Acting decisively during the crisis

During the global economic crisis, HeidelbergCement demonstrated operational strength and uncompromising cost and cash management. Thanks to a carefully balanced package of measures, the Group‘s capital and financing structure was placed on a completely new and solid basis. HeidelbergCement expects the global economy to recover slowly, with differences in development between growth markets and industrialised countries. The Group anticipates worldwide growth in cement, aggregates, and ready-mixed concrete in 2010, driven by continued positive development in Asia and Africa. More information...

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