Soil stabilization and road reconstruction
Inreco doo is a company involved in Serbian road construction industry, focusing mainly on special and innovative technologies such as Soil Stabilization, Recycling of road construction materials and Cold Milling.
Soil stabilization is a group of earthworks technologies for improving soil characteristics during the construction process and for improving mechanical properties and bearing properties. The two main technological methods are soil improvement and soil consolidation.
Cold recycling is an economically efficient and environmentally friendly method for the production of base layers with homogenizing layers of the existing road with repair additives, required binders, and water.
Road maintenance usually requires the removal of part of the existing structure, for which today the simplest method is cold milling.
In the processes of building embankments and widening the road, the machine works four times faster than traditional methods, and the daily production can reach 1500 m3.
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Welcome to Inreco
Inreco doo is a company involved in the Serbian road construction industry, focusing mainly on special and innovative technologies such as Soil Stabilisation, Recycling of road construction materials, and Cold Milling. From the beginnings of the company, Inreco has been devoted to promoting Sustainable Development and Environment Protection. The backbone of Inreco’s equipment is a state-of-the-art fleet of Wirtgen milling, cold recycling, and hot remixing road construction machines.
COLD MILLING is one of our major business domains and we offer various asphalt and concrete milling methods such as fine and super-fine milling or profiling. Inreco has a large assortment of milling machines for every possible need from bulk material removal to the most delicate and precise profiling jobs.
In addition, a significant share of the company’s activity is STABILIZATION of problematic under-structural soil layers of various green-field investment facilities. We are major subcontractors of earthwork stabilization on job sites of new roads, logistics facilities, shopping centers, and parking lots all around the country.
ROAD WIDENING is a special road construction segment in which Inreco plays an important role. We have several highly efficient purpose-built Road Widening Finishers. These machines have the capacity of laying soil, gravel, and asphalt in big quantities, thus eliminating the need for extensive manual labor.
IMPACTOR technology is yet another innovative technology offered by Inreco. Our Impactor 2000 machine is unparalleled in concrete surface cracking and demolition jobs. It is also very suitable for deep compaction on soil fill, dam and levee construction sites.
Detailed information on the different technologies is available under Services menu in the corresponding subfolder. May you have further questions we would be grateful to provide you with tailored information. Please contact us by mail or telephone.
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Inreco d.o.o. now owns a new machine John Deere 6190R which will be used for jobs that are hard to do using cement trucks.
In order to connect the market, Inreco has expanded its machinery to include two new cold milling machines.
Inreco signed contract for the soil stabilization of the new Toyo Tires production plant in Inđija.
Inreco Serbia with a cold recycling technology had recycled more than 45,000 m2 of asphalt on Fruška gora.
Inreco doo was founded in 2019. with the participation of Danish and Hungarian investors, with the prime intent of introducing and promoting the environment-friendly and cost-effective technologies already in practice in the European Union. Following years of tough work and step-by-step development Inreco successfully set foot in the road rehabilitation business. Today, Inreco is one of the well-established players in the road construction industry. It is part of Inreco Group with affiliates operating in Denmark, Hungary, Czech Rep., Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Germany and Croatia.