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CEMEX confirms mothballing of South Ferriby cement plant

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World Cement,

Following a period of consultation with Employee Representatives and Unite the Union, CEMEX has today confirmed its proposal and will mothball its South Ferriby cement plant. This will affect approximately 110 employees who are currently based at the plant and the company anticipates that the majority of redundancies will take place in July.

CEMEX customers will be supplied from the company’s existing cement network. CEMEX’s supply chain plan and commercial management will ensure that customer service will be maintained at all times. The company assures customers that it will continue to supply high quality products in line with expectations.

The company has said it remains committed to the UK and its European business, which is one of the company’s largest regions, and will continue to have a strong national presence. This decision will allow CEMEX to optimise the network it has available across the region.

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