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Cemex to expand capacity in Texas, USA

2013-5-31  Cemex announced that it plans to expand the production capacity at its Odessa, Texas cement plant by 345,000t to nearly 900,000tpa to keep pace with rapidly growing demand in its West Texas market led mainly by the oil and gas industry.

Cemex to expand capacity at Texas cement plant|

2013-5-31  Cemex to expand capacity at Texas cement plant By CEMEX CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. ("CEMEX") (NYSE: CX), plans to expand the production capacity at its Odessa, Texas, cement plant by 345,000 metric tons to nearly 900,000 metric tons per year in order to keep pace with rapidly growing demand in its West Texas market led mainly by the oil and gas industry.

CEMEX to expand cement capacity in Texas Agg-Net

2013-6-11  Expansion of Texas cement plant to meet growing demand for well cements for oil and gas industry CEMEX have announced plans to expand production capacity at their Odessa cement plant, in Texas, by 345,000 tonnes to nearly 900,000 tonnes per year to keep pace with rapidly growing demand for speciality cements in the West Texas market, led mainly by the oil and gas industry.

Cemex to expand Odessa on back of oil boom •

2013-6-4  (Mexico/Texas) — The Mexican multinational cement producer Cemex has announced that it plans to expand the production capacity at its Odessa, Texas cement plant by 0.345Mt/yr to nearly 0.9Mt/yr. The company will expand the plant in order to keep pace with rapidly growing demand in its West Texas market, which is led mainly by the oil and gas industry.

CEMEX expands into San Antonio and South Texas

2021-2-16  CEMEX’s newly acquired operations sit roughly 25 miles from the company’s Balcones Cement Plant and Balcones Quarry in New Braunfels, Texas. CEMEX has owned and operated both facilities since 1994.

CEMEX Announces Expansion of New Braunfels, Texas

2006-2-16  The strong demand for cement, coupled with a current shortfall in regional supplies of cement, support CEMEX's need for expansion of its Texas facility. The

Cemex USA expands Texas footprint with San Antonio

2021-2-19  The newly acquired operations are about 25 miles from the company’s Balcones Cement Plant and Balcones Quarry in New Braunfels. With the acquisition, Cemex products will

Press Releases 2013 CEMEX

2013-10-23  CEMEX to expand capacity of Texas cement plant; April 26, 2013 CEMEX reports first-quarter 2013 results; April 25, 2013 CEMEX Latam Holdings reports first-quarter 2013 results; April 24, 2013 CEMEX announces subscription issue price of new CPOs; April 23, 2013 CEMEX files annual report on Form 20-F for fiscal year 2012; April 16, 2013

Cemex announces US$530m Puebla plant expansion

2020-1-27  Mexico: Cemex has announced that it will expand its 7.2Mt/yr integrated Tepeaca plant in the state of Pueblo in 2020 into ‘the largest Cemex plant in the world and one of the largest in the entire American continent.’ It did not enclose the capacity of the upgrade, which will cost a total of US$530m. Visiting the plant on 24 January 2020, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador

Analysis of CEMEX’s Strategies as Determinants for

2016-11-29  communication system, to have connected all company facilities. In 1989, CEMEX became one of the ten largest cement companies in the world, having acquired Cementos Tolteca, which operated in central and Pacific coast region and controlled 25.8% of the market being the second largest producer in Mexico. By 1992, CEMEX sought ways to expand its market and its strategy to achieve

Cemex to expand Odessa on back of oil boom •

2013-6-4  Cemex to expand Odessa on back of oil boom. (Mexico/Texas) — The Mexican multinational cement producer Cemex has announced that it plans to expand the production capacity at its Odessa, Texas cement plant by 0.345Mt/yr to nearly 0.9Mt/yr. The company will expand the plant in order to keep pace with rapidly growing demand in its West Texas

CEMEX expands into San Antonio and South Texas

2021-2-16  CEMEX’s last major expansion of its Texas footprint was in 2018 with the acquisition of its Chico Quarry which supplies the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. With this new expansion, CEMEX products will be available to customers in San Antonio, Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth, the state’s three largest metropolitan areas along with the Rio Grande

CEMEX Announces Expansion of New Braunfels, Texas

2006-2-16  Feb. 16, 2006--CEMEX, S.A. de C.V. (NYSE: CX) announced today that it intends to begin the construction of a second kiln at its CEMEX Announces Expansion of New Braunfels, Texas Cement Plant

Cemex USA expands Texas footprint with San Antonio

2021-2-19  Cemex USA has acquired the assets of Beck Readymix Concrete Co. in a deal that expands the company's Texas network into San Antonio. The purchase includes three

CEMEX to expand cement capacity in Mexico Agg-Net

2014-12-9  CEMEX to expand cement capacity in Mexico Tuesday, December 9, 2014 13:38 CEMEX have announced that they are to restart plans to increase production capacity at their Tepeaca cement plant, in Mexico, by 4.4 million tonnes to 7.6 million tonnes per year to meet the anticipated growing demand for cement products in the regional markets.

