the marketing and distribution 
of cement in Europe

Cem’In’Eu is an industrial start-up making
a complete break with traditional cement manufacturers.
Its concept: small production units located at the
heart of the regions allowing for a reduction of the
impact on the environment.

The challenges facing the cement industry


To control long-term sourcing


To develop solutions which use less energy and create less CO2


To reduce the distances for delivery by road

The Cem’In’Eu answer

By bringing a real challenge to the very traditional universe
of the cement industry, Cem’In’Eu provides positive
answers to each of these challenges based on 3
essential leverages: Innovation, Proximity and Agility.


The cement production circuit has been totally rethought thanks to an optimisation of all of the different stages within the value chain, thus allowing for the protection of the environment at each of these stages.

A complete break with the traditional models of large international cement groups as regards the sourcing, the logistics, the production and the marketing of cement.


Small production units strategically located within regional economic areas and as close as possible to rail and maritime transport networks.

The objective: to optimise both distances and transport times, as much for the sourcing of raw materials as for the needs of the end customers.


Rapidly installed production plants, of modular design, using optimised civil engineering procedures and allowing for a permanent optimisation of the different operational processes.

Our locations

Following the Tonneins plant, delivering the South West and Portes-Lès-Valence, delivering the South East of France,
Cem’In’Eu is now pursuing the opening of three more
factories in France and two in Europe, each
one linked to the railways or accessible by waterways.


Aliénor Ciments

Built on proprietary land located in Tonneins (Lot et Garonne), Aliénor Ciments serve the markets of the Greater Southwest area of France: New Aquitaine and Occitania.


Rhone ciments

Situated close to the CCI river port of Portes-lès-Valence (in the Drôme region) and linked by rail, the Rhône Ciments site, with an annual production capacity of around 250,000 metric tons, serve the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Sud, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur and Occitania markets.



Located on the bulk mineral terminal site of the Port of Sète, Cem’In’Log Sète will receive clinker and gypsum boats within its terminal that will eventually be able to store up to 60,000 metric tons of product in its current configuration.



Located in the river port of Chalon-sur-Saône (Saône et Loire) and with direct rail access, the site of Ciments de la Saône et du Rhône (Cimsaro) will supply the markets of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Nord, Burgundy-Franche -Comté and French-speaking Switzerland.


Val de loire ciments

Located on proprietorial land connected to the rail network within the Méron industrial zone of the Montreuil-Bellay (Maine et Loire) commune, the Val de Loire Ciments project is ideally situated at the centre of the growth markets of Western France and the greater Paris (Ile de France) area.



Located on a site connected both by rail and river to the Port of Ottmarsheim (Haut-Rhin), the cement grinding facility Ciments des Trois Frontières (C3F) will principally supply customers in Switzerland in addition to the markets of Alsace and Bade-Wurtemberg in Germany.



Situated in the port of Thamesport, the project is perfectly positioned to serve customers of the major markets of the Greater London area and the south-east of England.



Situated in the deep-sea Port of Gdynia, very close to the bulk supplies terminal, the Pomorski Cement project will serve the customers of the very dynamic markets of Pomerania and the rest of Northern Poland.


Cem’In’Eu is a founding member of the international trade organisation, the World Cement Association.

Founded in 2016, the WCA is the leading independent international organisation of the cement industry. Today it is composed of 76 members representing 30 countries.
Elle est aujourd’hui composée de 76 membres représentant 30 pays.
In this way the World Cement Association promotes the sharing and dissemination of best practice in terms of technical, scientific and environmental subjects.

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4 May 2022

Cem’In’Eu support the CBAM and the EU ETS revision ! In this joint letter, some 30 NGOs and green manufacturers...

19 April 2022

Welcome to  Thomas LEYRE,  our new CFO

20 January 2022

Cem’In’Eu support the CBAM Lawmaker drafts ‘complete overhaul’ of EU carbon border levy