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The company will take a step forward to complement its portfolio of products and services for sustainable urbanisation across the construction value chain.
Ten LafargeHolcim green building solutions are endorsed today by the ‘Solar Impulse Efficient Solution’ label, recognising world-leading technologies that protect the environment in a profitable way.
The company will supply concrete for the construction of the Las Glòries Tunnel road from its plant in Sagrera.
The company has been awarded a new contract by Nanjing Kisen International Engineering, part of CNBM Group, for a Lafarge Holcim cement plant in Poland.
Portland Cement Association (PCA) Market Intelligence Group’s Senior Vice President and Chief Economist, Ed Sullivan, recently presented their annual Spring cement consumption forecast, predicting an increase in cement consumption for 2021 and 2022.
The company has announced that it ended 2020 with higher sales, increased cash generation and its lowest leverage in the last ten years.
The company has outlined its agenda for its Annual General Meeting (AGM) which will take place on 04 May 2021 at 10am CEST.
The company has announced that it is participating in the latest phase of construction of the Grand Parkway, the planned 180-mile circumferential highway in Houston, Texas.
The companies have joined forces to support young people in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region. From the new school year, all students from the region will be able to study as automation specialists.
As part of the project, the Wössingen cement works is aiming to expand its mining area. For this purpose, the border is to be moved by a strip of about 150 m wide with an area of around 11 ha.
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The new model retains the key benefits of the company’s EZ Flexx50 Bricking Machine, offering a light weight and high load capacity, whilst also featuring a stair-stepped deck.
In this latest spotlight, David Bizley, Editor of World Cement, sits down with Reinhold Weidnig, Head of Mondi’s Technical Sales Service.
Winners have been chosen in the seventh Lafarge Africa National Essay Competition in Nigeria with the theme ‘Building the Nigeria of my dreams’.
The club received almost £20 000 to complete the project which will make the building safe, warm and welcoming for those who use it.
After a successful market adoption globally, ECOPact has been launched in the West Bengal market to enable carbon neutral construction.
The cement will be delivered to the Secretariat of Infrastructure, leading the improvement of the road corridor to access Las Tablas and Pita townships, located in the municipality of Repelón.
Access to the visitor centre at Whisby Nature Park will be improved through a programme of work thanks to a grant from the Tarmac Landfill Communities Fund.
ST Equipment & Technology LLC (STET) has announced the collaboration of a fly ash beneficiation project with the Phoenix Cement Company. The project will be the 26th commercial-scale fly ash separator installed worldwide by STET.
The company is welcoming the whole Firestone Building Products team of 1900 employees.
Join World Cement on 20 - 21 April for two days of expert-lead presentations at EnviroTech 2021, the online conference focused on reducing the cement industry’s environmental impact.
The company’s Northern Alberta construction team is kicking off 2021 with road redesign and upgrades west of Edmonton, AB.
The California Nevada Cement Association (CNCA) has announced its plan for the industry to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2045, outlining key opportunities and actions to achieve this goal.
Populations of nationally important reptile species have been protected and moved to specially designed and bespoke new habitats at Tarmac’s Bellhouse Quarry in Essex.
The company has developed the new robot to meet the extreme requirements of the toughest hard rock underground work.