HeidelbergCement AG said first-quarter net profit rose to EUR119m from EUR37m in the same period last year as business improved significantly in Europe and Central Asia, thanks to the mild winter.
Holcim has raised its stake in India’s top cement manufacturer ACC Ltd by three per cent to nearly 42 per cent by buying shares from the open market for over Rs 6.40bn (US$157.4m).
CRH plc announced that at the end of the public tender offer acceptance period for Gétaz Romang Holding, which expired on 3 May 2007, 99.24% of the publicly outstanding share
Binani Cement has entered the capital market with a public issue of 2.05 crore equity shares of Rs. 10 each. The issue is through an offer for sale by JP Morgan Special Situations (Mauritius) Limited.
Kuwait Cement posted a first-quarter profit of 15.6 million dinars ($53.96m), up more than threefold from the same period a year earlier.
The separately quoted Buzzi Unicem subsidiary Dyckerhoff had a very good start to the year, with volumes well ahead in all countries with the exception of the USA
With only North America and Thailand showing lower domestic cement deliveries, Italcementi’s first quarter cement and clinker shipments increased by 7.6% to 15.3Mt.
Titan’s first quarter turnover improved by 2.1% to EUR342.1m and the EBITDA rose by 10.7% to EUR88.9m.
The US Department of Justice filed an amended complaint today in the District Court in Washington, DC, naming concrete maker Australian Rinker Group Limited as a defendant in the Department’s an
A sharp fall was recorded in the net profit of three publicly listed cement companies on the average in the first quarter of this year over the same period last year. The decline in performance was at
Austrian refractory speciailist RHI posted a 33 per cent rise in first-quarter operating earnings as it sold more products to the booming global steel industry.
The world’s biggest cement makers, on Thursday reported a 94 per cent increase in its first quarter net profit to 530 million Swiss francs (Euro 331m)), fuelled by the booming construction indus
Tasek Corp Bhd said it has disposed of its 17.4 per cent stake in Singapore-listed Jurong Cement for S$16.19m or S$2.10 per share. Tasek said the disposal is expected to result in a gain of S$12.2m.
In its financial year to the end of March, Eagle Materials increased its consolidated turnover by 7.3 per cent to US$922.4m and the trading profit before corporate overheads rose by 25.1 per cent to U
St. Lawrence Cement Group Inc. (the "Company") reported sales of $151.8 million for the first quarter ended March 31, 2007,
PT Semen Gresik is likely to issue US$200 million - US$300 million bonds to finance the company’s capital expenditure on the development of new cement facility.