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  1. IrelandÔÇÖs CRH completes acquisition

    building materials firm (CW Group) IrelandÔÇÖs CRH completed the EUR 6.5 billion acquisition of assets from Lafarge and Holcim, becoming the worldÔÇÖs third largest building materials firm and the second biggest in aggregates, reports The Construction...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  2. CRH takes over Holcim Serbia

    is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}]Irish CRH announced that it has completed the process of taking over Holcim Serbia and the Novi Popovac cement plant, reports Blic. The transaction is part of competition requirements imposed for the...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  3. LafargeHolcim to cut costs

    Company aims to improve profit margins (CW Group) LafargeHolcim said it needs to cut costs to improve profit margins, reports Business Report. The new entity is expected to cut spending by at least CHF 200 million (about $208 million) over the rest of...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  4. New cement merger planned

    a 45 percent stake in Italcementi and then launch a public offer of the remaining, reports LÔÇÖAgefi. After the Lafarge and Holcim merger that gave rise to the number one cement market in the world, German cement manufacturer HeidelbergCement proposed...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  5. EU abandons investigation launched in 2010 into cement companies

    Holcim, Lafarge under investigation (CW Group) The antitrust investigation opened in the cement sector in December 2010 by the European Commission ended, reports Boursier. The regulator suspected several cement companies, including Holcim and Lafarge,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  6. Brazilian antitrust watchdog orders cement companies to reduce installed capacity

    Camargo CorreaÔÇÖs Intercement Brasil unit, Itabira Agro Industrial and Cia de Cimentos Itamb├®, as well as Switzerland's Holcim and Cimpor Cimentos de Portugal colluded on pricing to force rivals out of the market. The ruling followed an eight-year...

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    • Category: Markets & Competition
  7. Lafarge Holcim expects to deliver synergies

    The merged company expects to deliver at least CHF100 million synergies (CW Group) Though by the third year LafargeHolcim expects to achieve CHF 1.5 billion in synergies, by the end of the year, the company is aiming to deliver at least CHF 100...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Financial
  8. Holcim Romania cement and clinker sales increase

    content you tried to access is only available to paid subscribers.","link":"1"}] On the cement and clinker market, Holcim RomaniaÔÇÖs sales grew by 23.1 percent in the first half of the year, while prices decreased by 0.7 percent. The increase in sales...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Volume & Pricing
  9. Holcim profits drop

    in the second quarter (CW Group) During the last quarter of reporting its financial results separately from Lafarge, Holcim registered a 35 percent drop in profits, reports MarketWatch. Net profit in the three months to June 20 declined to CHF 263...

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    • Category: Financial
  10. Merged LafargeHolcim unveiled in Nigeria

    building materials company (CW Group) The most anticipated merger of the year, between the two cement giants Lafarge and Holcim, led to a market capitalization of CHF 41 billion, reports PM News Nigeria. The deal is thought to be an essential step...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Markets & Competition
  11. Heidelberg Cement buys stake in Italcementi

    offer at the same per-share price for the remaining 55 percent of the Italian company. The transaction comes one week after Holcim and Lafarge finalized their USD40 billion merger. HeidelbergCement is currently the worldÔÇÖs no. 4 cement producer, with...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  12. US: Essroc to triple slag grinding capacity

    The company bought HolcimÔÇÖs former grinding unit in St Lawrence (CW Group) Essroc Cement, part of Italcementi, purchased a 0.5 million tons per year slag grinding unit from Holcim, following the merger of Lafarge and Holcim, reports Concrete...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  13. Lafarge Zimbabwe to benefit from growth prospects

    LafargeHolcim to create value for Lafarge Zimbabwe (CW Group) Lafarge CementÔÇÖs Zimbabwe unit is expected to benefit from "highly attractive growth prospects" likely to emerge from the union, a spokesperson said, reports All Africa. "The merger will...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  14. EurocementÔÇÖs Filaret Galchev ÔÇô third largest shareholder of LafargeHolcim

    businessmen from Eurocement Holding Filaret Galchev became the third largest shareholder of LafargeHolcim, reports NSP. As such, Eurocement now holds a 6.39 percent stake of LafargeHolcim. The largest shareholder is Swiss Cement-Industrie-Gesellschaft,...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  15. Aboitiz to invest in cement business after deal with CRH

    CRH to buy the Philippine assets of Lafarge, reports Reuters. The announcement came about two months after cement companies Holcim and Lafarge said CRH would buy some of their assets for EUR 6.5 billion (about $7.12 billion). Aboitiz previously said it...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  16. Aggregate Industries ÔÇô UKÔÇÖs newest cement producer

    of the two plants, a quarry at Cauldon Low and a cement terminal at Belfast Docks, as a condition of its global merger with Holcim. The transfer was finalized and sees 250 staff switch to Aggregate Industries, itself part of new LarfargeHolcim group....

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  17. Bamburi Cement leveraging strength of being part of LafargeHolcim

    the majority shareholder in the listed Kenyan cement maker Bamburi Cement, officially completed its merger process with Holcim, reports All Africa. Bamburi Cement chief executive officer Bruno Pescheux, said "We are delighted that the merger between...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  18. Lafarge Africa to continue to play a key role in the economic development of Nigeria

    Lafarge Africa announced Lafarge, Holcim merger completion (CW Group) Lafarge Africa announced completion of the Holcim and Lafarge merger, as LafargeHolcim launched its new group worth $40 billion and announced key elements of its ambitions for the...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  19. Holcim Indonesia announces merger completion of Holcim and Lafarge

    Companies concluded public exchange offer (CW Group) The management of Holcim Indonesia announced the completion of the global merger of its parent company Holcim with Lafarge, reports Tempo Bisnis. According to Andika Lukmana, Vice-Secretary of Holcim...

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    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions
  20. Lafarge China launches tender offer

    Tender offer triggered by Lafarge and Holcim merger (CW Group) Lafarge China plans to launch a tender offer for its shares from other shareholders except Lafarge Shui On (Sichuan) Investment, reports 4-Traders. The tender offer is triggered by a merger...

    • Type: Article
    • Category: Mergers & Acquisitions

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