- HeidelbergCement issues debt certificates
- HeidelbergCement focuses on continuous improvement in the aggregates business
- HeidelbergCement and Joule announce partnership
15 January 2016
HeidelbergCement has successfully issued debt certificates in the amount of €625 million, thereby further strengthening its financing structure. Due to high demand, it was possible to significantly increase the issue volume from initially €400 million to €625 million. The newly issued debt certificates, with a maturity date of 20 January 2022, consist of two tranches: one tranche with a floating rate and the other with a fixed rate.
11 January 2016
HeidelbergCement has started its Aggregates-CI programme (Continuous Improvement) in order to continuously optimise the operational and commercial working processes in the area of aggregates (sand, gravel and crushed rock). The new programme follows the margin improvement programme CLIMB Commercial that successfully concluded at the end of 2015. Aggregates-CI will be implemented at all of the more than 500 production sites worldwide.
11 December 2015
HeidelbergCement and Joule, the pioneer of liquid fuels from recycled CO2, cooperate to explore the application of Joule’s technology to mitigate carbon emissions in cement manufacturing. The partnership with Joule represents another example of HeidelbergCement's sustained dedication to leveraging innovative technologies and programs for climate protection.