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Tag: M&A

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Cemex acquires Canadian operations

January 26, 2023By

Cemex added the construction and chemical aggregates quarry and port operations of Atlantic Materials Limited in Newfoundland.

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Purvis Industries acquires ErieTec

January 3, 2023By

The Dallas-based bearing and power transmission distributor acquired the Erie, Pennsylvania-based industrial distributor.

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Rogers Group acquires three Texas operations

December 15, 2022By

Rogers Group added three sand and gravel operations in Dallas, Lubbock and Ennis, Texas, from two different companies in the state.

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Syntron acquires conveyor alignment company

December 13, 2022By

Syntron Material Handling acquired Conveyors Plus, a Canadian-based provider of belt alignment systems and the designer of Sure Align Tracker.

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How construction materials M&A is shaping for 2023

December 7, 2022By and

FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin and Rob Mineo detail how buyers are becoming more selective when hunting for the right merger and acquisition (M&A).

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An effective rollout of Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act funds will have an effect on construction materials demand in 2023 and beyond. Photo: P&Q Staff

How construction materials producers are coping with uncertainty

November 30, 2022By

Industry insiders discuss the trends and dynamics taking hold of the market right now.

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Martin Marietta selling two concrete operations

March 25, 2022By

Martin Marietta is selling two of its ready-mixed concrete operations to Smyrna Ready Mix Concrete, with the sale expected to be finalized this month.

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The National Association of Home Builders expects residential construction to expand this year, despite significant headwinds. Photo: Michael Warren / IStock / Getty Images/Getty Images Plus

Market Insights: Seizing the moment

February 16, 2022By and

The 2022 outlook is very good for construction materials, but FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin and Rob Mineo say the challenge is on firms to decide how to take advantage of the uplifted landscape.

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Mergers and acquisitions back in a big way

November 23, 2021By

FMI Capital Advisors’ George Reddin and Rob Mineo reflect on the merger and acquisition flurry that took place in the construction materials industry this year and what’s ahead in 2022.

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