About the company

YEOMAN POLAND Sp. z o.o. is a leading supplier of crushed-stone aggregate in northern Poland. The company is a part of the AGGREGATE INDUSTRIES, a British construction concern, one of the largest constructors of roads and manufacturers of aggregate, concrete and asphalt mixes in the UK. Both companies belong to the LafargeHolcim Group, the world's largest manufacturer of cement and concrete. Yeoman Poland also engages in the sale of crushed aggregate within the territories of Latvia and Estonia.


YEOMAN POLAND Sp. z o.o. was registered in Poland in 1994. It has been continuously distributing crushed aggregate ever since, using its system of depots located in major Polish ports: Świnoujście, Szczecin, Gdańsk and Gdynia.The company imports granite aggregate from own quarries; the quarry in Glensanda, Scotland is the largest in Europe, and gneiss aggregate from the quarry in Halsvik, Norway. YEOMAN also distributes crushed aggregate coming from other quarries in Norway and Sweden, as well as natural aggregate, sand and gravel.

The aggregate offered by YEOMAN POLAND is used in the road construction industry and general industry, as well as in the construction of asphalt mixes and concrete , especially high quality concrete (bridge concrete, hydro-technical concrete, etc.). Our screening and washing plant, located in the port of Gdańsk, manufactures crushed and washed aggregate of highest quality (mark 50), which meet the most sophisticated requirements of our customers, who manufacture concrete for the bridge construction industry.

The port depots provide the continuity of deliveries to small- and large-scale construction sites. We carry out deliveries for large-scale construction projects of engineering facilities, motorways, viaducts, bridges, etc. In 2007, our company delivered around 1 million tonnes of aggregate to the construction site of the A1 motorway, from Gdańsk to Nowe Marzy. The balance for the entire year 2007 has ended with a record amount of aggregates delivered to our clients - 2,600,000 tonnes.