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Lagan’s brick, tile, and bagged cement products rebranded as Breedon

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Following the acquisition of Lagan Group by Breedon Group earlier in 2018, Lagan’s brick, tile, and bagged cement products have been rebranded as Breedon.

Lagan manufactures a comprehensive range of concrete roof tiles, clay facing bricks, and bagged cement, supplying to builders merchants across the UK and Ireland. Enhancing Breedon’s portfolio of specialist building products, the newly-branded range will join a range of products, including decorative aggregates, concrete products, and Welsh Slate.

“It is a very exciting time to be part of Breedon,” said James Cousins, Regional Director responsible for Breedon’s specialist building products. “We have spent the last few months getting to know our new colleagues, as well as the products and plants within the group, and the rebranding of Lagan to Breedon demonstrates our commitment to the market to move forward as a single brand, leveraging the strength of the enlarged group to offer our customers high quality products and the highest level of customer service. It is early days, but one thing is for sure: we will be continuing to grow and invest in our business in the coming years, with a continuing focus on our customers throughout the UK and Ireland.”

Breedon is a leading construction materials group in the UK and Ireland.

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