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Tag: Polaris Materials

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U.S. Concrete acquisition to benefit its aggregate business

November 13, 2020By

The company added assets to its concrete and retail operations serving the California Bay Area building materials sector.

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Lesley: Series of opportunities 
on the horizon

August 10, 2020By

Daren Lesley, vice president of aggregates at U.S. Concrete, shares why his company is optimistic about the road ahead.

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U.S. Concrete shares third-quarter 2019 details

November 18, 2019By

Although quarterly aggregate product revenue declined $600,000, ready-mixed concrete revenue was up in July, August and September.

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U.S. Concrete’s Pruitt named president

April 15, 2019By

Ronnie Pruitt, who previously served U.S. Concrete as COO, will continue to report to chairman and CEO Bill Sandbrook.

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Aggregate become greater driver of U.S. Concrete’s business

February 28, 2019By

Bill Sandbrook, chairman, president and CEO of U.S. Concrete, noted as much as the company released its full-year 2018 results.

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U.S. Concrete and its subsidiary, Polaris Materials obtained the permits necessary to increase the volume of aggregate imports at its terminal in Long Beach, California. Polaris can now deliver up to 2 million tons of aggregate each year, effectively doubling its throughput capacity. Photo courtesy of U.S. Concrete

Quarry Faces: December 2018

December 26, 2018By

Snapshots from around the aggregate industry.

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U.S. Concrete awarded permit to import more aggregate into California

September 6, 2018By

Polaris, a U.S. Concrete subsidiary, is now able to deliver up to 2 million tons of aggregate each year.

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U.S. Concrete reaches new highs in second-quarter 2018

August 10, 2018By

Aggregate products sales volume at U.S. Concrete increased 99.8 percent in the second quarter of 2018 compared with the second quarter of 2017.

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