Cement (lat. ’’caementum’’ – crushed stone) is a hydraulic binder, i.e. nicely ground inorganic material which, when mixed with water, turns into cement binder that through hydratation process binds and hardens; its volume remains constant after hardening, even when immersed in water.

As an essential integral part in concrete production, cement represents one of the most important construction materials in general, as it is responsible for providing stability of future constructions.

References of the cement from FCL are numerous, as our cement has been an integral part of the foundations of industrial and household facilities, roads, infrastructure of Bosnia and Herzegovina for nearly 40 years. It is also used in the wider region.

In FCL, which is one of the three most modern factories of this kind in Europe, safe and high-quality production is made possible with emissions that satisfy the strictest normatives currently used in the countries of the European Union. In ecological sense it is even more effective than European normatives.