Acquisition of Kurtalan Cement Plant
LİMAK which is short for “Lider Makine” stepped into the cement industry in March 2000 when Siirt-Kurtalan Cement Plant was acquired from Ekinciler.
Acquisition of Ergani/Gaziantep Cement Plant
Ergani and Gaziantep Cement Plants were acquired in 2006.
Acquisition of Şanlıurfa Plant
In 2007, Şanlıurfa Cement Plant was acquired.
Establishments of Bitlis Grinding Plant
In 2008, Bitlis Grinding-Packaging Plant was commissioned as a new investment that was built from scratch.
Establishments of Derik Grinding Plant
In 2009, Mardin-Derik Grinding-Packaging Plant was commissioned as a new investment that was built from scratch.
Acquisition of New Plants
In 2011, cement plant and concrete mills located in Ankara, Balıkesir, Trakya and Ambarlı were acquired.
Acquisition of Ege Cement Grinding Plant
In 2013, field of activity was further expanded upon acquisition of Ege Cement Grinding - Packaging Plant located in Manisa / Turgutlu.
Establishment of Mozambique Cement Plant
In 2016, Limak Cimentos S.A., the first of African operations, was commissioned as a completely new investment.
Establishment of Anka Cement Plant
In 2018, Anka Cement Plant was commissioned as a new investment that was built from scratch.
Establishment of Ivory Coast Cement Plant
In 2018, Limak Afrika S.A. was commissioned as a completely new investment.
Establishment of Kilis Cement Plant
In 2019, Kilis Cement Plant was commissioned as a new investment that was built from scratch.
Where We Are Today
Limak Cement Group with operations in Turkey, Mozambique, Ivory Coast and Dubai has been running its operations with its 12 Cement Plants, 23 Ready Mixed Concrete Plants, 1 BIMS Vlock Plant. Today, it ranks in the second place within the Turkish cement industry capacity standing with its 9.6 million tons of clinker and 17.7 million tons of cement production capacity.