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CEMEX invests in Gloucestershire

Cement producer CEMEX UK has invested in a new readymix concrete batching plant at Moreton Valence in Gloucestershire.

CEMEX invests in Gloucestershire

The new Imer Oru Oneday batching plant, which cost £700,000 replaces the existing plant in Glouceste. It is a fully wet batch plant and allows collection using a flat bed vehicle. The design of the plant opens up the market for call and collect customers, as well as delivery to site by a CEMEX Independent Haulier Contractor.

The Gloucester plant has been closed after 60 years and production of 1.4 million cu metres, enough concrete to fill 560 Olympic sized swimming pools. The concrete produced has been used in local construction projects such as Berkeley power station, Sharpness Docks, Gloucester Quay’s Shopping Centre and Hartpury Sports College.

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