The awards recognise outstanding safety performance in the manufacturing of Portland cement.
The company has announced a US$100 000 grant from CEMEX Foundation to TX/RX Labs to support the development of face masks, face shields and other Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to fight COVID-19.
The company reports that its Q1 results in terms of revenues and EBITDA were similar to the same period last year, and announces the launch of its RESET strategy to help mitigate the impact of COVID-19.
The company’s Q1 results are encouraging, despite the disruption caused by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
The company has cut its construction output growth forecast for Mexico to -7% in 2020, down from the previous forecast projection of -1.5%.
The company’s campaign highlights the importance of reducing the environmental impact of its manufacturing plants, and developing solutions to reduce waste and increase efficiency.
The company has been recognised as 2020 US EPA ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence for the second consecutive year.
Jill Truscott, LafargeHolcim, explains how energy efficiency studies, emissions capture strategies and alternative fuel systems could be set to help the cement industry reduce its carbon emissions.
The company has sold its Western Aggregates and Mathews Readymix operations for US$93.5 million to Teichert, a California-based construction company.
The company has forecast that the region’s construction output is now expected to contract by 4.1% in 2020.
Brandon Fultz, Sweet Manufacturing Company, outlines how the use of enclosed belt conveyors could help to minimise dust and reduce product loss in high capacity concrete facilities.
The company has announced the suspension of the CEMEX 2020 Building Award as part of its measures to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.