HEIDELBERGCEMENT AG

HeidelbergCement strengthens cement footprint in North America

HeidelbergCement has announced that its North American subsidiary, Lehigh Hanson, Inc., has entered into an agreement with Giant Cement, a subsidiary of Elementia S.A.B. de C.V., to acquire its Keystone cement plant in Bath, Pennsylvania/USA. The Keystone plant has been operating since 1928 and supplies the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York markets with bulk and bagged Portland cements. The plant operates with a kiln line which was modernised in 2009 and has a capacity of 1.1 million t of cement per year. The agreed purchase price for the plant is US$ 151 million cash free and debt free which is the equivalent of about US$ 137 per ton of cement capacity.

The transaction is subject to antitrust regulatory approval and is expected to close in the coming months.

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