David Chereb and Colin Sutherland, SC Market Analytics, present an outlook for cement in the US.
Cement news updates
Tarmac becomes one of the first UK major construction companies to offer maternity high-visibility PPE.
CEMEX Ventures has invested in LINKX, a software for optimising the delivery of construction materials.
At its Annual General Meeting, LafargeHolcim’s Board of Directors is to propose new members of the board.
Jörg Rohde, Managing Director, ATD-Abbausysteme GmbH, discusses the development of the new ATD-Target Blaster.
More cement news updates
Dalmia Cement (Bharat) has laid the foundation stone of the Dalmia Bharat Gopichand Badminton Academy.
SigmaRoc has appointed former CEO of Breedon South, Tim Hall, to its board of directors.
Steppe Cement Ltd launches market update for 1Q19.
SigmaRoc has acquired a significant stake in Gerald D. Harries.
GEA is to supply thomas zement turnkey plant for the reduction of NOx in flue gas.
EUROCEMENT Group member, Maltsovsky Portland Cement, has recorded a 19% year-on-year increase in cement production.
Holcim (Deutschland) has commissioned a new Caterpillar hydraulic excavator to extract limestone at its Beckum cement plant.
Four Buzzi Unicem plants in the US receive ENERGY STAR certification, marking the tenth year in a row the Chattanooga, Festus, and Maryneal plants have been recognised.
The Portland Cement Association has given CEMEX four awards for its safety and environmental efforts.
Global construction output growth to reach 3.4% in 2019, according to GlobalData.
The Global Cement and Concrete Association has joined forces with the Concrete Sustainability Council.
Aggregate Industries has won a Highways England Excellence in Safety award.
According to GlobalData, Australia’s construction industry will regain momentum, driven by investments in transport infrastructure.
The sixth LafargeHolcim Forum focuses on ‘re-materialising construction’.