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  • Eagle Materials To Acquire Two Cement Plants Industrial

    Home; Eagle Materials To Acquire Two Cement Plants. The company will purchase Lafarge’s Sugar Creek, Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma cement plants, as well as six distribution terminals, two aggregates quarries, eight ready-mix concrete plants and a fly ash business.

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to

    DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP) announced today that the company has entered into a definitive agreement with Lafarge North America to purchase Lafarge's Sugar Creek, Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma cement plants, as well as related assets, which include six distribution terminals, two aggregates quarries, eight ready-mix concrete plants and a fly ash business.

  • Eagle Materials Cement

    In November 2012, Eagle acquired two cement plants, one near Kansas City, Missouri and one in Tulsa, Oklahoma. These acquisitions increased company's cement capacity by roughly 60 percent. These represent key strategic moves for the company: the new plants are highly complementary geographically with Eagle's other assets, and together create a

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    Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP) announced today that the company has entered into a definitive agreement with Lafarge North America to purchase Lafarge's Sugar Creek, Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma cement plants, as well as related assets, which include six distribution terminals, two

  • Eagle Materials to acquire Kosmos Cement plant in Kentucky

    Eagle Materials is to purchase a Kosmos Cement plant in Kentucky which it says can produce nearly 1.7 million tonnes of cement annually.. Eagle expects the $665 million deal to increase its cement capacity by around 25% and be accretive to earnings and cash flow in the first full year of ownership.

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to

    2016-09-12· Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to Acquire Cemex's Fairborn Cement Plant and Related Assets September 12, 2016 06:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to

    2016-09-12· Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to Acquire Cemex's Fairborn Cement Plant and Related Assets September 12, 2016 06:30 AM Eastern Daylight Time

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    Eagle Materials Inc. to Acquire Two Lafarge Cement Plants. 09.28.12 . DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP) announced today that the company has entered into a definitive agreement with Lafarge North America to purchase Lafarge's Sugar Creek, Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma cement plants, as well as related assets, which include six distribution terminals, two

  • Eagle Materials To Acquire Two Cement Plants

    Eagle Materials Cement industry news from Global Cement. Eagle Materials to acquire two Lafarge plants in US 27 September 2012 US: Eagle Materials Inc. has issued a press release announcing that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Lafarge North America to purchase Lafarge's Sugar Creek plant in Missouri and Tulsa plant in Oklahoma, which have a combined cement capacity of 1.6Mt/yr.

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces Agreement to Acquire Kosmos

    Michael Haack, Eagle Materials Inc. President and Chief Executive Officer, said the agreement represents a significant milestone in the company's growth strategy. “At Eagle we have been disciplined in the strategic growth of our integrated network of cement plants in the US heartland, and the Kosmos facilities are a natural fit. The Kosmos

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to

    2012-09-26· Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to Acquire Two Lafarge Cement Plants and Related Assets DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Eagle Materials Inc.

  • Eagle Materials Wikipedia

    Eagle Materials Inc. is a producer of building materials based in Dallas, Texas.The company produces cement, concrete, construction aggregate, gypsum, wallboard, paperboard, and sand for hydraulic fracturing.. The company operates 7 cement plants, 1 slag grinding facility, 17 cement distribution terminals, five gypsum wallboard plants, 3 frac sand wet processing facilities, 3 frac sand drying

  • Eagle Materials to buy Cemex's Fairborn plant • Aggregate

    Eagle Materials is to purchase Cemex’s Fairborn, Ohio cement plant, as well as related assets, which include a distribution terminal in Columbus, Ohio and a cement bagging operation.. The cement plant has the capacity to grind nearly one million tons of clinker annually. The purchase price is $400m, subject to customary post-closing adjustments.

