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09 July 2013 | Quarrying

Loadrite system to extend Connected Site portfolio for construction, aggregates, mining and waste industries

Breedon Aggregates
12 April 2013 | Quarrying

Breedon Aggregates England agree deal to purchase four aggregates quarries from Marshalls Mono

18 October 2011 | Plant & Equipment

Swedish firm completes acquisition of Chinese supplier of crushing and screening equipment

Breedon Aggregates
22 July 2011 | Quarrying

UK’s largest independent aggregates producer completes first bolt-on acquisition

01 March 2005 | Plant & Equipment

ONTARIO-based McCloskey International, manufacturers of portable trommel screens and conveyors, have acquired Viper International, the Northern Ireland-based manufacturers of mobile vibrating...

01 December 2003 | Quarrying

CANTERBURY-based Robert Brett & Sons have further expanded their aggregates and ready-mixed concrete operations through the acquisition of Suffolk’s largest sand and gravel producer, the...

01 November 2003 | Quarrying

THE acquisition of part of Lafarge Concrete Products by Brett Landscaping marks another step in the planned growth strategy laid down when the company was launched at the start of 2003, a move...

01 April 2003 | Quarrying

ROBERT BRETT & Sons Ltd have acquired Essex-based Alresford Sand and Ballast Co. Ltd.

01 August 2001 | Quarrying

CANTERBURY-based Brett group have acquired, for an undisclosed sum, the entire shareholding of Atlas Stone Products, specialists in building and landscape products.

01 May 2001 | Quarrying

ROBERT Brett and Sons, the Canterbury-based independent construction materials group, have expanded into the US market with the acquisition of 100% of the share capital of West Sand and Gravel, a...

01 April 2000 | Quarrying

CANTERBURY-based Robert Brett and Sons have expanded their operations with the acquisition of Greenham Construction Materials, a wholly owned subsidiary of Taylor Woodrow, for £29.8 million.

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