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01 February 2001 | Quarrying

Many livestock farmers in Wales have been hit hard by the well documented farming crisis, and are therefore investigating alternative uses for their land.

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01 February 2001 | Quarrying

S. Grundon (Services) have helped a class at Alder Bridge School near Reading with an unusual building project.

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01 February 2001 | Quarrying

BLUE Circle Industries have welcomed a new £3.1 billion cash bid from Lafarge following last year's failed hostile takeover attempt.

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"HANSON plc have acquired Davon Inc, the largest aggregates and ready-mixed concrete producers in southern Ohio, for US$99.8 million (£68 million) in cash.

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01 January 2001 | Quarrying

1 January 2001 saw the demise of the once ubiquitous Redland name as Lafarge Redland Aggregates Ltd began trading as Lafarge Aggregates Ltd.

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01 January 2001 | Quarrying

RMC Group have sold their UK lime business, RMC Industrial Minerals, to the Lhoist Group of Belgium. Completion took place on 14 December 2000.

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01 January 2001 | Quarrying

SAMSA, the Silica and Moulding Sands Association, has joined forces with the Quarry Products Association.

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01 January 2001 | Quarrying

A RECENT market survey of all known sand and gravel pits and crushed rock quarries in Northern Ireland has confirmed CRH's position as the largest aggregates company.

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01 January 2001 | Quarrying

THE Northern Ireland Assembly has unanimously opposed the introduction of the proposed aggregates tax, which, it is understood, could threaten over 4,000 quarrying jobs in the province.

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01 January 2001 | Quarrying

CATERPILLAR dealers Finning have made a significant move into the plant hire sector with the acquisition of Hewden Stuart for £322 million in cash.

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01 January 2001 | Quarrying

TRL and Cardiff University's Geoenvironmental Research Centre (GRC) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding which formalizes an existing working arrangement.

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