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2020 / 2021 Edition

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Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

CEMEX Admixtures R&D

Next-generation admixtures featuring advanced new technology for sustainable urbanization

Song Zhiping

Song Zhiping calls on cement industry to continue carbon neutrality efforts and embrace digitalization

SBM EUROMIX 3300 SPACE plant
14 June 2021 | Plant & Equipment

SBM to supply six concrete mixing plants for construction of world’s longest immersed tunnel

Forterra

UK team in Innovate UK-funded pilot project to decarbonize precast concrete in construction

Cauldon cement plant

Cement plant breaks ground on £13 million project to reduce CO2 emissions by up to 30,000 tonnes annually

SigmaRoc PPG

SigmaRoc to go cement-free across entire precast concrete portfolio from January 2022

Living with Minerals 7 Conference
09 June 2021 | Quarrying

Organized by the MPA on behalf of the CBI Minerals Group – ‘UK Minerals Strategy – Three Years On’

CEMEX

Consortium partners looking to generate electricity using supercritical carbon dioxide technology

U.S. Concrete

Deal set to enhance and expand Vulcan’s aggregates-led business in attractive growing metropolitan areas

TAI

New orders increase at fastest rate since construction PMI survey began in April 1997

Roller-compacted concrete

Concrete Society and Rapid International to host online technical seminar on the benefits of RCC

MPA
02 June 2021 | Quarrying

Realities of climate change and the mineral products industry’s response underlined at MPA conference

Rugby cement works
02 June 2021 | Quarrying

Company renews 100% UK renewable electricity supply contract for a further three years

Slite cement plant

HeidelbergCement to upgrade Slite cement plant on Swedish island of Gotland to capture total emissions

Jim Mintern
02 June 2021 | Quarrying

As announced in March, Jim Mintern has succeeded Senan Murphy with effect from 1 June 2021

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