The company closed 2019 with consolidated revenues of 9.3 trillion pesos, an increase of 11.4%, and a consolidated Ebitda of 1.7 trillion pesos.
The company has announced a new climate action strategy, hoped to achieve CEMEX’s plans to advance towards a carbon-neutral economy.
Jan Jenisch, LafargeHolcim CEO, has joined the call to action for business leadership on human rights by the WBCSD.
The company is celebrating the tenth year of the CEMEX-Tec Award, which recognises entrepreneurs and students that develop high-impact proposals and projects regarding sustainable development, innovation, and social entrepreneurship.
CEMEX has collaborated to develop youth employability and entrepreneurial skills through social initiatives such as its leadership of the New Employment Opportunities (NEO) initiative.
The company has outlined the dangers and best practices regarding confined space entry on bulk material handling systems, in hopes of reducing the number of fatalities occurring in confined spaces.
The Scheuch Group member, Schust, has announced Daniel Locke as its new Director of Business Development – Industrial Minerals.
The company has decided to reduce its number of employees by 500; this includes 80 members of staff from its headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark, and 420 staff from offices elsewhere.
CDP (formerly Carbon Disclosure Project) has recognised HeidelbergCement with a place on the ‘Climate Change A-List 2019’.