The company has revealed that it has achieved promising results in 2020, and confirms its optimistic outlook for 2021.
HeidelbergCement’s US subsidiary, Lehigh Hanson, and Fortera have announced a collaboration to implement a new type of carbon capture and utilisation (CCU) technology in a pilot installation at Lehigh’s Redding California cement facility.
The company was chosen to supply its VAS logistics solution for Heidelberg’s sand and gravel works in Germany.
The further development and scaling-up of the LEILAC technology has begun; it has been decided to build the LEILAC 2 demonstration installation for carbon capture at the HeidelbergCement cement plant in Hanover, Germany.
The company recently supplied coloured concrete for Europe's largest tropical adventure world, Tropical Islands.
The company’s Polish subsidiary Górazdze Cement and BayWa r.e. have signed a purchase agreement for electricity from the Witnica Solar Park.
The company has sold its majority stake of 51% in the Kuwaiti cement and ready-mixed concrete company, Hilal Cement, to Silver Share Real Estate.
The Norwegian parliament has approved the investment in a full-scale carbon capture facility at the HeidelbergCement Norcem plant in Brevik, Norway.
The global environmental non-profit organisation CDP has recognised HeidelbergCement as one of the world’s leading companies in cutting emissions, mitigating climate risks and developing the low-carbon economy.