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Lafarge to Exit North American Market?

Dec, 02 2013


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A source, that will remain anonymous, has told www.aggregateresearch.com that Lafarge are selling their Maryland assets.

Potential buyers have been identified as Holcim and Bluegrass. This follows Lafarge divesting assets in the southeast of the US recently to Argos, and also aggregate operations to Martin Marietta.

Lafarge North America includes approximately 900 locations in one of the world's largest and most diverse markets.

Today, Lafarge North America is part of one of the largest and most diverse markets in the world. Lafarge North America began by offering customers high-quality portland cement with excellent customer service. Since that time, Lafarge North America has expanded its role in cement as well as developed operations in gypsum, aggregates, concrete, and asphalt. Now, Lafarge North America's goals include maintaining that same level of customer service by offering innovative products to meet clients' business and architectural needs. Ductal®, Agilia®, Rapid Deco® Level 5, and Artevia® are just a few of the innovative products offered throughout North America.

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