Azerbaijan to increase production of aerated concrete (Exclusive)

Business Materials 13 November 2018 12:14 (UTC +04:00)

Baku, Azerbaijan, Nov. 13

By Matanat Nasibova – Trend:

The Garadagh plant for the production of building materials of the AAC company plans to increase production volumes by the end of the current year, the Assistant General Director, the Leading Export Manager at at Synergy Group AAC (Gobustone/ Modern Building Materials Plant) Rafiq Maharramov told Trend.

The assistant general director said the company can increase the production of aerated autoclaved concrete to 5,000 cubic meters by the end of this year.

"At the moment, these volumes amount to 10,000 cubic meters of aerated autoclaved concrete, we plan to increase these volumes to 15,000 cubic meters. At the same time, currently, the daily production volume is 600 cubic meters of aerated autoclaved concrete," Maharramov said.

The leading manager noted that the main export products of the plant are bricks and aerated autoclaved concrete blocks designed for the construction of large facilities and residential areas.

The construction materials of our plant were used in the construction of a number of large facilities in Baku and the regions of Azerbaijan, the manager added.

Maharramov said, in addition to bricks and aerated autoclaved concrete blocks, the plant produces autoclaved aerated concrete, quicklime and slaked lime, as well as quartz sand.

"The plant’s products comply with international quality standards and environmental requirements; they are fireproof and resistant to external influences," the source said.

Gobustan AAC is situated in the Sangachal settlement of Garadagh district of Baku. The annual production capacity of the plant is 180,000 cubic meters of autoclaved aerated concrete blocks and 30,000 cubic meters of lime. The plant is a part of the SYNERGY GROUP.

Currently, the products made of autoclaved aerated concrete are used in the construction of multi-storey and low-rise buildings, private houses, in laying external and internal walls, partitions, ceilings and even steps.