The company held a ceremonial signing ceremony on 07 July 2021 to award a contract to Sinoma CBMIPH Construction Corp. for installing a drying facility in La Union.
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The Transport Analytics Centre (TAC) optimises logistics for road safety, enhanced efficiency and sustainability.
The accreditation highlights the company’s quality management systems and ability to produce precise and accurate tests, calibration data and results.
The company has called on customers to support the use and promotion of innovative and environmentally friendly construction materials as the company accelerates sustainability initiatives to positively contribute towards the country’s development.
The programme aims to make cement manufacturing more efficient through better plant optimisation, higher plant availability and a safer working environment, and is part of parent company Holcim’s Strategy 2022 – ‘Building for Growth’.
The RMC business foray follows the green products ethos of JSW Cement and will launch unique eco-friendly concrete for use in various commercial construction projects.
Green Building Centres are designed to provide durable and affordable housing solutions in India by promoting sustainable building materials, building techniques and locally trained workforces.
The company’s sustainable and innovative product portfolio includes differentiated products for different climatic conditions, as well as low carbon building materials and solutions.
Mirko Köhler will become Scheuch Asia’s Managing Director in mid-June 2021. He will take over from Jan Eike Graeff, who has success-fully managed Scheuch Asia since 2019.
Mr. Mahendra Singhi, Managing Director & CEO of Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Limited has been invited to represent the Carbon Pricing Leadership Coalition as Carbon Pricing Champion.
The companies are expected to make a significant contribution towards helping parent LafargeHolcim achieve its ‘net zero’ pledge and meet its science-based targets.
The company has supplied its Ready Mixed Concrete product for the construction of the Shri Krishna Temple in Kurukshetra, Haryana. The landmark project, once completed, will stand tall at 74 m (243 ft.).
The company has entered into a definitive sale and purchase agreement with Engie SA to acquire Engie's 60.48% stake in Engie Eps SA for €17.10 per share in cash, for an aggregate consideration of €132 million.