Vostokcement comprises all three complete-cycle cement plants in the Far East (Spasskcement, Teploozersk Cement Plant, and Yakutcement), four facilities for the extraction and processing of non-metallic materials (Vladivostokskiy Butoshchebenochniy Zavod, Screening and Crushing Plant, and the screening and crushing facilities of Yakutcement and Teploozersk Cement Plant), four ready-mix stations, and an asphalt plant. Vostokcement supplies products to construction sites in the Primorie Territory, the Khabarovsk Territory, the Amur Region, the Sakhalin Region, the Magadan Region, the Jewish Autonomous Region, and the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia).
The group’s production capacity is 4.128 million tonnes of cement per year or 3 percent of the Russian cement market. The total number of employees is 5,000.
Vostokcement was established in 2002 on the base of Park Group and combined two cement plants (Spasskcement and Teploozersk Cement Plant) and a distributor (DV-Cement).
Vladivostokskiy Butoshchebenochniy Zavod and Screening and Crushing Plant came under the control of Vostokcement in 2004 and 2005 respectively. Vostokcement started a new area of activity in 2007, namely the production of Triliton-branded concrete and then asphalt.
Vostokcement acquired one more plant, Yakutcement, in 2011 (the integration was completed in 2014), thus combining all three cement plants in the Far East. To organize the road transportation of the group’s main products, the company set up Vostokcement TransServis in 2014. In the same year 2014, the production of Triliton-branded concrete was spun off into a separate business, Triliton.
Currently, the group comprises the following entities:
- Spasskcement (Primorie Territory)
- Teploozersk Cement Plant (Jewish Autonomous Region)
- Yakutcement (Republic of Sakha (Yakutia))
- Vladivostokskiy Butoshchebenochniy Zavod (Primorie Territory)
- Screening and Crushing Plant (Primorie Territory)
- Triliton, a concrete manufacturer (Primorie Territory)
CEO - Vladimir Pushkarev
Russian Federation, 690105, Vladivostok, ul. Russkaya, 65
phone: +7 (423) 230 04 34
fax: +7 (423) 234 60 24