Terram

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Terram
Industry Geosynthetics, Geotextiles
Founded 1960s
Headquarters Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom
Products Geosynthetics, Geotextiles, Geocells, Geocomposites, Porous Pavers, Grass Reinforcement Mesh
Website www.terram.com

Terram is part of the Berry Plastics group, and has its manufacturing headquarters in Maldon, Essex, United Kingdom, supplying geosynthetics materials to the worldwide civil engineering & construction industry.[1] The company was founded in the late 1960s as part of ICI Fibres, and is now part of Berry Plastics, a supplier of nonwoven materials.

The company supplies geotextiles for roads and highway construction, rail trackbed construction, coastal defences, flood defence, slope and soil stabilisation, SuDs source control paving solutions and a specialist range of geosynthetics for the rail industry, drainage composites for structural and waste management drainage systems.

Locations[edit]

The Terram production plant is located in the UK and supports sales offices in Germany, France and Spain and supplies distributors in over 60 countries. Product supply is complemented by production from its sister companies in North America and South America.

Reemay

Reemay is located in Nashville, Tennessee, manufacturing Terram and Typar (Americas only) geotextiles.

Bidim

Bidim is located in Brazil, manufacturing Bidim geotextiles for South America and the Terram B range of Geotextiles for distribution worldwide.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.terram.com/