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Thu, Aug 2 2018

BRIEF-Lafargeholcim acquires Denver-based ready-mix concrete company Metro Mix

* HAS ACQUIRED METRO MIX, LLC, A LEADING PROVIDER OF READY-MIX CONCRETE IN THE DENVER METROPOLITAN AREA IN COLORADO

HeidelbergCement eyes parts of LafargeHolcim' Indonesia business

ZURICH HeidelbergCement could buy parts of LafargeHolcim's business in Indonesia that is up for sale, HeidelbergCement Chief Executive Bernd Scheifele said on Tuesday.

HeidelbergCement eyes parts of LafargeHolcim' Indonesia business

ZURICH, July 31 HeidelbergCement could buy parts of LafargeHolcim's business in Indonesia that is up for sale, HeidelbergCement Chief Executive Bernd Scheifele said on Tuesday.

BRIEF-LafargeHolcim CEO expects 2 or 3 bolt-On acquisitions in second half of year

* LAFARGEHOLCIM CEO SAYS YOU WILL SEE 2 OR 3 BOLT-ON ACQUISITIONS IN SECOND HALF OF YEAR

LafargeHolcim restructuring, Africa troubles dent first half profit

ZURICH LafargeHolcim first half profit fell 43 percent, the company said on Friday, as the world's largest cement took 300 million Swiss francs (£230.42 million) in restructuring costs from its overhaul under Chief Executive Jan Jenisch.

UPDATE 1-LafargeHolcim restructuring, Africa troubles dent H1 profit

* Revamp charges, African losses weigh (Adds CEO comments, detail)

BRIEF-LafargeHolcim CEO says disposal programme is on track

* LAFARGEHOLCIM CEO SAYS WE ARE ON TRACK IN DISPOSAL PROGRAMME, WE WILL ANNOUNCE SOMETHING LATER THIS YEAR

LafargeHolcim H1 profit drops 43 pct as restructuring charges bite

ZURICH, July 27 LafargeHolcim reported a 43 percent drop in profit during the first half of 2018, as the world's largest cement took 300 million Swiss francs ($301.81 million) in restructuring costs from its overhaul under Chief Executive Jan Jenisch.

Lafarge Holcim's Kenyan unit completes grinding capacity expansion

NAIROBI, July 6 Kenya's Bamburi Cement , which is controlled by Lafarge Holcim, has completed expansion work at one of its plants to raise its overall grinding capacity to 3.2 million tonnes a year.

LafargeHolcim wins $660 million highway contract in UK

ZURICH, July 5 LafargeHolcim said on Thursday it had secured a 500 million pound ($661 million) contract with Highways England over the next four years, its second major highway contract in the United Kingdom this year.

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