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History of Cementos del Norte, S.A.

The original production facility for ‘CEMENTOS DEL NORTE, S. A. (CENOSA)’, started its operations in the year of 1.958 under the name ‘CEMENTOS DE HONDURAS, S A.’ as a private initiative, then became 1.981 in state enterprise, denominated CEMENTOS DE HONDURAS. Later, in 1.992, it reformed again as a private initiative under the name ‘Cementos del Norte S.A.’, and in 1.997 joined a strategic alliance with ‘Cementos Progreso’ from Guatemala.

CENOSA actively participates in the economic development of Honduras. It possesses the highest technologies, as well as successfully trained human resources who are permanently interested in the environment and in the development of a successful results-oriented organizational culture.

CENOSA’s main activities are the manufacture and supply of cement, which is fabricated under strict quality controls to provide our customers with products that meet the ASTM standards of USA.

The production facility provides jobs and development to the people of Bijao, Choloma, Puerto Cortes and San Pedro Sula.

To manufacture and distribute cement through our commitment to remain a highly productive and fully human and innovative company, that is competitive and strongly oriented to the satisfaction of our customers and consumers, and a national leader in its field, with growing international presence.

We build upon quality the future of Honduras.

To remain committed to our respect for environment, safety and health.
To continue our commitment to highly educate and train our employees.
To maintain the quality of our products and customer service actions.

To ensure the fulfillment of our mission we commit to:
Keeping our cement Bijao with a robust quality that is uniform and tested.
Support human development with the aim of collaborating in the growth of our country, turning CENOSA into a large professional company with a rich human culture, which in turn can help the development of Honduras.