In 2012, product distribution involved the handling of some 1.8 million tonnes of cement for transport to the domestic and export markets. Our influence
on export transport is chiefly limited to the choice of ship as the medium of carriage, and this part of the transport may therefore be designated an indirect
However, in our domestic market we have better possibilities for exercising influence on the environmental impacts of transport in the form of exhaust
emissions, road wear, etc. We therefore also have a responsibility for ensuring that our distribution takes place in a sustainable manner. In 2012, 72% of our cement was distributed by ship and 28% by road tanker or lorry.
Concrete as in the casting used to shape the material
Should the wish for concrete form determine the construction principle or should the principles give shape to the concrete? – 34 architect students’ first encounter with concrete as both material and process was done by a practical workshop at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts.