The company has announced strong results in Q3 2020 with all regions showing increasing profitability.
It has been announced that for the second consecutive year, CEMEX has been named to the prestigious Texan by Nature 20 (TxN 20), an initiative led by the Texas-led conservation non-profit to recognise the best work in conservation from companies with operations in Texas.
The company has announced that Vertua, its first-ever net-zero carbon concrete, will soon be available in its major markets worldwide after a successful launch in Europe.
The company has announced that it has successfully closed the amendment process under its facilities agreement.
Seven high performing students at the University of Derby Centre for Mineral Products are celebrating personal success in the 2020 Institute of Quarrying (IQ) Student Awards.
Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, a pioneer in low-carbon cement, announces that it has signed a 3-year contract with CEMEX France, a global group in the building materials sector, to supply Hoffmann Green low-carbon and clinker-free cements.
The WHC has recently granted CEMEX the 2020 Corporate Conservation Leadership Award, honouring the company's overall achievement in biodiversity conservation efforts.
For the past 10 years, CEMEX and the CEMEX-Tecnológico de Monterrey Centre for Sustainable Development have presented the award to support high-impact projects that promote economic growth and social commitment.
The companies have announced the creation of Wallex, a company focused on design and engineering, manufacturing and on-site installation of offsite panelised and self-supporting construction systems.
The company has announced that it has earned 11 awards from the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association (NSSGA), recognising the ongoing and longstanding commitments to environmental excellence and positive community relations at its aggregate operations.