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Strong CRH balance sheet provides "plenty of options" for 2021 - CFO
CRH expects FY EBITDA above $4.4 billion, ahead of 2019
CRH PLC says retirement Of group finance director
CRH PLC operates a building materials business. The Company operates building materials business in North America and heavy side materials business in Europe. It operates through six segments: Europe Heavyside, Europe Lightside, Europe Distribution, Americas Materials, Americas Products and Asia. Its products are used in construction projects ranging from foundations, to frame and roofing, to fitting out the interior space and improving the exterior aesthetic, to on-site works and infrastructural projects, including roads and bridges. Its products include cement, lime, aggregates, ready mixed and precast concrete, asphalt products, architectural products, shutters and awnings, perimeter protection, network access products, general merchants and sanitary, heating and plumbing products. Its distribution businesses supply building materials to professional builders, specialist heating and plumbing contractors, and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) customers.
Construction - Raw Materials
Belgard Castle Clondalkin
Richard P. Boucher
Chairman of the Board
Albert Jude Manifold
Chief Executive, Executive Director
Finance Director, Executive Director
Richard H. Fearon
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Irish building materials group CRH <CRH.I> is likely to hold back on major acquisition activity for the rest of 2018 as it digests last year's deals, CEO Albert Manifold said on Thursday.
Irish building materials group CRH is likely to hold back on major acquisition activity for the rest of 2018 as it digests last year's deals, CEO Albert Manifold said on Thursday.
Irish building materials group CRH launched its first share buyback programme in a decade on Wednesday and also announced a new target to raise 1.5-2.0 billion euros ($1.8-$2.4 billion) from selling assets.
Irish building materials group CRH <CRH.I> reported a 6 percent increase in earnings last year, generating 2.2 billion euros of cash in the process that it said on Thursday would help fund further acquisitions later in 2018.
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