The companies have announced the signing of an exclusive 5-year contract for the development and commercialisation of low-carbon cement.
The company is presenting its new strategy ‘Beyond 2020’ at this year's Capital Markets Day. Key elements of the strategy are new medium-term financial and sustainability targets that the Group aims to achieve by 2025.
With its global open innovation platform LH MAQER, LafargeHolcim is inviting talented data and technical minds to reinvent sustainable cities by participating in HackZurich, Europe's largest hackathon, on 18 – 20 September 2020.
Steve Cox has been named as the new Executive Officer for the Concrete Industry Management (CIM) National Steering Committee (NSC).
The company is currently in the final stage of negotiations with several large-scale industrial fuel users in the UK, Europe and MENA region for the supply of its alternative fuel pellets.
The company is to continue working with recycled concrete after conducting projects in which recycled material was used as Holcim exposed concrete.
The company notes that while cement demand still appears to be high, the coronavirus pandemic has created uncertainty for the industry.
The company has announced that it will join some of the world’s leading cement and concrete companies in the ‘2050 Climate Ambition’, which aims to deliver a society with carbon neutral concrete by 2050.
Forty of the world’s leading cement and concrete companies have unveiled a joint industry ‘2050 Climate Ambition’. The ambition statement demonstrates the commitment of the industry across the globe to drive down the carbon footprint of the world’s most used man-made product.