Graymont has finalised the acquisition of two lime companies in New Zealand from Holcim.
The Italy-based construction chemicals company was a joint venture with Buzzi Unicem.
Government spending on infrastructure development is set to start soon.
Tyre components can be reused in concrete to make buildings 'greener', tougher and more resistant to earthquakes.
ComCo has announced its decision to enforce a fine of approximately CHF 34 million on CRH plc.
Menzel Elektromotoren have engineered and delivered six new motors for a North-African cement plant.
Move would put a significant dent in the UK’s housing supply requirements.
A round-up of some of this week’s key news items from the international cement industry, from development and distribution to the latest corporate updates.
In May 2015, US construction spending grew to its highest level in over six and a half years.
As a result of this growth, confidence in the sector rose to an 11-year high.
Sinoma E & E has awarded a contract to Claudius Peters for the delivery of an ETA cooler with a capacity of 5500 tpd.
Concrete cured with carbon dioxide (CO2) performs comparably or better than traditional Portland Cement-based concrete.
Sandvik Construction featured heavily at the Demolition Expo 2015.
Terex Construction has strengthened its distributor network with the appointment of Embankment Machinery Sales Ltd.
ACIS will expand its service offering with Magnesita’s refractory products in support of global cement greenfield projects.
Greece's Titan Cement Company S.A. has announced that it will postpone its 2014 dividend payment.