The digitally enabled programme, CoachUP!, is the latest addition to Cemex EMEA’s existing portfolio of leadership development programmes and capability-building academies, unified under the award-winning Cemex University organisation.
Capsol Technologies has been awarded feasibility studies for the CapsolEoP® (end-of-pipe) carbon capture technology at two large cement plants in the EU with the potential to capture more than 1.5 million t of CO2 per annum combined. The studies will start in Q3 2023.
thyssenkrupp rothe erde (Business Unit Bearings), thyssenkrupp nucera, Uhde and Polysius, which each possess key technologies for the decarbonisation of industry, will be combined at the start of the new fiscal year on October 1, 2023 in the new segment Decarbon Technologies.
Cemex Germany continues to invest in more sustainable transport for its products. The building materials company has taken delivery of two fully electric truck mixers from Putzmeister, which will become part of the Berlin truck mixer fleet.
Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, an industrial player committed to the decarbonation of the construction sector that designs and markets innovative clinker-free cements, announces the signature of a commercial partnership with Marne Béton, a manufacturer of ready-mix concrete in its five plants located in the East of France.
Betolar is contributing to the green transition in construction by helping to speed up the updating of standards for building materials. The aim is to influence standards to support the adoption of new building material technologies in construction.
Responsible for up to 8% of global emissions, the cement and concrete industry must swiftly decarbonise.
Cemex is strengthening its aggregates supply in Europe with the purchase of two quarries near Madrid as part of its strategic bolt-on acquisition strategy.
Supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) will play a key role in the cement industry’s pathway to net zero.
New figures from the Mineral Products Association (MPA) provide more concrete evidence of the slowdown in Britain’s construction industry.