3 GROUP PROFILE MISSION To produce, market and develop high construction materials whilst complying with principles of sustainability and maximising / preserving shareholder value. STRATEGIC VISION CIMPOR plans to remain one of the main players worldwide in the trend toward consolidating the cement sector whilst maintaining its growth and internationalisation policy. It plans to maintain excellent technical, economic and financial performance compatible with its adopted voluntary principles of sustainable development.
4 GROUP VALUES Shareholders: To defend shareholders’ legitimate interests through intrinsic appreciation of their investments in the company and adequate remuneration. Clients: Focus on the full satisfaction of client expectations in accordance with the ethical principles of integrity and applicable standards. Personnel: Fair remuneration for work performed, career advancement opportunities and fairness of treatment. Organization: Constant search for excellence by establishing ambitious goals and by selecting leaders at all levels capable of taking responsibility and the meeting targets. Quality: Compliance with national and international standards, particularly regarding Product Certification and to the proper application of the Quality Management System.
5 GROUP VALUES Environment : Harmonious integration in the social and cultural surroundings, based on an active policy of environmental protection and cooperation with local communities. Innovation : Maintain a policy of innovation and development of technology, products and services, in cooperation with the academic and scientific community. Communities near plants : Implement a social assistance policy to overcome structural weaknesses and to support social and cultural activities. Society in General : Maintain totally transparent Communication and Social Responsibility policies related with the Groups commitment to proactive duties of citizenship.
6 GROUP STRATEGY To consolidation current positions through internal growth – whilst increasing efficiency and capacity at industrial units - and greater penetration in markets where the Group already operates – expansion to activities relating with the cement line (e.g., ready-mix concrete and operation of quarries). To make new acquisitions, with priority given to geographic areas of emerging on the emerging markets where the Group already operates, while maintaining the necessary balance through operations in consolidated and mature markets where the growth potential is offset by lower risk. To optimise operations by taking advantage of synergies, cost cutting (particularly energy costs), higher personnel productivity and investment in R&D. To develop trade between the Group companies so as to balance peaks in certain markets with supply in other areas.
8 CIMPOR - Cimentos de Portugal is the largest Portuguese cement group, operating in Portugal, Spain, Mozambique, Morocco, Brazil, Tunisia, Egypt, Cape Verde, South Africa, Turkey, China, Peru and India involved in manufacturing and marketing cement, hydraulic lime, concrete and aggregates, precast concrete and dry mortars. Cement production capacity with own clinker to 29.5 million tonnes per year.
10 HISTORY…. 1976 CIMPOR - CIMENTOS DE PORTUGAL, E.P. was created. 1982 The Maia distribution terminal is built. The 3rd line at the Souselas plant initiates activity, with a capacity for 1 million tonnes/year. 1983 The adaptation process, replacing fuel oil with coal, is initiated in all plants. 1985 The last wet production line is transformed from wet to dry process.
11 HISTORY…. 1988 Ready-mix concrete business is restructured. CIMPOR BETÃO, S.G.P.S., S.A. is created. 1991 The precast business area starts operating. PRECIMPOR, S.G.P.S., S.A. is created. 1991 The company becomes a public company, with the new name CIMPOR - CIMENTOS DE PORTUGAL, S.A.
12 HISTORY…. 1992 The process of internationalization begins. The Spanish holding company CORPORACIÓN NOROESTE S.A., in Galicia, is acquired. C.M.P. - Cimentos Maceira e Pataias is created and the Maceira and Pataias plants are sold. Strategic plan for total quality, the "Jump Project" was set up. 1992
13 WORLDWIDE JOURNEY PORTUGAL – SINCE 1976 SPAIN – SINCE 1992 MOZAMBIQUE – SINCE 1994 MOROCCO – SINCE 1996 BRAZIL – SINCE 1997 TUNISIA – SINCE 1998 EGYPS – SINCE 2000 SOUTH AFRICA – SINCE 2002 CAPE VERDE – SINCE 2005 TURKEY – SINCE 2007 CHINA – SINCE 2007 INDIA – SINCE 2008
14 PORTUGAL - SINCE 1976 7.0 Million t / year. 3 Cement Productions Centers (Alhandra, Souselas, and Loulé) 1 Hydraulic Lime Plant: Cabo Mondego 2 Cement Grinding Units 60 Concrete Plants 9 Aggregate Quarries 2 Dry Mortar Units: Alhandra and Maia
15 SPAIN - SINCE 1992 2.6 Million t / year 4 Cement Plants (Oural, Toral de Los Vados, Cordoba, Niebla) 2 Cement Grinding Units 76 Ready-mix Concrete Units 15 Aggregates Production Units 2 Dry Mortar Plants 1 Port Terminal
16 MOZAMBIQUE - SINCE 1994 0.8 Million t / year 1 Cement Plant (Matola) 2 Cement Grinding Units 3 Ready-mix Concrete Units 1 Precast Concrete Plant
17 MOROCCO - SINCE 1996 1.2 Million t/year 1 Cement Plant (Asment Temara) 4 Ready-mix Concrete Units 1 Aggregates Production Units
18 BRAZIL - SINCE 1997 5.8 Million t/year 6 Cement Plants (Campo Formoso, Candiota, Cajati, Cimepar, Atol, Goiás) 2 Cement Grinding Units 30 Ready-mix Concrete Units
19 TUNISIA - SINCE 1998 1.6 Million t/year 1 Cement Plant (Jbel Oust)
20 EGYPT - SINCE 2000 3.8 Million t/year 1 Cement Plant (Amreyah)
21 SOUTH AFRICA – SINCE 2002 1.0 Million t/year 1 Clinker Plant (Simuma) 1 Cement Grinding Unit (Durban) 1 Slag Griding Plant (Newscastle) 6 Ready-mix Concrete Units 3 Aggregates Production Units
22 CAPE VERDE - SINCE 2005 1 Bulk Cement Unit 1 Bagging Station 1 Aggregates Production Unit
23 TURKEY - SINCE 2007 2.5 million t/year 3 Cement Productions Centers (Çorum, Yozgat, Sivas) 3 Clinker Grinding Units 12 Concrete Plants 2 Aggregate Quarries
24 CHINA - SINCE 2007 1.8 million tons/year 1 Cement Production Center (New Liuyuan) 1 Cement Grinding Unit (Suzhou Nanda)
25 INDIA - SINCE 2008 1.2 Million MT / year Shree Digvijay cement Co. Ltd.- Sikka, Jamnagar (Gujarat)
26 AWARDS & TROPHY Best Stock Awards – 2006 from Euronext Lisban Listed Companies.
27 AWARDS & TROPHY FIVE STAR SAFETY AWARDS FOR NPC (Natal cement Ltd.). – 2004.
28 AWARDS & TROPHY Best ETSE European shareholder value Awards, 2001.
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