The company recently earmarked a total of CHF 5.3 million to change its current Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) to a bag house in its Ewekoro plant.
The company has ordered a vertical roller mill for cement raw material grinding from Gebr. Pfeiffer for its plant in Malogoszcz, approximately 200 km south of the capital Warsaw.
The company has released its Q4 financial results, reporting that it is going into 2021 with strong momentum.
The company has announced that its aggregates team in Eastern Canada has been recognised by the Ontario Sand, Stone and Gravel Association (OSSGA) for its commitment to rehabilitation, community involvement and property enhancements efforts in 2020.
The Swiss CPC AG and Holcim (Deutschland) GmbH and its subsidiary Vetra Betonverbindteilwerke GmbH signed a comprehensive cooperation agreement in December 2020. The aim of the cooperation is to produce high-performance thin concrete slabs with a high-strength concrete for the German, Dutch and Scandinavian markets.
The company’s Precast Plant in Winnipeg, Manitoba, has supplied a sustainable solution for the construction of the 18-story multi-use apartment building at 221 Stradbrook.
The two companies will study the feasibility of capturing carbon from two LafargeHolcim cement plants, based in Europe and North America, using Schlumberger’s carbon sequestration technologies.
The company has announced the acquisition of Edile Commerciale and the signing of Cemex Rhone Alpes. These operations are hoped to strengthen LafargeHolcim’s position in Europe.
The company will represent the building materials industry, to accelerate climate action through innovation.
The company has announced that MediaCorp Canada Inc. has named it as one of Canada’s top employers for young people. The recognition speaks to Lafarge Canada’s commitment to foster a workplace where growth, learning and development are key components of its Employee Value Proposition.