The innovative fibre cement materials Etex produces strike a balance between aesthetics, authenticity, high quality and low maintenance. This combination meets the needs of future-focussed builders and architects who are increasingly concerned with sustainability and energy efficiency.

Brands and products

Constantly seeking to develop lighter, stronger and better materials, our Etex Exteriors division targets three segments. Architects around the world appreciate the dedication to form, functionality and eco-friendliness of our façade materials. Meanwhile, residential customers value the ease-of-use, diversity and flexibility of our façade, roof and terrace materials. Furthermore, our fibre cement corrugated sheets occupy a privileged position in agricultural roofing. Key brands are Equitone, Cedral, Eternit and Euronit.


Our Etex Exteriors division is growing steadily – and our strategy for the future is to pursue this track in every region where we are active. We aim to make our fibre-cement products top of mind in our target audiences: architects, homeowners and farmers.


Not only are we a global leader in architectural fibre cement façade materials and agricultural roofs, we are also a European market leader in residential fibre cement materials. While we operate in a fragmented and competitive landscape with growth potential, our solutions are suitable for various applications – from large buildings to residential homes and agricultural buildings.

Main trends

Architects are inspired by the design potential presented by our fibre cement façade materials. These display subtle differences in texture and are exclusively designed and developed for and with architects to meet their creative expectations. In addition, the needs of homeowners around the globe drive our goal to provide them with façade materials of timeless beauty. This means that aesthetics, a long lifespan, low maintenance and easy installation are the main requirements we strive to fulfil. Furthermore, our sustainable materials and associated construction methods adhere to the most stringent environmental regulations.