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Tarmac simplifies structure of businesses

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Tarmac is creating a new, simplified structure for its Aggregates and Asphalt (A&A) and ready-mix (RMX) business units, with the aim of enhancing customer experience.

Three regions, each led by a managing director and a number of area directors, will be introduced. They will manage separate RMX and A&A activities within their territories. These changes will ensure that the business continues to offer excellent service to all customers, through a more flexible, coordinated local approach that provides greater direct access to its products and expertise, while addressing the requirements of national customers.

Martin Riley, Senior Vice President, Tarmac said: “Creating excellent customer relationships is the cornerstone of our business, and we believe these changes to our Aggregates & Asphalt, and Readymix operations will make it even easier for customers to work with us. We know that clients value the expertise we bring to projects and trust us to deliver high quality materials and services. This new regional structure will ensure that local customers have better access to our specialist teams and our aggregates, asphalt and readymix concrete products, whilst addressing the requirements of national customers.”

Tarmac’s Building Products, Cement and Lime and Contracting businesses continue to be integral to its overall delivery of high class materials, services and solutions, and will work collaboratively within the same territories to make it as simple as possible to do business with them.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/europe-cis/20012017/tarmac-simplifies-structure-of-businesses/

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