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Cemex open concrete plants

Cemex have opened two new concrete plants, investing £3.4m

The new plants, at Stepney, east London, and Oldbury, Birmingham, replace existing plants which are over 40 years old.

The Stepney plant can produce 180cu m of concrete per hour and both plants will reuse water from the concrete process and feature a reclaim system that reuses any waste cement, gravel and sand.

Chris Leese, vice-president for readymix and mortars at Cemex, said: “These new production facilities replace plants that have been in operation for over 40 years.

Although the building and housing market is going through a tough time, construction activity continues and our customers are demanding high-quality products delivered on time.”

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Fiona Russell-Horne
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