The company has announced the launch of its green concrete ECOPact in Latin America, starting in Ecuador, Colombia and Mexico, with all key markets due to follow in the first half of 2021.
To reduce the moisture content of the alternative fuel (RDF) for the kiln burner, Lafarge Zementwerke GmbH Mannersdorf has awarded A TEC a contract for the implementation of its innovative Flash Dryer.
The company has priced a €850 million sustainability-linked bond with a coupon of 0.5% maturing in 2031.
The company has announced its latest partnership with Southeast University in Nanjing, China, where it is sponsoring research into concrete and mortars for on-site 3D printing.
In Schleswig-Holstein, Holcim is currently attempting to relocate the European crayfish, which is threatened with extinction, at various disused gravel ponds and thus enable the species to survive in Schleswig-Holstein.
Following its rollout in Europe and the US, Lafarge Canada introduces ECOPact, a range of green concrete, delivering high-performing, sustainable and circular benefits with the opportunity to reuse materials in construction.
Students in engineering, architecture, and material science are encouraged to join in a hackathon to pioneer new solutions, leveraging concrete 3D printing technology for more effective and efficient housing construction.
At the end of the first quarter of 2022, the headquarters of the Holcim Deutschland Group will move from the old town in the direction of Eppendorf / Hoheluft to Troplowitzstraße 5.
The company has announced the acquisition of the assets of Mixcor Aggregates Inc. based in Alberta. Twenty-six sites and 50 employees will join the Lafarge team, paving the way for green construction solutions.
The company has revealed that it is confident about the future, based on the resilience of its strategy, the agility of its decentralised business model, and its action plan, ‘HEALTH, COST & CASH’.