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CEMEX participates in Via Baltica project

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World Cement,

CEMEX 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 with significant social, economic, and environmental benefits. CEMEX Poland will supply cement and concrete to build the surface on the 18-km long Stawiski-Szczuczyn section, including the construction of bridges along the way with dedicated mobile facilities.

"Our participation in constructing the S61 Via Baltica Expressway is another success for CEMEX in Poland. Once again, we mark our presence in one of the most important infrastructure projects in Poland and Europe,” said Sergio Menendez, President of CEMEX Europe, Middle East, Africa & Asia. "Our main focus is on collaborating closely with our customers and providing solutions that help complete their projects successfully."

The S61 Expressway will connect Ostrów Mazowiecka with Budzisko city on the Lithuanian border and as part of the international Via Baltica route, connecting Eastern European countries Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia with the rest of the continent. It is a critical route in the trans-European transport corridor and one of Poland's leading infrastructure investments.

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