Holcim (US), Inc. is one of the largest manufacturers and suppliers of cement and mineral components in the United States with 15 manufacturing facilities and more than 76 distribution terminals. It is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Holcim Ltd., of Switzerland, one of the biggest cement companies in the world. Holcim’s business segments are Commercial Builders, Residential Builders, Architects, and Public Works. Holcim (USA) is headquartered in Waltham, MA.
CEO: Markus Akermann; Revenues: $23.82 Billion (2010); Employees: 80,000
Statements on Climate Change
"Holcim is committed to reducing CO2 generated during cement manufacturing and is pursuing several energy and market-based initiatives to achieve this goal. The company is working with government agencies and construction material specifiers to implement public policies that would allow the use of environmentally friendly cement products."
Climate Change Targets
Holcim met its target to reduce the CO2 intensity of its production 20 percent by 2010. It has set a new target to reduce CO2 emissions per tonne of cement by percent, compared to 1990 levels, by 2015
Climate and Energy Strategies
Relevant Links: Holcim Company Web Site , Holcim Sustainability Web Site , Holcim 2009 Sustainable Development Report , Holcim 2010 Sustainable Development Performance Data 
Holcim is one of the largest manufacturers and supplies of cement and mineral components in the United States.
Holcim  is a member of the Business Environmental Leadership Council (BELC), the largest U.S.-based association of companies dedicated to business and policy solutions to climate change. Holcim is an international supplier of cement, aggregates (gravel and sand), and concrete, with US headquarters in Waltham, MA. The company reported revenues of over $23 billion in 2008, and employs 85,000 people in over 70 countries.