Lafarge cement

Lafarge cement

[lə′färzh si‚ment]
(materials)
A cement made of plaster of paris, lime, and marble powder; used in mortar for marble and limestone pieces because it is nonstaining.
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on and Vattenfall in Sweden and Lafarge Cement which use the products they supply as inexpensive fuel.
These sources of fuel have been successfully used at other Lafarge cement plants in Canada and around the world.
It also visited Lafarge Cement Factory to identify safety and professional standards within the Egyptian institutions.
Aggregate Industries has introduced Postmix to its Lafarge Cement range of packed product; a quality-assured premixed ready-to-use formulation for fixing all types of fence posts.
Actions included payments by representatives of a pre-merger business, Lafarge Cement Syria, to militant group-connected intermediaries.
A report said Bestway previously acquired Lafarge Cement Industry.
fr/france/20161115-french-company-lafarge-sued-over-alleged-ties-terror-group) lawsuit charged the firm's subsidiary, Lafarge Cement Syria, with entering into "business relations" with ISIS in order to allow the plant to keep running when the jihadists took over the northeastern town of Jalabiya in 2012.
This sale is subject approval of the shareholders meeting of Shuangma on the cancellation of the non-compete undertakings made by Lafarge Cement China Limited and/or its affiliates to Shuangma (the shareholder approval) and the completion of a mandatory general offer for the shares of the minorities of Shuangma due to the change of controlling shareholder.
For his exploit, the 27-year-old expressed his gratitude to his supporters and sponsors, including thePhilippine Sports Commission, the Philippine Amateur Track and Field Association and private backers Lafarge Cement, Hertz, Rapide Auto, Rustans, Philippine Stock Exchange and businessman Jim Lafferty.
In June 2014, a criminal order was issued against Lafarge Cement, fining them EGP 10,000 for a violation that warranted a fine of at least EGP 20,000 by law.
This paper explores the plight of contract workers in Tata Steel Ltd and Lafarge Cement (earlier a Tata Steel unit) Jamshedpur and examines the status of trade unionism among them.
AEV and CRH earlier announced plans to acquire the majority of the shares of LRI and the shares in Luzon Continental Land Corporation and Lafarge Cement Services Philippines, Inc.