Bauroc International is the largest producer of autoclaved aerated concrete (AAC) in the Northern Europe. Group operates three factories, two in Estonia and one in Latvia, which manufacture products under “bauroc” and “ROCLITE” brand name. Bauroc International is selling products in all Baltic and Scandinavian countries, but also in Germany and UK. Production in Roclite factory is based on fly-ash technology, while bauroc factories have classic cement based recipe.
First plant started operation near Kunda in Estonia in 2001 under AEROC brand name, the second factory near Riga in Latvia in 2005. Third plant, which operates under ROCLITE brand, was acquired in 2017. During years of activity, we have produced and sold in Baltics and Scandinavia more than 2.3 million cubic meters of AAC products.
There has been continuous process in product development and product mix has increased significantly during 15 years in business. Product portfolio includes wide range of block products, reinforced lintels, large roof and wall elements, instruments, dry mixes and accessories for installing the products. We are not anymore speaking only about very light aircrete products, but much larger product mix. Therefor AEROC brand name did not describe our product portfolio in the best possible way anymore.
Since 2017, our new identity and brand name “bauroc” stands for the wide range of building materials portfolio produced from aerated autoclaved concrete. bauroc products can be used everywhere in construction starting from private houses, but also in agricultural and industrial buildings. Word “bau” is “construction” in German language and second part of the word “roc” means, that we make all our products from stone material – autoclaved aerated concrete.
Bauroc International has also second business line besides selling AAC, which is delivery and assembly operations of stone house package under JÄMERÄ brand. JÄMERÄ is functional and energy efficient stone house concept built for the Nordic climate. It is oldest and most sold stone house in Finland since 1974.