GCC’s Odessa Plant Turns to Solar, Wind Power

Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua (GCC) signed a long-term agreement with a leading U.S.-based energy provider to supply solar and wind power to its Odessa, Texas, cement plant. Covering 100% of the electricity consumed at the operation, the renewable energy will result in a 45,000-metric-ton reduction in CO2, annually.

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Cemex Latam Denies Corruption Accusation

Cemex Latam Holdings (CLH), a subsidiary of Cemex, denies corruption allegations, after Colombian news magazine Semana alleged documents show the company sought to expand its business by financing political campaigns and paying bribes, reported Reuters.

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CCJ Ruling Cements Rock Hard’s Classification

Last month, the Caribbean Court of Justice (CCJ) ruled in favor of Barbados-based Rock Hard Cement Ltd. in a longstanding tariff war with Trinidad Cement Ltd. (TCL) and its Barbados subsidiary Arawak Cement Co. Ltd.

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