CEMEX Dominicana to Expand Operations Cement

2021-6-3  CEMEX Dominicana to Expand Operations. CEMEX Dominicana expects to recommission one of its production lines at its plant in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic, which could imply a 33% increase in its production capacity in the country. The increase would boost the cement industry’s self-sufficiency, noted the company, and would

Beck Readymix asset deal ushers Cemex back to

2021-3-18  A seller on North American and overseas cement, aggregate and concrete business deals since its 2007 Rinker Group takeover, Cemex S.A.B. de C.V. has turned the page, closing on the assets of Texas’ Beck Readymix Concrete Co. Ltd. Announced in mid-February, the deal includes one portable and three fixed plants to service the San Antonio metropolitan area and surrounding markets.

Analysis of CEMEX’s Strategies as Determinants for

2016-11-29  communication system, to have connected all company facilities. In 1989, CEMEX became one of the ten largest cement companies in the world, having acquired Cementos Tolteca, which operated in central and Pacific coast region and controlled 25.8% of the market being the second largest producer in Mexico. By 1992, CEMEX sought ways to expand its

Buzzi Unicem to expand Texas cement plant Cement

2013-12-16  Written by Global Cement staff 16 December 2013. Print. US: Buzzi Unicem USA has announced that it plans to modernise and expand its Maryneal cement plant in Texas. The updated plant will have a 1.2Mt/yr cement capacity, up from 0.55Mt/yr. State-of-the-art pollution control equipment will be installed that will significantly reduce NOx emissions.

Joel Galassini EVP Commerical Cement CEMEX

Operations include one cement plant with an annual capacity of 750k tons of Portland Cement and six quarries with a current annual production capacity of 8M tons of

Cemex USA expands Texas footprint with San Antonio

2021-2-19  Cemex USA expands Texas footprint with San Antonio acquisition. 1 of 2 Concrete fills the foundation at Texas Tower on Sunday, March 10, 2019, in downtown Houston. Concrete trucks were unloaded

Cemex acquires concrete business in San Antonio with

2021-2-16  Mexican cement producer Cemex said on Tuesday it had acquired a concrete business in San Antonio, Texas, as it looks to expand in the United States.

Beck Readymix asset deal ushers Cemex back to

2021-3-18  A seller on North American and overseas cement, aggregate and concrete business deals since its 2007 Rinker Group takeover, Cemex S.A.B. de C.V. has turned the page, closing on the assets of Texas’ Beck Readymix Concrete Co. Ltd. Announced in mid-February, the deal includes one portable and three fixed plants to service the San Antonio metropolitan area and surrounding markets.

CEMEX Lyons Plant Settlement Enforcement US EPA

2020-9-11  CEMEX is the largest producer of cement and ready-mix concrete in the U.S., capable of producing more than 15 million tons of cement per year. CEMEX’s U.S. headquarters is in Houston, Texas. The CEMEX Lyons facility is located in Lyons, Colorado. The facility operates a precalciner kiln with a capacity of 550,000 tons per year.

GCC Advises GCC on Acquisition of Cemex Assets

Greystone Advises GCC on the Acquisition of the Odessa Cement Complex. SAN DIEGO (November 28, 2016) The Greystone Group, a leading M&A advisory firm to the cement and construction materials industry, announced today that it served as financial advisor to Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua, S.A.B. de C.V. (“GCC”) in the US$306 million acquisition of certain cement

GCC Acquires CEMEX Operations in U.S. and Mexico|

2016-11-21  GCC (Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua) a manufacturer and distributor of cement, ready-mixed concrete and innovative solutions for the construction industries in Mexico and the U.S., has acquired several CEMEX operations. This acquisition includes one cement plant located in Odessa, Texas, two cement terminals located in El Paso and Amarillo, Texas, and one construction materials

Cemex sells Lyons cement plant, other assets to cover

2016-5-3  Cemex sells Lyons cement plant, other assets to cover debt. The Cemex plant near Lyons has been sold in a transaction expected to close by the end of the year. San Pedro, Mexico-based Cemex SAB

CEMEX (CX): Run May Not Be Over, But Project

2021-3-8  Cemex reported 15% year-over-year cement volume growth in the U.S. business in the fourth quarter, and the highest quarterly EBITDA (up 25% to $186M; 18.4% margin) since 2007. Cement demand has

CEMEX Holdings Philippines, Inc. LinkedIn

As of 2016, APO Cement’s cement production plant, located in Naga City, Cebu, has three grinding lines with an installed annual capacity of 3.8 million tonnes of cement. APO Cement's plant

Joel Galassini EVP Commerical Cement CEMEX

Operations include one cement plant with an annual capacity of 750k tons of Portland Cement and six quarries with a current annual production capacity of 8M tons of