Located on 30 acres of land in Arouca, east Trinidad, Bestcrete for over fifty years has been the trusted name in concrete building products. The manufacturing facility consists of three plants, two of which are automated, with a combined daily production capacity of over sixty thousand concrete blocks. Bestcrete also produces a much wider variety of concrete products than its competitors; among these are interlocking paving stones and several designs of decorative blocks.
Production facilities at Bestcrete presently include three (3) fully functional plants, with the most recent upgrade, the Colombia 1600, making it one of the most modern plants in the Caribbean. With the introduction of this plant, Bestcrete is now able to increase its production capacity by 30%.
ABEL- Clay and Bestcrete products are manufactured to internationally accepted standards, with the companies being ISO 9001: 2015 certified. The range of Bestcrete products has been used on several prominent projects throughout the Caribbean. Most noteworthy is the interlocking pavers which were used at the Grenada Stadium and the Port of St. George’s (Grenada), the St. Vincent Cruise Ship facility, Sandals Resorts (St. Vincent and Jamaica), and the Piarco International Airport and the Brian Lara Promenade (Trinidad & Tobago).
To efficiently reach the widest cross-section of the buying population, ABEL / Bestcrete has segmented the market into that of hardware dealers, contractors, and the retail trade. Each member of our sales team has been assigned to one of these segments and it is their responsibility to ensure that every customer receives the highest level of service.
ABEL / Bestcrete sales and distribution channel for the retail trade, comprises of the two factory outlets and the Tobago Product Centre which are shared with fellow ANSA McAl group member, ANSA Coatings Ltd. Here, the entire range of products are displayed, and customers receive expert advice on their building needs from our staff. Currently, there are the two factory outlets, Bestcrete on the Churchill Roosevelt Highway, Clay at Deport Road Longdenville and the Product Centre in Scarborough Tobago.