Heidelberg Materials has launched the worlds first carbon captured net zero cement, evoZero, which will have broad applications and be available in two versions.
Due to good business in all regions, Heidelberg Materials has achieved strong financial figures, increasing its revenue by 6% as well as playing a pioneering role in decarbonisation.
Construction start for a pilot carbon capture installation was celebrated at Heidelberg Materials’ plant in Devnya, Bulgaria.
Heidelberg Materials has become the first heavy building materials manufacturer in the UK to reach the updated PAS 2080:2023 standard on managing and reducing whole-life carbon in the built environment.
Hanson UK has become Heidelberg Materials, aligning with its parent company which announced its new global branding in September 2022.
The new brand identity underlines the company's pioneering role in the path to carbon neutrality and digitalisation in the building materials industry.
Heidelberg Materials completed the divestment of its business in Gambia with the sale of its cement terminal in the Gambian capital Banjul to B5 Plus. Both parties have agreed not to disclose the financial terms of the transaction.
Green Drop Rock Products is an independent producer of aggregates with a high-capacity plant that is well positioned to supply the Calgary market.
Heidelberg Materials announced today that Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has delivered and installed a compact CO2 pilot capture system 'CO2MPACTTM' at its cement plant in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
Heidelberg Materials has released its half-year results for 2023, showing revenue increases of 8.5% to €10,473 million.