The company has entered, for the tenth year, the ranking of the most outstanding companies in Social Responsibility (SR) and Corporate Governance of Merco Colombia.
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In a new whitepaper, ABB has revealed the potential for significant energy efficiency improvements in industry and infrastructure enabled by the latest and most high-efficiency motors and variable speed drives.
The company has taken the first steps towards the construction of Märker Cement’s Kiln Line no. 8 in Germany.
The company recently earmarked a total of CHF 5.3 million to change its current Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) to a bag house in its Ewekoro plant.
GlobalData expects the UK construction industry to grow by 8% 2021, supported by the government’s infrastructure investment plans.
The company has announced that it is participating in the construction of the Santolea Canyon Dam, one of the most important hydraulic infrastructure projects in Spain.
The funding will be used to further expand Seebo’s global reach and continue enhancing its process-based artificial intelligence solution. The solution enables cement manufacturers to identify process-driven inefficiencies in their production processes in order to predict and prevent production losses.
Block bottom valve bags made of polypropylene tape fabric have become one of the packaging options prescribed by law for cement producers in China. This type of bag was invented in 1995 by Starlinger.
In coordination with OVIS, CEMEX has reintroduced bighorn sheep into the wild in northwestern Mexico.
The company has launched a new product on the market – Fundi Masonry Cement, which is a specially formulated cement for plastering, brick laying and mortar works.
Driven by investments in overall infrastructure to rebuild the recently liberated regions, Azerbaijan’s construction industry is expected to recover in 2021 with an expected real growth rate of 9.1%, says GlobalData.
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The company has announced that Matt Baker has joined the team as Project Manager.
The latest analysis has revealed that the carbon footprint of paper sacks has been reduced by 8% from 2015 to 2018.
The company is celebrating 12 months of success at its training facility – the National Skills and Safety Park, one year on from its official opening by His Royal Highness The Duke of Cambridge.
The company has ordered a vertical roller mill for cement raw material grinding from Gebr. Pfeiffer for its plant in Malogoszcz, approximately 200 km south of the capital Warsaw.
The company has announced its first ECOPact project with Dueck Builders in Winnipeg, MB.
The company has become a partner in the HyNet North West consortium, which aims to create the world’s first low carbon industrial cluster.
CEMEX Holdings Philippines has announced that its consolidated net sales decreased by 16% in 2020, reaching around PHP 19.7 billion, versus the comparable period in 2019.
The company 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.
The company has released its Q4 financial results, reporting that it is going into 2021 with strong momentum.
The company has announced that its aggregates team in Eastern Canada has been recognised by the Ontario Sand, Stone and Gravel Association (OSSGA) for its commitment to rehabilitation, community involvement and property enhancements efforts in 2020.
The company has announced that it has closed the last quarter with a 16.3% increase in EBITDA, has reduced its debt, and reached US$115 million in savings throughout 2020.
The Clear Assured Bronze Standard, from assessment body The Clear Company, is awarded to businesses that can demonstrate that inclusivity and diversity are reflected across all policies and processes.
The scope of supply for the new raw material grinding plant includes, in addition to the steel construction and the entire installation, a LOESCHE mill type LM 45.4, a LOESCHE classifier type LSKS, rotary feeder, magnetic separator, conveyor, two HURRICLONS, mill fan, and the digital package 'Digital Ready 4.0!’
The company has prioritised safety and hygiene through different actions to reduce physical contact between the people who pass through its facilities every day.