LATIN AMERICA: Cemex included in the Fortune 2017 Change the World list

Article source: Jonathan Rowland, Editor, World Cement

  • 20 September 2017
  • Author: Caroline
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LATIN AMERICA: Cemex included in the Fortune 2017 Change the World list

Cemex has been included in the Fortune 2017 Change the World List, which highlights 50 companies worldwide that have had a positive social impact through activities that are part of their core business strategies. It is the second time the Mexico-based building materials company has been included in the ranking.

MIDDLE-EAST: Siwertell receives repeat order for cement unloader

Article Source: Jonathan Rowland, Editor, World Cement

  • 20 September 2017
  • Author: Caroline
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MIDDLE-EAST: Siwertell receives repeat order for cement unloader

Siwertell has received a repeat order for a 10 000 S Next Generation road-mobile unloader from a company based in the Middle East. Booked in 2Q17, the order will allow the end-user to expand its white and grey cement operations, supporting its existing road-mobile unloader.

AUSTRALIA - Australian leadership: zero carbon cement possible in 10 years

Source: Cameron Jewell, The Fifth Estate

  • 17 August 2017
  • Author: Caroline
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AUSTRALIA - Australian leadership: zero carbon cement possible in 10 years

Cement creates more carbon emissions than every car in the world combined, but Beyond Zero Emissions has cooked up a plan for Australia to lead the world with a zero carbon cement industry. And one that could help reverse job losses through the closure of coal plants.

MEXICO - CEMEX Builds Sustainable BRT Lane in Mexico

Source: CEMEX

  • 17 August 2017
  • Author: Caroline
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MEXICO - CEMEX Builds Sustainable BRT Lane in Mexico
CEMEX supplied 10,400 cubic meters of special concrete to pave the first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) lane for one of the main avenues in Queretaro, central Mexico.

PAKISTAN - Maple Leaf plans to raise Rs4.3bln through rights issue

  • 16 August 2017
  • Author: Jon Shelbourne
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PAKISTAN - Maple Leaf plans to raise Rs4.3bln through rights issue

Maple Leaf Cement (MLCF) plans raising around Rs4.3 billion through a right issue to partially finance its additional dry process clinker production line being setup at a cost of Rs23 billion, a bourse filing said on Tuesday.

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