IRELAND - Promotions at Lafarge Cement Cookstown plant

IRELAND - Promotions at Lafarge Cement Cookstown plant
Lafarge Cement has appointed John Mulgrew as the new Plant Manager of its renowned Cookstown cement plant in Ireland.

RUSSIA - SLK Cement supplies cement for coronavirus hospital

  • 21 April 2020
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RUSSIA - SLK Cement supplies cement for coronavirus hospital

Buzzi Unicem subsidiary SKL Cement has supplied 400t of cement to the site of an upcoming coronavirus hospital in Omsk, Omsk Oblast. SLK Cement CEO Andrei Immoreev said, “In a difficult time for the whole world, our company continues to work to provide cement for construction sites of regional and federal facilities,” according to AMF News.

USA - Lehigh to enact temporary layoffs at Glens Falls

  • 17 April 2020
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USA - Lehigh to enact temporary layoffs at Glens Falls

Lehigh Cement has laid off 54 of its 90 employees at its Glen Falls plant, New York state, USA, in the wake of a construction slowdown attributed to the spread of COVID-19.

MEXICO - Cemex resumes operations in Mexico

MEXICO - Cemex resumes operations in Mexico

Cemex has announced that will resume operations in Mexico, just hours after announcing that it would halt all operations in the country. The turnaround was due to new government guidelines regarding essential business operations during the coronavirus outbreak."In accordance with the technical guidelines published today in the official Mexican gazette, the company will resume operations in Mexico to support the development and the economy of the country during the COVID-19 contingency," said Cemex in a statement on 6 April 2020. Earlier the same day it had announced that it would halt all Mexican operations until at least 30 April 2020.

QATAR - Qatar National Cement to halt two factories due to coronavirus, lower demand

QATAR - Qatar National Cement to halt two factories due to coronavirus, lower demand

Qatar National Cement Co said on Monday it will shut down two cement plants from Wednesday to help combat the spread of the coronavirus and due to decreased demand in the local market.

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