Cales de Llierca is a leading producer of high quality lime products and Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (PCC) and is a member of the Calcinor Group. Through its many years of continuous supply to an extensive variety of industrial sectors, Cales de Llierca can be considered one of the most experienced companies in its field.
In outline our work is to transform limestone into a wide variety of products, with uses ranging from the agricultural to the industrial applications in many sectors. Our main focus is on speciality products, specifically Precipitated Calcium Carbonate. We are an industrial Group which aspires to be ahead in our influence zone capitalizing on our mining expertise. We have developed a chain of value added products aimed at satisfying our customers, social environment, personnel and shareholders.
Cales de Llierca was founded in 1969 on the site of an ancient lime factory. Since then remarkable work has been carried out. In the last few years particularly, great effort has been made to improve facilities increasing production and obtaining new products. This effort has contributed to the consolidation and recognition of the company in the international market.
|1969||Cales de Llierca is founded|
|1977||Beginning of Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (PCC) production|
|1989||First Regenerative lime kiln|
|1993||Beginning of coated Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (PCC) production|
|1994||Plant for micronized calcium oxide|
|1997||Certification of our quality system ISO 9000 standard|
|1998||Development of new generation of Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (PCC) reactors|
|2001||Second regenerative lime kiln|
|2002||Capacity increase of Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (PCC) plant|
|2006||Development of new coating process|
|2010||Integration in the Calcinor Group (www.calcinor.com)|
|2010||New capacity increase of Precipitated Calcium Carbonate (PCC) plant|
|2012||Acquisition up to a 50% of the French lime distributor Eurocho|
|2012||Certification of our environmental system ISO 14000 standard|
Afueras, s/n 17853 Argelaguer