  • eagle materials to acquire two cement plants

    Eagle Materials buys 2 cement plants in $446M deal "These two highquality Lafarge cement plants are a compelling fit with our objectives," Eagle Materials CEO Steven Rowley said in a statement. The company, which is based in Dallas, currently owns four cement plants. Eagle Materials expects to complete the acquisition of the Lafarge plants

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to

    DALLAS -- Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP) announced today that the company has entered into a definitive agreement with Lafarge North America to purchase Lafarge's Sugar Creek, Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma cement plants, as well as related assets, which include six distribution terminals, two aggregates quarries, eight ready-mix concrete plants and a fly ash business.

  • Eagle Materials History

    Eagle Materials purchases remaining 50% interest in the Illinois Cement Company joint venture. Eagle Materials’ board of directors approve a $65 million expansion and modernization project for Illinois Cement Company plant in LaSalle, IL. American Gypsum announces plans to build a new high-speed, environmentally friendly gypsum wallboard

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces a Definitive Agreement to

    DALLAS -- Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP) announced today that the company has entered into a definitive agreement with Lafarge North America to purchase Lafarge's Sugar Creek, Missouri and Tulsa, Oklahoma cement plants, as well as related assets, which include six distribution terminals, two aggregates quarries, eight ready-mix concrete plants and a fly ash business.

  • Eagle Materials to buy Cemex's Fairborn plant • Aggregate

    Eagle Materials is to purchase Cemex’s Fairborn, Ohio cement plant, as well as related assets, which include a distribution terminal in Columbus, Ohio and a cement bagging operation.. The cement plant has the capacity to grind nearly one million tons of clinker annually. The purchase price is $400m, subject to customary post-closing adjustments.

  • GCW69 Cement industry news from Global Cement

    US: Eagle Materials Inc. has issued a press release announcing that it has entered into a definitive agreement with Lafarge North America to purchase Lafarge's Sugar Creek plant in Missouri and Tulsa plant in Oklahoma, which have a combined cement capacity of 1.6Mt/yr. The deal also includes six distribution terminals, two aggregates quarries, eight ready-mix concrete plants and a fly ash

  • eagle materials to acquire two cement plants

    Eagle Materials buys 2 cement plants in $446M deal "These two highquality Lafarge cement plants are a compelling fit with our objectives," Eagle Materials CEO Steven Rowley said in a statement. The company, which is based in Dallas, currently owns four cement plants. Eagle Materials expects to complete the acquisition of the Lafarge plants

  • Eagle Materials Wikipedia

    The company was founded in 1963 as a division of Centex Construction Company. Between April 1994 and January 30, 2004, the company was known as Centex Construction Products, Inc. On January 30, 2004, Centex distributed its shares in the company to its shareholders and the company was renamed Eagle Materials Inc. In May 2005, the company announced a $65 million expansion of its plant in

  • BRIEF-Eagle Materials announces deal to acquire Cemex's

    2016-09-12· Sept 12 (Reuters) Eagle Materials Inc : * Eagle Materials Inc. announces a definitive agreement to acquire Cemex’s Fairborn cement plant and related assets

  • Eagle Materials Inc. Announces Agreement to Acquire Kosmos

    2019-11-26· Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP) announced today that the Company has entered into a definitive agreement with Kosmos Cement Company (a joint venture between CEMEX S.A.B. de C.V. and Buzzi Unicem

  • Eagle Materials — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

    Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP) is a building materials company based in Dallas, Texas. The company was established in 1963. Until 2014, it owned 6 cement plants, 4 gypsum wallboard plants, 1 recycled paperboard plant, 9 concrete batching plants and 2 aggregates facilities.

  • An Acquisition Helps Eagle Materials, Inc. Cement a Record

    An Acquisition Helps Eagle Materials, Inc. Cement a Record Year The diversified materials company set several records in fiscal year 2017.

  • Eagle Materials Agrees to Buy Two Lafarge Cement Plants

    2012-09-27· Eagle Materials Inc. (NYSE: EXP), Dallas, TX, has agreed to acquire two cement plants from Lafarge North America, Reston, VA. The acquisition includes plants in Sugar Creek, MO, and Tulsa, OK, as well as related assets, which include six distribution terminals, two aggregates quarries, eight ready-mix concrete plants and a fly ash business.