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Euclid Chemical opens new plant in Calgary

By Adam Freill   

Concrete Construction Materials

Calgary plant expected to reduce lead times for admixture solutions for concrete customers in Western Canada.

Euclid Canada has a fleet of admixture tanker trucks to service to customers across Western Canada. (Photo courtesy of Euclid Chemical)

Euclid Chemical, a manufacturer of concrete and masonry construction products, has opened its new admixture plant in Calgary. Positioned in a prime location with access to nearby railways and major transportation routes, the company says the facility will enable it to better serve its customers in Western Canada. The Calgary plant will reduce lead times for the admixture solutions the company produces.

The newly operational facility is equipped with the latest equipment and technology, including advanced mixing and batching systems that provide accurate and consistent dosing of admixture ingredients, reports Euclid. The company’s team of skilled and experienced technicians are on-site to operate the plant and to confirm that every batch of admixture meets strict quality standards before being shipped to customers.

“The Calgary plant represents a significant step forward in our journey to enhance customer satisfaction and meet the growing demand in Canada,” said Thomas Gairing, president of Euclid Chemical. “We are committed to providing quality products and services while constantly improving our operations and capabilities to better serve our customers.”

Headquartered in Ohio, Euclid Chemical has served the global building market for more than a century, manufacturing and supplying specialty products and technical support services for the concrete and masonry construction industry. The company’s product lines include admixtures, fibre reinforcement, concrete repair products, flooring materials and decorative concrete systems.





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