Who we are

GCC is a vertically integrated company with a global and sustainable approach, operating in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Our subsidiaries are primarily engaged in the production and marketing of gray Portland cement, ready-mix concrete, aggregates and construction-related services.

Mission

To be the supplier of choice in cement, concrete and innovative solutions.

Vision 2025

To be the best cement company in North America with the proper balance of people, profit and the planet.

Where we are

GCC has cement and ready-mix operations across the center cut of North America, successfully participating in the United States and Mexico with eight cement plants.

Also, GCC is one of the leading producers of ready-mix concrete, supplying regional markets in the states of Iowa, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Texas.

Our Strategy

GCC strengthens its leadership by enhancing the value proposition, growing our business in a sustainable way, investing in people and ultimately maximizing shareholder value by implementing our business strategy.

Customer service

GCC offers integrated and innovative solutions, technical support and customized products.

Our integrated distribution network ensures we deliver our innovative products to our customers on time.

Sustainable growth

Finance

GCC maximizes shareholders' value by increasing profitability, reducing cost of capital and expanding its geographic footprint.

Environment

GCC's sustainability strategy focuses on environmental responsibility, climate protection, fostering social responsibility and ensuring economic sustainability.

People & Communities

The GCC Foundation is the cornerstone of GCC's community collaboration, investing in communities through education and sustainable development.

People

To attract and retaing talent, GCC works to be recognized as a great place to work. We foster development through mobility programs and offer formal training through the GCC University platform.

GCC is recognized by the Great Place to Work Institute (simbolo) in the United States and Mexico.

Innovation

GCC aims to broaden its range of product and service offerings by focusing on the development of new, value-added products and technology solutions.

Through research y development, specialty products, blended cements and digital transformation, GCC is taking the construction industry into the future.

Our history - 80 years building together

  1. GCC begins operations in a cement plant in Chihuahua, Mexico

  2. GCC builds cement plant in Juarez, Chihuahua

  3. GCC listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange

  4. Acquisition of Tijeras, New Mexico cement plant and two cement terminals in Albuquerque, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas

  5. Cement plant operations begin in Samalayuca, Chihuahua

  6. GCC acquires Rapid City, South Dakota, cement plant

  7. GCC heads into South America by acquiring 47% of Sociedad Boliviana de Cemento (SOBOCE)


    Acquisition of the coal mine in Durango, CO

  8. Acquisition of The Hardesty Company, Inc. and Alliance Transportation, Inc. in Oklahoma and Arkansas


    Acquisition of four concrete companies in South Dakota and Minnesota

  9. Construction of the cement plant in Pueblo, Colorado


    Acquisition of The Bosshart Company, Inc. in Minnesota


    Acquisition of four distribution centers in New Mexico, Colorado and North Dakota


    Acquisition of Alliance Concrete, Inc. in Iowa

  10. GCC installs seven distribution centers in Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, New Mexico and Oklahoma

  11. GCC sells its 47% stake in Sociedad Boliviana de Cemento (SOBOCE)

  12. GCC installs two distribution centers in Amarillo, TX and Bismarck, ND

  13. GCC installs two distribution centers in Colorado and Montana

  14. GCC installs a distribution center in Nebraska

  15. GCC opens aggregates plant in Samalayuca


    Acquisition of a concrete plant in Wahpeton, North Dakota

  16. GCC acquires cement plant in Odessa, Texas, plus two terminals and building materials centers in Texas and New Mexico

  17. GCC acquired Trident cement plant in Three Forks, Montana


    Divestment of ready-mix concrete plants and transportation assets in Oklahoma and Arkansas


    Expansion of the cement plant in Rapid City, South Dakota

  18. Divestment of ready-mix assets in Arkansas


    Acquisition of five ready-mix plants in Iowa and South Dakota