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01 May 2000 | Quarrying

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...

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

AS expected with a merger of this scale, there have been several casualties among Tarmac's top ranks.

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

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...

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

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...

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

NORDBERG (UK) Ltd have been appointed as the sole UK distributors of the Broyt range of track- and wheel-mounted faceshovels.

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

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.

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

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.

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

Cambridge-based independent aggregates company M.

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

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.

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

At this morning's AGM, Christopher Collins, chairman, made the following comments regarding the acquisition of Pioneer International Ltd and the outlook for Hanson.

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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.

01 April 2000 | Quarrying

BY rejecting the 'New Deal', the Government has missed the opportunity to work with the quarrying industry to achieve significant and continuing environmental advancements.

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01 April 2000 | Quarrying

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...

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01 March 2000 | Quarrying

THE last chapter in the long-running debate over the proposed introduction of an aggregates tax appears to be drawing to a close, with the Chancellor expected to make an announcement in this month...

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01 March 2000 | Quarrying

AS expected, Anglo American will have to offer a number of quarries and plants for divestment in order to prevent their £1.2 billion bid for Tarmac being referred to the Competition Commission.

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