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AI acquire Maxi Readymix Concrete Ltd

Maxi Readymix Concrete

Aggregate Industries expand operational footprint in Leicestershire with ready-mixed concrete business acquisition

AGGREGATE Industries have acquired Maxi Readymix Concrete Ltd, a leading independent ready-mixed concrete business in Leicestershire and the surrounding areas.

The acquisition, which is in line with Aggregate Industries’ Strategy 2022 – ‘Building for Growth’, will allow the company to strengthen its market position within a region offering growth opportunities.

Guy Edwards, chief executive officer of Aggregate Industries, said: ‘We have been very impressed by the Maxi Readymix Concrete team and are delighted to welcome them to the Aggregate Industries family.

‘Utilizing their experience in the construction sector and their strong focus on customer service, we will be able to assist the business with its future growth plans, complementing our own existing activities.

‘This acquisition will strengthen our position in the Midlands market and will support our ambition of remaining the supplier of choice for our customers.’

James Abraham, director of Maxi Readymix Concrete Ltd, added: ‘Since establishing the family-run company in 2014, we have always prided ourselves on being a truly reliable ready-mixed concrete supplier, delivering high-quality products and first-class service.

‘We are confident that, under the ownership of Aggregate Industries, this will continue, and the business will further thrive. I strongly believe that this partnership will offer us the support needed to continue developing in the local market.’

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