Dyckerhoff’s revenues rise 11 per cent

Dyckerhoff’s revenues rise 11 per cent
Published: 02 February 2006

German cement maker Dyckerhoff achieved an 11 per cent rise in revenues in 2005 to Euro 1.33bn, helped by eastern European and Russian sales, parent company Buzzi Unicem said on Wednesday. The preliminary results statement showed that eastern European markets and Russia performed most strongly with a 32 per cent rise in turnover to Euro 391m, while German and western European revenues fell two per cent to Euro 625m.

Buzzi Unicem said recovering cement prices in Germany had not succeeded in offsetting low sales volumes in a weak cement and concrete market. US revenues rose 18 per cent to Euro 312m