Tarmac have acquired Northwich-based Monty Mason Blocks from administrative receivers for an undisclosed sum.
Three Hanson Waste Management employees are to appear in a new television programme about landfill which forms part of the Open University's environmental management degree course.
Contrary to government assertions, the Quarry Products Association says the planned aggregates tax will not be able to deliver promised environmental improvements to communities affected by...
BY rejecting the 'New Deal', the Government has missed the opportunity to work with the quarrying industry to achieve significant and continuing environmental advancements.
ON 2 March the construction materials businesses of Anglo Industrial Minerals (AIM) were formally merged with Tarmac plc to create a new market-leading business with a turnover in excess of £1.4...
AS expected with a merger of this scale, there have been several casualties among Tarmac's top ranks.
THE University of Nottingham, Shell Bitumen and Shell Global Solutions (UK) have announced plans for a multimillion pound initiative to construct and operate a purpose-built, state-of-the-art...
HANSON Aggregates are spending £650 million on two projects to upgrade and improve the efficiency and environmental performance of the 26-year-old lime-burning kiln at Batts Combe Quarry in...
NORDBERG (UK) Ltd have been appointed as the sole UK distributors of the Broyt range of track- and wheel-mounted faceshovels.
AGGREGATE Industries Inc. have acquired four businesses for $38.3 million (£24.4 million) as part of their strategy for ongoing expansion in the US.
RMC Group are to cease production of clinker at their kiln in Rochester, Kent, later this year when their new plant at Rugby reaches full output.
Cambridge-based independent aggregates company M.
Traffic to and from Tarmac's Barrasford Quarry in Northumberland has travelled along a network of lanes, passing through the neighbouring village, for over 100 years.
At this morning's AGM, Christopher Collins, chairman, made the following comments regarding the acquisition of Pioneer International Ltd and the outlook for Hanson.
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.