonation of recycled concrete in a cement plant. It proved that mineral carbonation is a promising Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU) technology. However, this test would be not possible without the scientific understanding of the new CCU technology in cement industry.


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