The company has announced that it is participating in the construction of the S61 Via Baltica Expressway, a key component of a transcontinental transport route across Europe.
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The company has released its Q4 financial results, reporting that it is going into 2021 with strong momentum.
The company has announced that its aggregates team in Eastern Canada has been recognised by the Ontario Sand, Stone and Gravel Association (OSSGA) for its commitment to rehabilitation, community involvement and property enhancements efforts in 2020.
This session reviews some of the services that Eaton can provide to customers in the cement industry as well as some of the topics that came up in a recent article that Marc helped write for Modern Cement Plants supplement.
Entitled ‘Virtual Verification’, this article focused primarily around the concept of virtual witness testing, which allows customers to verify the capabilities of their equipment remotely from their offices or even their homes.
The scope of supply for the new raw material grinding plant includes, in addition to the steel construction and the entire installation, a LOESCHE mill type LM 45.4, a LOESCHE classifier type LSKS, rotary feeder, magnetic separator, conveyor, two HURRICLONS, mill fan, and the digital package 'Digital Ready 4.0!’
The company has prioritised safety and hygiene through different actions to reduce physical contact between the people who pass through its facilities every day.
Aircrete, the special air-entrained concrete (LP concrete) from Heidelberger Beton GmbH, has been chosen for the renovation of a parking deck of a group of companies in Wuppertal.
The company has announced that it has successfully introduced new hydrogen technology as part of its fuel mix in all of its cement plants in Europe, and it is set to be deployed in the company's other global operations this year.
The company’s energy policy has made it possible to make new improvements to the environmental behaviour of the Sant Vicenç dels Horts factory.
The Swiss CPC AG and Holcim (Deutschland) GmbH and its subsidiary Vetra Betonverbindteilwerke GmbH signed a comprehensive cooperation agreement in December 2020. The aim of the cooperation is to produce high-performance thin concrete slabs with a high-strength concrete for the German, Dutch and Scandinavian markets.
The seven bolt-on investments are aligned to CEMEX’s key priorities of climate action, sustainable construction and EBITDA growth, representing advances in fossil fuel reduction, lower CO2 footprint products, and circular economy etc.