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Ferçim R&D


Combining innovation and sustainability in all its activities, Ferçim places the discovery of new technologies, materials and processes at the center of all its activities.


The main mission of Ferçim's research and development activities is to increase scientific, innovative and technological awareness and scientific skills, to share the knowledge and technological innovations produced and to create added value for the sector and the country by applying this knowledge in production processes.

Cement production has changed dramatically over the years with the impact of technological developments. The traditional cement production process consists of crushing and grinding the raw material, then calcining it in the kiln and finally grinding it. Today, however, more effective, efficient and environmentally friendly technologies have been developed. Ferçim is working to increase energy efficiency, reduce emissions and make production processes more efficient by using technological developments.

Ferçim aims to reduce its carbon footprint by taking into account the economic, environmental and social impacts of its research and development activities carried out in line with its policy of efficiency, creativity and sustainability, and to produce environmentally friendly products by developing sustainable production technologies.

Research Development

Ferçim continues its efforts to find more effective and efficient production methods by investing in R&D studies and constantly developing innovative ideas. Thanks to these efforts, cement and ready-mixed concrete production is becoming more efficient, while at the same time shaping more environmentally friendly production methods.

In recent years, Ferçim's R&D activities have gained more importance in line with its sustainability goals. For this reason, it carries out its activities to research and implement the use of many different technologies and materials for the efficient use of natural resources in cement and ready-mixed concrete production and to reduce carbon emissions.

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