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Business divestment

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01 December 2021 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Zambia business sold to Chinese cement group Huaxin in line with Holcim’s portfolio transformation

01 December 2021 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Company’s portfolio optimization continues with divestment of Leocem to Diamond Cement Group

10 November 2021 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Company agrees to sell business activities in southern Spain to Votorantim Cimentos

Tillicoultry Quarries
05 November 2021 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

CEMEX divest certain ready-mixed concrete assets in Scotland as part of portfolio rebalancing strategy

Meridian Brick
09 October 2021 | Quarrying

Wienerberger acquire North American joint-venture brick business for US$250 million

06 October 2021 | Quarrying

Company to acquire complementary assets in the regions of Madrid and the Balearic Islands

05 October 2021 | Quarrying

Divestment of North American Building Products and Timber businesses sharpens focus on Australia

10 September 2021 | Ready-mixed & Concrete Products

Company sells Brazilian cement, concrete and aggregates business to CSN for US$1 billion

Metso Outotec
20 July 2021 | Aggregate Recycling

Company agrees to sell recycling division to Ahlström Capital


Company closes divestment of Buñol white cement plant and part of white cement business

Martin Marietta
24 May 2021 | Quarrying

HeidelbergCement agree to sell business activities in western US region for US$2.3 billion in cash

Halyps aggregate operation
05 May 2021 | Quarrying

Realignment of HeidelbergCement’s Greek business marks next step in company’s portfolio optimization


Disposal marks first step in portfolio optimization process as part of ‘Beyond 2020’ strategy

Meridian Brick
20 December 2020 | Quarrying

Wienerberger to acquire North American clay brick joint venture for US$250 million

09 November 2020 | Quarrying

CMA concerns to be addressed by disposal of certain assets to Tillicoultry Quarries for £12.2 million