TWO CEMEX plants in the US have been recognized by the Portland Cement Association (PCA) and Cement Americas for their environmental excellence at the 9th Annual Cement Industry Environmental and...
A BROKEN tooth from the Orthacodus family, an extinct group of sharks, has been found in the Cambridge Greensand at CEMEX’s Barrington Quarry, near Cambridge.
HOLCIM Group are to acquire CEMEX’s Australian operations for approximately A$2.02 billion (£975 million), subject to the fulfilment of due diligence and regulatory approvals within a six-month...
CRH are believed to have taken over from Lagan as the largest quarrying company in Northern Ireland.
CEMEX have completed of the sale of their operations in Arizona and Florida, as required by the US Department of Justice in association with the Rinker Group acquisition, to Dublin-based...
CEMEX announced this week that they are currently in negotiations with CRH plc, the Dublin-based international building materials group, that may lead to the divestiture of certain CEMEX assets...
A marine aggregates plant in Dover has recently replaced two failed screens with a single new screen from Finedoor.
Sean Cassidy, regional environment manager at CEMEX, highlights the importance of dedicated conservation and biodiversity strategies for quarries
David Hart, UK supply chain director with CEMEX, examines current health and safety challenges in the industry, and what operators need to do to lead in this area
Georgina Carlo-Paat talks about her rise to the top of her profession and the need to encourage more people, especially women, into the mineral extractives industry
Designed and built by DUO plc, CEMEX’s recently opened wharf at Dagenham is now the closest aggregate production plant to central London on the north side of the Thames
CEMEX UK pick up top accolade at MPA Health & Safety Awards 2013
Upgraded sand-processing system for Angerstein Wharf and successful unit-cost processing project at Hatfield Quarry
Fire-damaged wharf back on course following £2 million replant
By Stuart Boulter, field projects team, Archaeological Service, Environment & Transport Dept., Suffolk County Council