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Lehigh White Cement to enhance product range

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Lehigh White Cement Co. has committed to enhancing its product offerings to the architectural concrete and cement product industries through an expanded range of white cement products. The announcement comes following the majority takeover of the company by Cementir Holding.

“Lehigh White is committed to bringing the most sustainable, best-designed cement to market,” said Dan Harrington, Lehigh White Cement Co.’s CEO. “By giving our customers a superior product, we contribute to their success and reinforce our efforts to bring innovative cements to the North American marketplace.”

Lehigh White Cement Co.currently produces traditional portland and masonry cements that have been the backbone of architectural products throughout the last century. Lehigh White also produces speciality cements, including portland limestone cement that deliver enhanced performance, such as increased workability and finishability for targeted applications within the pool plastering and stucco industries.

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