Sika expands production of concrete admixtures in the USA

Sika is bringing a new manufacturing plant for concrete admixtures on stream in Stafford, Virginia. With the opening of the plant near Washington D.C., Sika is increasing its production capacity in the important American construction market.

Concrete is poured at a construction site.
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The new facility in Stafford is the second-biggest manufacturing plant for Sika concrete admixtures in the USA. Together with the existing plant in Fairless Hills, Philadelphia, it is intended to enable the company to service customers in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions even more efficiently. Moreover, short transportation routes for raw materials and end products can enhance operational efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions at the same time.

“Resource-saving concrete”

Christoph Ganz, Regional Manager Americas: “This investment allows us to significantly expand our production capacity while creating the best possible conditions for continued growth in the North American market. Our concrete admixtures satisfy the construction sector’s most demanding requirements and make it possible to produce higher-performance, resource-saving concrete. Sika admixtures enable the realization of critical infrastructure projects, are used in state-of-the-art high-rise construction, and help increase sustainability in megacities.”

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