Misión

Comercializar y distribuir productos de alta calidad para la construcción con el objetivo de satisfacer las necesidades y requerimientos del mercado, ofreciendo un servicio personalizado que nos diferencie de nuestros competidores y sustente el crecimiento de nuestra organización para trascender a las futuras generaciones manteniendo los valores y continuidad del negocio.

Visión

Ser una empresa orientada a cumplir con las expectativas de nuestros clientes, suplidores, empleados  y accionistas. Ofreciendo un portafolio de productos con altos estándares de calidad y garantía para alcanzar una posición de liderazgo en la industria de la construcción de la mano de un equipo altamente calificado y eficiente.

Valores

  • Honestidad
  • Respeto
  • Integridad
  • Responsabilidad
  • Confianza
  • Lealtad
Nuestros Clientes Hablan por Sí Solos

We are part of Cementos And More family since January 2012. The continued commitment to meet the needs of its customers and personalized service are the key to this company has positioned itself as a leader in the segment cement distributors in the capital. Professionalism in responding to the concerns of their customers has been a determining factor in its commercial success. We are happy to recommend this company!

We have been customers of the Cibao brand for over 15 years, but our trade relations with Cementos And More started in 2010 and since then the relationship has been marked by excellence and distinguished treatment to its customers. In addition to the commitment to shouldering their responsibilities and loyalty they respond in critical and difficult times, we are committed to recommend this company to our ferreteros colleagues.

We are related to this company since its inception in 2010. The most important aspect we should highlight the company is; honesty and loyalty that show your customers under any circumstances and not to mention its optimum service and human quality of its staff. We are pleased to recommend this company to anyone who wants to be served by a team of true professionals.

China hits steel
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In the last twelve months, prices work hand housing construction increased 15.05%
The National Statistics Office (ONE) and the Association of Builders and Housing Developers (ACOPROVI) reported that in August 2016 the Index Direct Costs of Housing Construction (ICDV) was 134.04 on average, and he recorded a monthly variation of -0.08%. In its latest bulletin, the NSO said that the ICDV accumulated an increase of 1.20% in the last twelve months, noting that cost groups the main increase occurred in the prices of labor, with a 15.05% followed by machinery with 2.30%. While, major decreases occurred in materials and subcontracts, with -4.10% and -2.67% respectively. Subgroup cost, accumulated the largest increases were in labor masonry, with 15.38%; followed by labor hLeer Mas
The Central Bank (BC) reported that the Consumer Price Index (CPI) posted a -0.06% reduction in August, thus narrowing the cumulative inflation for the first eight months of the year at 0.31%. The central bank said that with this result annualized inflation, measured from August 2015 to August 2016 stood at 1.47%, remaining below the lower limit of the target set by the Monetary Program 4.0% (± 1.0%). The BCV said that the annual underlying inflation stood at 1.73%. This indicator measures the inflationary pressures of monetary origin, isolating the effects of exogenous factors, thus allowing clearer to extract the conduct of monetary policy signals. The report indicates that the sligLeer Mas