Argos is a Colombian cement industry company, is the leader in Colombia, fifth largest producer in Latin America and second largest in the southeastern United States. It has nine plants in Colombia, three in the United States and one in Honduras; nine clinker mills located in the United States, Haiti, Panama, Dominican Republic, Honduras, French Guiana and Suriname; and twenty-three ports and terminals of reception and packaging. The total installed capacity is 19.26 million tons of cement per year.
The business model is focused on the client and on sustainable development, that is, economically viable, respectful of people, responsible and friendly to the environment.
Argos currently advances the assembly of a gray cement plant located in the industrial area of Mamonal (Cartagena), which will have a capacity of 1.8 million tons per year additional
Cartagena de Indias, officially Tourist and Cultural District of Cartagena de Indias abbreviated Cartagena de Indias D. T and C., is a Colombian city and capital of the Department of Bolívar. It was founded on June 1, 1533 by Pedro de Heredia; Since 1991 Cartagena is a Tourist and Cultural District. The city is located on the shores of the Caribbean Sea.
Cartagena has been a city mainly associated with pirate history, as it was there that there were numerous attacks by pirates from Europe, who found in the city a suitable place to plunder in the colonial era, which made it in their moment, become the most reinforced city in South America and the Caribbean. Currently its colonial architecture is maintained.