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Thomas Concrete Group will grow in Sweden.


Thomas Betong AB takes yet another positive step forward. Thomas Concrete Group will grow in Sweden.

Thomas Betong AB will acquire seven ready-mix concrete plants, three in the region of Göteborg (Mölndal, Ale and Vikan) and four in the region of Södermanland (Eskilstuna, Strängnäs, Vagnhärad and Nyköping), south west of Stockholm. The seller is Betongindustri AB, a subsidiary of Heidelberg Cement. These strategic acquisitions will allow Thomas Concrete Group to be an even better partner to its customers in Sweden. Thomas Betong AB will at the same time sell five plants in region south (Malmö, Helsingborg, Sölvesborg, Karlskrona and Tingsryd) to Betongindustri AB.


Congratulations to Philip Frick and Sara Almstedt!


You are the winners of the competition to join our CEO for one day. Thomas Concrete Group’s competition at Chalmers University of Technology with the price to join our CEO for one day has come to an end.

We are very happy to see that so many students took the opportunity to participate in the competition and potentially gain a unique experience. The students from Chalmers impressed us to the point that we decided to give the chance not only to one winner, but two!


Monolithic Sculpture in Concrete Looks like Steel


The 11-meter high sculpture called Stealth, with its sharp edges, shiny surfaces and twisted forms gleams as if it is made of steel. But looks deceive, because it’s composed of black concrete. The sculpture stands in downtown Atlanta in the United States, and is made from a special concrete developed by the Swedish family owned company, Thomas Concrete Group. 


Thomas Concrete Group Acquires More Plants in USA


Thomas Concrete Group creates common branding


Thomas Concrete Group 60 years